For the past few years, the J.P. Morgan brand has been undergoing quite a bit of change. This year, while the J.P.
Morgan brand is unchanged mainly, it has undergone some slight changes in terms of the company’s consumer banking products.
This year, the J.P. Morgan brand has launched a new global overdraft protection product, J.P. Morgan Transactional Checking, as well as Chase Total Checking.
This new checking product combines J.P. Morgan Transactional Checking with J.P. Morgan Chase Checking account features.
It is important to note that Chase Total Checking is not a credit card product, so it has no additional credit card fees or interest.
J.P. Morgan was the epitome of a robber baron in his day, the head of the world’s largest and most powerful banking empire.
It was said that he could literally make or break any bank CEO in the United States, and if the Morgan bank didn’t like you, you were in big trouble.
Without Morgan’s backing, banks just didn’t have the money to keep afloat, and one of the country’s most important industries would have been destroyed.
On May 10, 1835, President Andrew Jackson was nominated for re-election to a second term.
By this time, he had given up on the Presidency and was quite content to lounge around the White House in his long underwear, reading newspapers and playing the piano.
But when the actual vote count came in, he was shocked to see that he had lost John Quincy Adams.
J.P. Morgan Brand Details:
|Brand Value||$13.7 B|
|1-Yr Value Change||11%|
|Brand Revenue||$52.6 B|