JPMorgan Chase opens a new Client Center
JPMorgan Chase, a longtime member of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and whose roots date back 100 years in the state of Oklahoma, hosted a client event and ribbon cutting ceremony recently to showcase their new space in the Oklahoma Tower. “We know it’s important to have a presence downtown to best serve our Commercial and Private Banking clients”, said David Page, Vice Chairman and Market Manager for the Private Bank at JPMorgan Chase. JPMorgan Chase has invested significantly to build out new office space to bring their Private Banking team downtown and create a new state-of-the-art and welcoming Client Center space featuring several conference rooms, a coffee bar, and a library. “We’re hopeful this renovation will show the citizens of Oklahoma City how committed we are to the state,” said Page.
JPMorgan Chase has had a presence in Oklahoma for 100 years through predecessor banks including Liberty National Bank. The firm has 27 branches, 305 employees, 905,000 consumer clients, and 55,000 business clients in the state of Oklahoma. JPMorgan Chase has contributed $4.8 million in philanthropic grants in Oklahoma since 2014. The company is also very proud of their commitment to military veterans. They have donated over 1,000 mortgage free homes to military veterans and their families in 44 states, including Oklahoma.
Their new Client Center space in the Oklahoma Tower features 40 pieces from the JPMorgan Chase corporate art collection. The Client Center provides a relaxed, private setting where bankers and clients can sit down and discuss important issues concerning their financial future. The space also includes video conferencing capacity to have “face-to-face” meetings with partners and financial experts from around the country. Other amenities include a coffee and snack bar,on-site catering, cozy library and beautiful views of the city. JPMorgan Chase has been a longtime supporter of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and is a funder of Forward OKC.