JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is one of the largest financial institutions in the United States. Its main services include the provision of credit cards and loans and other financial services to both commercial and individual customers in addition to the underwriting of new debt and equity issuance through its investment banking division. The firm has a significant amount of international exposure, with operations in over 50 countries and clients in every major financial market in the world.  JP Morgan Chase reported a full-year 2010 total revenue of $115.5B and a net income of $17.4 billion.
Investment banking is JPMorgan Chase’s chief operation. The investment bank is employed by clients running the gamut from large corporations to governments to financial institutions. JPMorgan offers a wide range of financial services, including risk management, corporate advising, trading and market-making (enabling transactions between buyers and sellers of cash securities and derivatives), capital raising in equity and debt markets, and research. The investment bank is also responsible for investing and trading with the firm’s own capital.
Treasury Services provides cash management, trading, and other services to corporations, financial institutions, and government entities. Securities Services holds, values, and clears securities, cash, and alternative investments for investors and broker-dealers, essentially facilitating transactions on stock markets across the world.