J.P. Morgan in Canada
Local expertise. Global resources. Our commitment to Canada.
We have a committed and long-standing history serving clients in Canada, and today we operate five diverse lines of business that employ more than 450 people throughout the country. Dedicated teams in Calgary, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver deliver a comprehensive and cohesive range of financial products and services. We contribute to non-profit organizations in the four cities where we operate, investing significantly in educational, economic and cultural development through local partnerships.
Our presence in Canada dates back to the 1800s when we invested in the country’s railroads, industries and municipalities. We established our first representative office in Toronto in 1965, and in 1981, Morgan Bank of Canada became the first foreign bank established in the country after changes to the Bank Act.
We contribute to non-profit organizations in the four cities where we operate, investing significantly in educational, economic and cultural development through local partnerships.
J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. As announced in early 2018, JPMorgan Chase will deploy $1.75 billion in philanthropic capital around the world by 2023. We also lead volunteer service activities for employees in local communities by utilizing our many resources, including those that stem from access to capital, economies of scale, global reach and expertise.
Our Local History
With a legacy dating back to 1799, we have a history of demonstrating leadership during times of both economic growth and financial instability.
J.P. Morgan grows the Natural Resources Group by investing in senior team members covering Oil & Gas in Calgary and covering Canadian Metals & Mining in Toronto.
J.P. Morgan Securities Canada Inc. becomes a participating organization of the Toronto Stock Exchange.
JPMorgan Chase merges with Bank One Corp. in a US$58 billion deal to provide investment banking, consumer banking and commercial banking services as well as to increase Treasury & Securities Services activity.
J.P. Morgan Securities Canada Inc. becomes a member of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corp. and a clearer of futures and options transactions on the Canadian exchanges.
Chase Manhattan Bank merges with Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York, forming JPMorgan Chase Bank.
J.P. Morgan is one of the first foreign banks to receive approval to establish a bank branch in Canada.
J.P. Morgan opens our office in Montreal.
Chemical Banking Corp. merges with Chase Manhattan Corp. in a US$10 billion deal, creating what was then the largest bank holding company in the U.S.
J.P. Morgan establishes asset management business in Canada.
J.P. Morgan Securities Canada Inc. is the first U.S. securities subsidiary established in Canada.
Chase Manhattan Canada Ltd. receives charter as a Canadian bank.
Morgan Bank of Canada is the first foreign bank established in Canada after changes to the Bank Act.
J.P. Morgan of Canada Ltd. acts as the lead manager and co-agent for the province of Quebec’s C$400 million, five-year credit offering – the first major syndicated financing to a Canadian borrower entirely by a subsidiary of a foreign bank.
J.P. Morgan of Canada Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary, opens an office in Toronto to extend short- and medium-term credit.
Chase Manhattan Bank Holdings, a Chase Manhattan Bank subsidiary, opens headquarters in Toronto.
Chase Manhattan Bank, other foreign banks and the Royal Bank of Canada form the Orion Banking Group, a consortium for medium-term lending and merchant banking.
J.P. Morgan establishes a representative office in Toronto.
David Rockefeller, Chase Manhattan Bank chairman, begins traveling to Canada in order to explore opportunities.
Chase National Executor and Trustee Corp. Ltd., a subsidiary of Chase National Bank, opens an office in Toronto – the first physical presence in the country.
early 20th centuries:
J.P. Morgan offices in London and the U.S. invest in Canadian railroads, industries and municipalities.
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