Australia & New Zealand Regulatory Disclosures

Australian Supplier Payment Code

J.P. Morgan Administrative Services Australia Limited (J.P. Morgan) in Australia is a signatory to the Business Council of Australia’s Australian Supplier Payment Code.

As part of this Australian Supplier Payment Code, the payment term for eligible Australian small business suppliers will be within 30 days of receipt of correct invoice or receipt of correct product, whichever is the later, or on mutually agreed terms.

To be eligible, a supplier must be able to demonstrate that:

  1.  it holds a current Australian ABN; and
  2.  it has a turnover no greater than AUD$10 million in the last financial or calendar year.

If you believe that you are eligible for this Australian Supplier Payment Code, or have any other queries on our payment practices, please contact the J.P. Morgan personnel with whom you have engaged to supply the goods and/or services to J.P. Morgan. If you have any specific concerns or complaints, please contact

To ensure prompt payment, please ensure that your submitted invoices comply with our firm’s Supplier Invoicing Guidelines, which can be found here.

New Zealand Disclosure Statements

In accordance with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989, J.P. Morgan provides a Disclosure Statement so our customers, and other interested parties, can be kept up to date with our financial performance. The Disclosure Statement is a detailed disclosure of J.P. Morgan’s financial position.

Copies of J.P. Morgan’s most recent Disclosure Statement will be provided at no charge immediately to any person requesting a copy where the request is made at the following location: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Level 13, ASB Tower, 2 Hunter Street, Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand Bank Call Reports

New Zealand Audited Financials

A copy of JPMCB’s audited financial statements is available on request by emailing

Markets Product Disclaimers

Australia & New Zeland



Global Regulatory Disclosures

Disclosure Notices

Generally Applicable Disclosures

Global Financial Crimes Compliance

By Regulation

Central Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR)


Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and U.S. Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule

European Union Benchmark Regulation (EU BMR)

European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR)

Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and Common Reporting Standards (CRS) — Tax

MiFID II – Revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) and Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR)

Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2)

Regulation Best Interest (effective 6/29/2020)

Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR)

By Business


Banking / Private Bank / J.P. Morgan Securities

Commercial Bank

Corporate Treasury

Time Deposit Terms

Money Market Transactions

By Legal Entity

J.P. Morgan Securities LLC

J.P. Morgan AG

By Region

Asia Pacific Disclosures

North America Disclosures

EMEA Disclosures


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Further regulatory and financial information relating to JPMorgan Chase & Co. can be found in Investor Relations. For additional country-specific regulatory information, please Select another country.

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