Corporate & Investment Bank
Technology & Operations
J.P. Morgan Technology comprises two distinct areas: Business Technology and Infrastructure Technology.
Business Technology covers the delivery and support of the end-to-end applications infrastructure that addresses current business activity and aspirational business growth.
Infrastructure Technology focuses on our core operating systems, which serve as the physical technology platform across all lines of business.
Both divisions are innovative, whether driving competitive advantage through even greater efficiency or developing new products to enhance our trading and settlements operations.
Investment Banking Operations provide support services for the trading, sales and capital markets businesses within the Investment Bank. These services are better known as middle-office and back-office functions and include trading support, client services, profit and loss and risk analysis, accounting, settlement, corporate actions, legal documentation drafting and collateral management. J.P. Morgan's Investment Banking division in Australia covers a range of markets, including equities, credit, interest rates, futures and options, debt and equity capital.