Central & Eastern Europe

J.P. Morgan is a leading provider of financial services in Greece and Poland. The firm's presence in Greece dates back to 1968, when a predecessor firm opened branch offices in Piraeus and Athens. The firm's presence in Poland dates back to 1995, when a predecessor firm opened a representative office in Warsaw.

In 2008, Treasury & Securities Services opened an operations centre in Bydgoszcz, Poland, to provide full back-office support for the firm's trade finance and logistics clients in EMEA. The firm is a top provider of USD clearing and related services to the Polish banking sector.

Additionally in 2008, Treasury & Securities Services became the first major agent lender to lend Greek and Polish equities. J.P. Morgan began lending Greek equities within seven business days after the Hellenic Capital Market Commission approved using the over-the-counter facility for securities borrowing and lending. The first trade in Polish equities followed shortly thereafter.

Lines of Business:

  • Asset Management
  • Private Banking
  • Corporate & Investment Bank
    • Corporate Banking
    • Investment Banking
    • Investor Services
    • Markets
    • Research 
    • Treasury Services

Local Presence:

  • Athens, Greece
  • Bydgoszcz and Warsaw, Poland

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