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Treasury and Payments

Improve your working capital, reduce fraud and minimize the impact of unexpected disruptions with our treasury solutions—from digital portals to integrated payables and receivables—all designed to make your operations smoother and more efficient.

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Commercial Real Estate

Get the strategic support to be successful throughout market and real estate cycles with insights, hands-on service, comprehensive financial solutions and unrivaled certainty of execution.

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International Banking

Global opportunities mean global challenges. But real success means understanding the local markets you serve—which is why we bring the business solutions, insights and market perspective you need. 

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Multinational Corporations

Maximize revenue, reduce costs and seamlessly manage your US subsidiaries and global cash flow with help from international banking specialists.

Bryan Hopper

Bryan Hopper

Market Executive Midwest

Bryan Hopper is an Executive Director on J.P. Morgan’s Multinational Corporations (MNC) team in Chicago. In this role, he manages the Midwest business and is responsible for leading a team of more than 40 dedicated bankers that cover the U.S. subsidiaries of foreign-owned companies. This represents approximately 450 customers, 900 prospects and just under $100 million of revenue.

Bryan also manages the firm’s MNC business development executives nationally. This team leverages their language, cultural and unique country knowledge to provide client and prospect coverage for Japan, Germany and Greater China.

Bryan brings a wealth of international experience to the group having held similar positions at ABN AMRO, Royal Bank of Scotland and Fifth Third Bank. He has 25 years of banking experience and started his career on the debt capital markets teams at First Chicago Capital Markets. Bryan also spent several years as a consultant at Ernst & Young, where he provided strategic advice to CEOs of middle market companies.

Bryan holds a Bachelor of Arts in finance and economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MBA in finance and business strategy from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Bryan and his wife live in Palatine, Ill., and have three sons.