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JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) is one of the oldest financial institutions in the United States. With a history dating back over 200 years, here’s where we stand today:

  • We are a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.5 trillion.
  • We have a presence in over 100 markets.
  • We have over 250,000 employees.
  • We serve millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients.
  • We are a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management.
  • Our stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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JPMorgan Chase & Co. is one of the world’s oldest, largest and best-known financial institutions.

The firm is built on the foundation of more than 1,200 predecessor institutions that have come together through the years to form today’s company. We trace our roots to 1799 in New York City, and our many well-known heritage firms include J.P. Morgan & Co., The Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank One, Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co., Chemical Bank, The First National Bank of Chicago, National Bank of Detroit, The Bear Stearns Companies Inc., Robert Fleming Holdings, Cazenove Group and the business acquired in the WaMu transaction. Each of these firms, in its time, was closely tied to innovations in finance and the growth of the U.S. and global economies.

Financing the Building of the Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Trust Company, one of JPMorgan Chase’s predecessors, provided a majority of the nearly $15 million needed to finance the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world. The historic bridge, opened in 1883, was the first to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:Why is diversity important to JPMorgan Chase?

In short, the success of our business depends on it. If we are to grow and thrive, our workplace and workforce must evolve to reflect the changing needs of our customers and the diversity of the communities we serve. In addition, we know that “all of us are smarter than any of us,” so we listen to all points of view and seek out new ideas as ways of creating and sustaining competitive advantages and sparking innovation.

Q:Does JPMorgan Chase have a vision for diversity at the firm? Online Banking

By using a disciplined, consistent, laser focus on our workforce and workplace, JPMorgan Chase will recruit, hire, retain, develop and promote the best talent–with an emphasis on underrepresented groups–to ensure our businesses can continue to grow and provide sustained value for our clients, customers, employees and shareholders. Through our diversity we will help drive net income, increase market share and provide the best service to our clients in the marketplaces where we operate. A key element of this ongoing process is management accountability for progress toward achieving our vision.

Q:What is the culture of JPMorgan Chase? Online Banking

As our Business Principles make clear, building a great team and a winning culture means fostering a work environment of respect and inclusion. Ours is a culture where individuals of any ethnicity, nationality, culture, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, physical ability–or other attribute that makes a person unique–have the opportunity to excel based on their performance and contribution to the firm. Simply put, we understand that our collective diversity is our strength and leads to the best solutions for our clients.

Q:Do senior leaders at JPMorgan Chase support the firm’s diversity vision?

Yes, and this support starts with our Chairman and CEO, Jamie Dimon, who said, “We need to constantly remind ourselves that the most important thing we can do for employees is to build a healthy, vibrant company that treats people with respect and creates opportunity. Everyone counts, and we have to remember that we all support one another.”

Q:Is diversity a goal for JPMorgan Chase outside of the U.S.?

Yes, diversity is a firm-wide, global effort. Wherever we do business, our goal is to hire the best people from the broadest pool of applicants, including groups that are underrepresented in our workforce–yet present in the local population. By doing so, we are better able to serve an international clientele in a culturally-informed manner. Online Banking

Q:What is JPMorgan Chase doing to attract diverse employees? Online Banking

To hire the most talented people, we cast a wide net when recruiting. We believe that diversity goes far beyond gender and ethnicity, so our outreach efforts include a broad spectrum of strategic partnerships with organizations that promote diversity–including Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), LGBT graduate student groups, organizations that provide job training to people with disabilities, and associations for military veterans to name a few. Our training programs, internships, scholarship opportunities, job fair participation, and partnerships with professional associations all help to build our pipeline of diverse talent. To learn more, we invite you to visit the Careers section of our site. Online Banking

Q:What is JP Morgan Chase doing to retain and develop diverse employees? Online Banking

JPMorgan Chase actively pursues programs, initiatives, and strategic partnerships to retain and develop our diverse talent. In addition, we sponsor a wide range of Business Resource Groups around the globe, with more than 70,000 members engaged in mentoring, professional development, networking, and community service. And to prepare our managers and employees to work more effectively in today’s diverse, multicultural business environment, we offer a variety of diversity training opportunities, from firmwide courses like Cross Cultural Awareness and Generational Diversity to business-specific training like our Corporate & Investment Bank’s The Business of Inclusion. These efforts have earned us considerable marketplace recognition as a great place to work.  Online Banking

Q:Do all JPMorgan Chase employees play a role in contributing to diversity initiatives?

