For more than 200 years, J.P. Morgan has shown leadership in addressing some of the most significant challenges facing business and society. In addition to creating value for our clients and shareholders, we have embraced the opportunity to effect positive change in the communities we serve. The firm is building on this heritage by taking a leading role in addressing one of the most compelling issues of the 21st century – environmental sustainability.
At J.P. Morgan, we see sustainability as a necessary component of longevity, and believe the financial services industry can play an important role in helping governments, corporations and individuals transition to a low carbon economy. With operations in more than 60 countries and capabilities ranging from origination to risk management, J.P. Morgan is uniquely positioned to develop comprehensive solutions to our clients’ most complex environmental challenges.
In addition to offering financial solutions, the firm is committed to advancing the public discourse on the pressing need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As global policies evolve, we will continue to address the environmental challenges that are most important to our clients and our firm.
Learn more about our key focus areas below.
Transitioning to a low carbon economy
J.P. Morgan offers our clients extensive advisory, capital raising, research, sales, trading and derivative capabilities to help capitalize on opportunities in emissions trading and other environmental-related businesses. Learn more.
Investing in renewable energy
In addition to investing the firm's capital in renewable energy projects, we also help clients raise debt and equity financing for a wide range of companies in wind, solar, biofuels, smart grid development and energy efficiency. Learn more.
We offer a variety of products and services that help clients manage their environmental risks, and incorporate environmental and social appropriateness into our business dealings with clients. Learn more.
Minding our own footprint
We are continuously looking to improve our own use of resources to increase energy, water and material efficiency; reduce greenhouse gas emissions; and actively advance the public discourse.