Nov 20, 2017
The firm’s $150 million commitment to Detroit’s economic recovery and its own commitment to advancing sustainable solutions for its operations and clients have intersected in a new investment. The firm announced a $900,000 investment into sustainable infrastructure projects, including greener building practices and rehabilitating polluted retail space.
“Sustainable infrastructure is critical to the efficient and continuous operation of small businesses and to revitalizing commercial activity throughout Detroit,” said Matt Arnold, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, JPMorgan Chase. “We firmly believe that sustainability lies at the heart of long-term economic growth and we are excited about bringing our expertise in advancing environmentally sustainable solutions to Detroit.”
Learn more about the firm’s commitment to Detroit.