In a truly inclusive workplace, everyone counts and everyone participates. This means that senior leaders, mid-level managers and individual contributors all have a role in building a workplace culture where each person feels welcome and differences are valued for the unique perspective they can offer. Working towards a diverse and inclusive work environment is part of our Code of Conduct, which each employee must read and sign annually.

Q:Why do you say that diversity is “part of the DNA” of JPMorgan Chase?

Because diversity and inclusion are core values that are part of how we work, how we interact with one another, how we deliver the products and services we offer, and essential to the decisions we make.

Q:How does diversity relate to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action?

At JPMorgan Chase, diversity is a core value of our company–something we seek to achieve, along with an inclusive work environment, wherever we do business around the globe. Affirmative Action, on the other hand, is a government-mandated initiative intended to remediate effects of the past that adversely affected people who were not of the majority population in the United States. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity laws prohibit discrimination against employees and prospective employees on the basis of a protected class, such as race or gender, and there are similar laws outside the U.S. So, while our U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action efforts support our diversity initiatives, our diversity focus is global and a natural part of how we run our business.

Q:Where do I learn about potential career opportunities at JPMorgan Chase?

We invite you to visit our Careers page today. Our businesses and support groups post new opportunities on the site frequently and we encourage you to bookmark the page as a favorite so you’ll remember to return often.

Q:I’m a diverse supplier. How can I do business with JPMorgan Chase?

We actively cultivate relationships with businesses owned and operated by minorities, women, veterans, people with disabilities and lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) individuals. What’s more, we’re challenging the way business is done by demonstrating market leadership in Supplier Diversity. Since 1994, we’ve spent more than $13 billion with diverse suppliers. Register today or learn more about Supplier Diversity at JPMorgan Chase.

Q:I’m with a not-for-profit organization serving a diverse segment of the community. How can I be considered for support by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation?

The JPMorgan Chase Foundation directs the majority of its time, attention and investments toward specific neighborhoods in cities where we have major operations. Our philanthropic goal is simple–to be the catalyst to meaningful, positive, and sustainable change within our highest need neighborhoods and communities across the globe. The Global Philanthropy section of our site provides more information, including how to apply for support.

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Santander Bank Online Banking

Convenient, customizable, quick, and easy, your online banking is designed for the way you live. Internet banking technology allows you to manage your money securely; our online banking tools enable you to manage it smartly.

The Benefits Of Online Banking

  • We guarantee that your money is protected against online fraud or losses and that your bills will be paid on time*. Our easy-to-use online banking tools put you in control of your internet banking experience.
  • You’ll enjoy the convenience of banking online in the time, place, and manner that works best for you.

Balances

Monitor your accounts in real time.

View balances and keep tabs on recent transactions as often as you like.

Transfers

Move your money…just like that.

Transfer funds between your accounts, to other Santander Bank customers, or to any U.S. financial institution, for no cost, in just a few clicks.

BillPay

Pay bills securely, quickly and easily.

Check writing is quickly becoming a thing of the past with BillPay. Simply log in to pay your bills, online and on time, securely and quickly.

eBills

Cut down on clutter.

Sign up for eBills–electronic versions of your paper bills. Use Online Banking to view and manage your eBills, schedule automatic or one-off payments, and even set up email notifications when new bills arrive and when they are due.

Alerts

Stay one step ahead.

Want to know when your paycheck hits your account or your credit card payment is due? It’s easy with our customizable (and unlimited) email or text alerts.

Go Paperless

Save time and stay organized.

Go paperless to avoid paper statement fees as well as the hassle of storing physical documents, plus you can view more than two years of your deposit and credit card statements. Bidding paper statements good-bye is one more step towards a cleaner environment.

Online Bank Account Services

Customer Service. No waiting required.

Order checks, stop payments, replace lost or stolen cards, and much more through your online bank account services.

2 Online Banking Guarantee: When you use Online Banking, we guarantee that your money is protected against online fraud or losses and that your bills will be paid on time. You are protected against unauthorized online transactions as long as you check your statement and promptly notify us of any unauthorized activity. Refer to your Online Banking Agreement for details on guarantees and your responsibilities for promptly reporting unauthorized transactions, as well as a list of supported mobile devices.

