The financial firm traces its roots back to John Pierpont Morgan, one of the most powerful bankers of his era. Morgan started his financial career in 1857 as an accountant at the New York banking firm of Duncan, Sherman, and Company. From here, Morgan began his banking journey. Fast-forward to the 21st Century, the newly established firm combined Chase Manhattan’s Bank experience in personal and small-business banking work with JP Morgan's specialization in investment banking, government securities, and commercial banking in order to create a diversified financial firm now famously known as J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., marking them as one of the most prominent leaders in retail banking, investment banking, and financial services.
You'll build your technical and practical knowledge on-the-job with opportunities in one of the groups listed below.
Their training and development programs will help you to become a part of the next generation of leaders at its firm. In 2017 alone, they invested over $300 million globally in employee training and development. Leadership Edge offers a best-in-class training program to develop great leaders and strengthen culture across the firm. They provide skills re-training programs to help those transitioning into new roles at the firm. Through its mentorship programs and everyday work, managers and senior leaders coach colleagues and their teams, and share their expertise.
The annual salary for this role is $100,000. JP Morgan offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package:
Graduates can be excited to hear the many stories of entry-level employees progressing from bank tellers to personal bankers, business bankers, financial advisors, and finally, branch managers. JP Morgan prides itself in providing on-the-job professional learning and development opportunities to all employees, offering programs with access to tools that enable successful development and advancement as well as networking and professional development opportunities so everyone has the chance to upscale.
The Work-life balance is rated 3.5 on Glassdoor. The JPMorgan Chase boss has become the latest financier to worry that his bankers are working too hard for their bonuses. The bank announced an initiative called “Pencils Down”, aimed at helping its employees improve their work-life balance. Previously, young bankers were allowed one work-free weekend a month. Now the bank wants them to take every weekend off unless they are working on a “live” deal. Work-free weekends are “realistic to what this generation wants”.
At JP Morgan, they listen to and support each other. They foster a great team with a respectful, inclusive culture. This starts with their senior leaders and you’ll experience it across their teams. Take Jamie Dimon’s bus tours, where its CEO goes around the country listening to employees and customers. Employees can expect an environment built on teamwork and support, you are encouraged to express their thoughts and ideas, which will be embraced by their teammates and managers.
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