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J.P. Morgan Chase
J.P. Morgan Chase
MOST ADMIRED
Top 50 rank: 18
Rank in Megabanks: 2
(Previous rank: 2)
Overall score: 7.13
Why it's admired
The second-largest U.S. bank holding company emerged from the depths of the financial crisis with a highly profitable investment bank -- and a move up two slots in our rankings. CEO Jamie Dimon also is leading a drive for international acquisitions: In November the company assumed remaining control in a $3.4 billion UK brokerage, and last month announced an intended purchase of European commodities trading operations from a joint venture of RBS and Sempra Energy. --C.T.

Should J.P. Morgan Chase be admired, or what?
J.P. Morgan Chase stats
Nine key attributes of reputation Industry rank
Innovation 2
People management 2
Use of corporate assets 2
Social responsibility 1
Quality of management 2
Financial soundness 2
Long-term investment 2
Quality of products/services 2
Global competitiveness 5
Industry: Megabanks
Most Admired
1 Goldman Sachs Group 7.66
2 J.P. Morgan Chase 7.13
3 Credit Suisse 6.63
4 HSBC Holdings 6.50
5 Wells Fargo 6.14
6 Banco Santander 6.04
7 Morgan Stanley 5.84
8 Deutsche Bank 5.59
Contenders
Rank Company Overall score
9 BNP Paribas 5.03
10 Société Générale 4.64
11 Bank of America 4.41
12 ING Group 4.39
13 Crédit Agricole 4.29
14 UniCredit Group 4.07
15 Dexia Group 3.85
16 Citigroup 3.41
From the March 22, 2010 issue
Headquarters
270 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10017
212-270-6000
www.jpmorganchase.com
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