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Usbank Online Banking

Check balances or pay people and bills – all on the go.

Try the mobile app on your phone or tablet.

Monitor Account Status

Access key information about your bank accounts, like balances and recent transactions. You can quickly view, download, print and search up to 5 years of transaction history – all online.

Transfer Money

Move money between your U.S. Bank accounts or transfer to or from your accounts at other financial institutions. You can even quickly pay a U.S. Bank credit card or loan account.

Pay bills the secure way.

Pay bills online and on time — it’s safe and simple. Just tell us who, when and how much to pay. We’ll take care of the rest, and our Online Banking Security measures and Online Risk-Free Guarantee will protect you all the way.

Pay fast if you need to.

Missing a due date can have serious consequences. To help you avoid stress, late fees and potential damage to your credit rating, our convenient new Express Delivery option can get the money there on the same day or overnight.

Stay in control.

When you pay your bills online, you’re always in control. Set up recurring electronic payments (or checks) to be delivered on the date you choose. If you change your mind, you can edit or cancel any payment up to the time it’s in process.

Cut the clutter with eBills.

Many companies deliver eBills – free electronic versions of your paper bills – directly to your account. It’s an easy way to stay organized and save paper. It also allows you to view, track and make payments with online Bill Pay.

Deposit checks from home or on the go with Mobile Check Deposit.

Now you can deposit checks online easily, securely and electronically whenever and wherever you want. All it takes is the camera on your iPhone, iPad or Android or a computer with a scanner.

Mobile Check Deposit makes it easy and convenient to deposit checks to save you a trip to the bank

Deposit checks online with your mobile device.

With Mobile Check Deposit1, making a check deposit with your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone is as simple as snapping a photo. Get the U.S. Bank Mobile App today, and then.

  1. Endorse your check
  2. Select an account
  3. Photo capture the front and back of your check
  4. Verify check information
  5. Submit and you’re done

Deposit checks with a scanner or all-in-one printer.

To deposit checks online without a mobile device, you’ll need an Internet-connected computer and a scanner or a printer that can also scan documents. Log in to your Online Banking account, then:

  1. Endorse your check
  2. Select an account
  3. Scan the front and
  4. back of your check
  5. Verify check information
  6. Submit and you’re done

Send money with Zelle℠

Zelle is the newest way to send money easily, quickly and securely to just about anyone in the United States. All you need is your recipient’s email address or mobile phone number. Money moves directly from account to account with no stops in between, and payments typically complete in just minutes.1 Best of all, Zelle is always free for U.S. Bank customers!
Use Zelle anytime to:

  • Share expenses with roommates
  • Settle up quickly with friends for lunch, coffee or a night out
  • Send the gift of money

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HSBC Online Banking

Personal Internet Banking

Enjoy quick, easy access to your account information from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Personal Internet Banking is safe, convenient and free, and it’s backed by our $0 Liability, Online Guarantee1.

We’ve made some recent updates to make the experience better.

Online Banking Features

  • View your account balances and transactions
  • View up to 7 years of checking, saving, credit card or select credit statements using eStatement
  • View copies of your posted check images with RecordCheck®5
  • Move money easily between your eligible HSBC and non-HSBC deposit accounts using Bank to Bank transfer
  • View Form 1099-INT4 when you sign-up for eStatements
  • Send a wire from your HSBC account to another person, business or financial institution

1 Under the Bill Pay ‘on-time’ guarantee, HSBC will bear the responsibility for any late-payment-related charges should an online bill payment arrive after its due date as long as you scheduled the transaction in accordance with the HSBC Personal Internet Banking Terms and Conditions. This guarantee does not apply to business clients using Bill Pay.

2 Data rate charges from your service provider may apply. HSBC Bank USA, N.A. is not responsible for these charges.

3 This tool is a personal financial management service that allows customers to consolidate and manage their financial information by consolidating it in one place on Personal Internet Banking.

4 Form 1099–INT is a statement reporting to the IRS interest income you received on checking, savings and investment accounts. HSBC eStatement customers will not receive Form 1099–INT in the mail unless specifically requested through a secure BankMail within Personal Internet Banking. Paper versions of Form 1099–INT will continue to be sent by mail for HSBC accounts that do not qualify for online Forms 1099.

