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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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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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A Guide to Growth in Uncertain Times

In this downloadable guide you’ll get insights from JPMorgan Chase experts to help shape your approach to business planning and growth. From understanding supply chain challenges to improving your digital defenses, gain a more informed perspective on what lies ahead. Keep scrolling for a preview of the e-book and to download the full version.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for businesses. But despite the economic headwinds of the past year and a half, executives at many midsized businesses are extremely optimistic about the future of their companies and the overall economy, according to the 2021 Business Leaders Outlook Pulse survey.


Navigating an uncertain economy

While the economy gradually reopens and many industries build toward pre-pandemic capacity, businesses still face uncertainty. These challenges could exacerbate short-term turbulence in pricing, staffing and the availability of raw materials.

Lingering symptoms of the pandemic will result in short-term bottlenecks on a range of raw materials.

Despite a strong economy and robust employment reports, U.S. job numbers continue to trail pre-pandemic levels.  

Consumer spending
Americans have accumulated an estimated $2.5 trillion in excess savings1 since the pandemic began setting the stage for a wave of pent-up consumer demand.

Climate change presents many challenges, but it also offers an opportunity in advancing your business.

Protecting your business from cyber attacks 

At midyear 2021, a series of high-profile U.S. ransomware attacks thrust business cybersecurity risk back onto the international stage. But ransomware attacks and fraud aren’t limited to large companies. In the e-book, experts unpack the cyber security imperatives that business owners should keep top-of-mind. 

  • Tackle the problem as a team
  • Employees are your first line of defense
  • Fraudulent emails are a bigger risk than you think
  • Keep an eye on back-end controls


Results from the 2021 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

Resiliency – now and for the future

The COVID-19 pandemic forced almost all businesses to pivot their operations in one way or another. From finding new supply chains to automating manual processes, companies have become more agile—and better positioned to handle disruptions in the future.  In the e-book, you’ll read about lessons learned that can support future business growth if applied to future challenges.

Midsized business leaders took creative steps to overcome manufacturing and supply chain challenges

Recruiting, hiring and returning to work

The events of 2020-21 may be only the beginning of a bigger workplace story. Thanks to the widespread adoption of work-from-home models, business leaders face a much different workplace than they did in the past. Our experts offer ways to rethink how they attract, retain and support their employees in the years ahead, including:

How flexible work models can impact everything from productivity to performance evaluations

Ways to head off the effects of a hyper-competitive job market

The strengths that midsized businesses can lean into to set themselves apart

Adapting to the digital revolution

Two out of three business leaders made at least one digital pivot to grow or sustain their business during the pandemic—and the shift to digital shows no sign of slowing down. Download the e-book to learn about ways to streamline processes and meet consumer demand in a more digital-forward environment. 

  • Take a measured (but fast) approach  
  • Always keep your customers in mind
  • Continue to evolve your operations  
  • Don’t forget your supply chain

Midsized businesses are making adjustments large and small not just to stay competitive but to stay in business, particularly during the pandemic. 

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The role of a JPMorgan Chase banker continues to evolve with the needs of our clients’ businesses. From helping improve day-to-day cash flow to long-term business planning, a JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banker can provide you with informed advice and guidance for many of the challenges you face. 

1. U.S. Research Briefing, Oxford Economics, September 13, 2021

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