JPMorgan Chase is one of the leading financial services companies in the world. Founded in 1799, the company has grown to become a global powerhouse with a presence in over 100 countries and over 250,000 employees. JPMorgan Chase is one of the oldest and most successful banks in the world, and is a leader in both consumer and commercial banking, investment banking, asset management, and private banking services. As the largest bank in the United States and the sixth largest in the world, JPMorgan Chase has a long and illustrious history that includes some of the most influential figures in banking and finance. This trivia template is designed to test your knowledge of JPMorgan Chase, from its history to its current practices. So, let’s get started and find out how much you know about one of the world’s most famous banks!
1) What is the official name of the firm?
2) How many countries are in the firm's International network?
3) Which of the following services is NOT provided by JPMorgan Chase?
4) What year was JPMorgan Chase founded?
5) What is the name of JPMorgan Chase's corporate headquarters?
6) What is JPMorgan Chase's stock symbol?
7) What is the main position of Jamie Dimon at JPMorgan Chase?
8) How many years of service did JPMorgan Chase celebrate in 2011?
9) What is the name of JPMorgan Chase's payment services branch?
10) What is the name of the JPMorgan Chase's annual charitable giving campaign?
11) Who is the current U.S. Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase?
12) How many active businesses does JPMorgan Chase operate?
13) What year did JPMorgan Chase become a Global Systemically Important Bank?
14) What is the name of JPMorgan Chase's largest business segment?
15) How many countries is JPMorgan Chase present in?
16) How many employees does JPMorgan Chase have?
17) What is the company’s main headquarters located in?
18) What does JPM stand for as the company’s stock symbol?
19) What year did JPMorgan Chase acquire Bear Stearns?
20) What year did JPMorgan Chase acquire Washington Mutual?
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