J.P. Morgan started its operations in Japan almost 90 years ago when the firm underwrote bonds for the government’s financing of the recovery from the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1924. Today, Tokyo has one of the firm's biggest offices in the Asia Pacific region, with 1,300 employees across covering Asset Management, the Global Corporate Bank, the Investment Bank, and Treasury and Securities Services. Each business leverages the firm's global team and products to best serve our local clients.
J.P. Morgan’s employees in Japan actively participate in a corporate responsibility effort here, as part of the firm's global commitment to work with, and for the communities in which it operates. To best serve the interests of our clients and enhance our reputation in the Japanese market, J.P. Morgan strives to hire and develop the most capable team. In the words of J.P. Morgan Jr., the firm is dedicated to conducting first-class business in a first-class way.