5 Canceled checks will be retained for six years. Canceled checks will be retained for seven years for Washington state residents. A reconstruction fee may apply if you request a total checking reconstruction (copies of all checks and/or statements) for one or more checking statements. Check images are available for 365 days from the day the check posts to the account. Additional restrictions may apply.

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Deposit products offered in the U.S. through HSBC Bank USA, N.A. Member FDIC.

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Cord Blood Banking

What is cord blood?

Rich in stem cells

Cord blood is the blood that remains in the placenta and umbilical cord following the birth of your baby. It is rich in blood stem cells, similar to those found in bone marrow, and these can be used to treat many different cancers, immune deficiencies and genetic disorders.

Stem cells are the ‘master cells’ of the body. Blood-producing stem cells (called haematopoietic stem cells) are present in cord blood. These cells are what we call ‘unspecialised’, which means that they have the ability to develop into those parts of the blood that the patient’s body requires; whether red blood cells, white blood cells or platelets.

Cord blood transplants have been shown to cure patients with a variety of serious conditions:

  • Malignancies:

cancers of the blood, e.g. Leukaemia, lymphoma.

  • Bone marrow failure:

when bone marrow doesn’t produce the cells it should.

  • Haemoglobinopathies:

blood disorders such as sickle cell anaemia or thalassaemia.

  • Immunodeficiencies:

when the immune system doesn’t work properly.

  • Metabolic disorders:

these affect the breakdown of waste products in the body.

Life-saving potential

Following the birth of your baby, your placenta is normally thrown away along with the cord blood that is in it.

Thanks to scientific research in this field, we are constantly discovering more and more diseases and conditions that can be successfully treated with stem cells found within cord blood.

For the transplant to be a success, stem cells taken from the cord blood must match the patient’s tissue type as closely as possible. So, for patients to have the best chance of a ‘match’ we need to store as many cord blood donations as possible, and we can’t do this without you.

If your cord blood is not collected by our trained staff, and you have not made alternative arrangements for your cord to be collected privately, your placenta containing your cord blood will be thrown away, according to routine hospital practice.

How is it used?

What happens after my donation has been collected?

Following the successful collection of your cord blood, we will come to see you while you are still in hospital. We will ask you some routine questions and take a blood sample from you. Blood is not required from your baby, just from you.

Your blood sample will be tested in the same way as NHS Blood and Transplant test blood donors for HIV, hepatitis, syphilis and other blood-borne infections. In the unlikely event that any test result is positive, one of our doctors will contact you to offer appropriate advice.

Donated units of cord blood are transported from the hospital where the baby was delivered to our dedicated laboratory facility. Once the cord blood unit arrives at the laboratory we record details onto our secure database and then process and test it to ensure that it is safe to be given to a patient.

Once your cord blood has been processed, tested and stored it will be available for any patient within the UK or anywhere around the world. It will have its own unique identification number and will be located on national and international stem cell and cord blood registries.

Processing

The cord blood unit is processed by removing the red blood cells and plasma. This reduces the volume of the cord blood unit to 20ml, leaving us with all the vital blood stem cells required for transplantation.

 

A cryopreservative (DMSO) is added to protect the blood stem cells while they are frozen. The cord blood unit is then frozen and stored in liquid nitrogen containers which are specifically designed for cord blood units.

Cryopreservation and patient matching

Once the cord blood unit has been frozen, it will be stored until a patient requires it. Research has shown that units can be stored for 25 years or more and still be used successfully in a stem cell transplant.

All units are registered on the British Bone Marrow Registry, Bone Marrow Donors Worldwide and can be searched through a peer to peer network of international stem cell registries. These are the national and international databases that healthcare professionals (from within the UK and around the world) use to search for a suitable match for a patient who needs a stem cell transplant.

With your help, we can supply cord blood units to patients who need them both within the UK and throughout the world. To date we have provided cord blood units for patients in approximately 50 countries worldwide.

Units that do not have sufficient stem cells for clinical use can be used in research for new advanced cell therapies being developed to treat a wide range of conditions. You will be asked at the time of consent whether you are willing for your babies cord blood to be used for research if not suitable for clinical use.

Ethics

Your donation will not be used in reproductive cloning. The government passed the Human Reproductive Cloning Act 2001 that made any attempt to use scientific techniques to create a child by reproductive cloning illegal.

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