J.P. Morgan's principal lines of business in India are the Investment Bank, Commercial Banking, Treasury Services, Markets, and Investor Services.
J.P. Morgan provides investment banking services to governments, corporations, institutions and individuals. It is one of the few fully-integrated investment banks in India.
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J.P. Morgan in India offers comprehensive trade finance solutions for corporate clients, including traditional trade products (import trade services, export trade services, guarantees / standby Letters of Credit and trade finance loans); supply chain financing products; structured trade finance and trade risk portfolio management solutions.
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J.P. Morgan offers a full breadth of Markets solutions to clients in India.
J.P. Morgan was the first foreign bank to get a Primary Dealer license in India and is a category I Authorized Dealer with the Reserve Bank of India.
JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A., Mumbai Branch is registered as a Trading Member in the Currency Derivatives Segment of the National Stock Exchange of India Limited with registration number INE 231311239.
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Our business in India focuses on our direct custody and clearing service, leveraging our extensive local market expertise, best-in-class operational and risk management practices and access to all local market infrastructures, including exchanges, clearing houses and depositaries. J.P. Morgan also offers Overseas Depositary Bank (ODB) services internationally and Domestic Custodian Bank services for Depositary Receipt (DR) issuances in India.
For more information about J.P. Morgan Depositary Receipt services, visit www.adr.com.
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Prevent unauthorized transactions in your demat account: Update your mobile number with your depository participant. Receive alerts on your registered mobile for all debit and other important transactions in your demat account directly from the depository on the same day.
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Know Your Customer (KYC) is a one-time exercise while dealing in securities markets. Once KYC is done through an SEBI registered intermediary (Broker, Depository Participant (DP), Mutual Fund etc.), you need not undergo the same process again when you approach another intermediary.
No need to issue cheques by investors while subscribing to IPO. Just write the bank account number and sign in the application form to authorise your bank to make payment in case of allotment. No worries for refund as the money remains in investor's account.
Email ID for lodgment of complaints pertaining to Depository Participant operations is email@example.com.
Commercial Bank International in India (CB-India) manages the firm’s relationships with the India-based subsidiaries, branches, liaison or project offices of its U.S. clients. It is a dedicated team providing local expertise, consultative advice and comprehensive banking solutions to clients as they expand their footprint in India. This group supplements U.S. marketing efforts with domestic capabilities to support customers and meet their financial needs across different stages of their growth in India through a range of innovative banking products and solutions.
As our clients increasingly expand their business beyond the U.S., there is a need to help them understand the regulations, landscape and complexities unique to growth markets like India, with a view to simplify their banking. Commerical Bank (CB)-India provides a host of innovative solutions that meet clients’ business objectives and help overcome challenges in financing, risk management, cash management, trade and investments. Our clients benefit from the advice of experienced bankers combined with the significant range and depth of products.
CB-India is an integral part of J.P. Morgan’s expanding international business and the bank continues to make significant efforts in the U.S. and in India to reach out to a larger client base. It combines an on-ground local presence and leverages existing U.S. relationships to deliver comprehensive solutions to its clients in India. CB-India is supported by experts and infrastructure in credit, middle office, products, client servicing, legal, operations, and regulations to serve clients effectively.
The Service Group operates as a fully-integrated team within the respective lines of business.
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