India is an important focus for J.P. Morgan’s expansion in the Asia Pacific region. The lines of business include the Investment Bank, the Global Corporate Bank, Private Equity, Asset Management, Treasury Services and Investor Services. J.P. Morgan offers clients an integrated range of services that combine specialist local knowledge with leadership positions across these lines of business.
Additionally, J.P. Morgan has a large Global Service Center in India that is rapidly expanding in scope and size. The service center has delivered process innovations that benefit our lines of business and support operations across the world.
The firm's roots in India date back to 1922, when J.P. Morgan & Co. in New York and Morgan Grenfell, its affiliated partnership in London, took an ownership interest in the Calcutta merchant banking firm of Andrew Yule & Co. Ltd. J.P. Morgan had ambitions to start a banking business in India as early as 1902, and Morgan Grenfell had begun extending credit to Yule & Co. in 1911.
J.P. Morgan continues to take a long-term approach to client solutions. Learn more about J.P. Morgan in India.