The Financial Solutions Lab (FinLab), an innovation programme created by the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) and founding partner JPMorgan Chase, has opened applications for a £3 million, two-year challenge to address financial shocks.
Markit has acquired syndicated loan technology from JPMorgan in a bid to ease third party connectivity issues for market participants and shorten loan settlement timeframes. Financial terms were not disclosed.
JPMorgan has begun a trial project to test the use of blockchain technology in its loan trading operations, according to a report in the Financial Times.
JPMorgan Chase is revamping its ATM fleet, enabling customers to make cash withdrawals with their mobile phones, rather than cards.
Digital Asset Holdings, the blockchain startup helmed by former JP Morgan luminary Blythe Masters, has raised more than $50 million in a funding round joined by some of the biggest names in financial services, including Citi, Deutsche Börse and Santander InnoVentures. One of the investors, the ASX, has also handed Digital Asset a contract to design a post-trade settlement system using distributed ledger technology.
Digital Asset Holdings, the blockchain startup helmed by former JP Morgan luminary Blythe Masters, has brought onboard more banking heavyweights and opened a London office.
Bloomberg's second-largest client, JPMorgan, is reportedly preparing to pull the plug on the market data firm's expensive proprietary terminals in a move that would save the bank up to $36 million per year in charges.
Just weeks after falling victim to a massive cyber theft of customer assets, JPMorgan sent a fake phishing email to all employees to test their reaction. You can probably guess what happened next.
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has reprimanded J.P. Morgan Broking (Hong Kong) Limited (JPMBHK), J.P. Morgan Securities (Asia Pacific) Limited (JPMSAP) and J.P. Morgan Securities (Far East) Limited (JPMSFE) (collectively “JP Morgan”), and fined them $15 million, $12 million and $3 million respectively for various regulatory breaches and/or internal control failings.
US bank JPMorgan Chase and Co has recruited the technology heads of two FTSE100 companies to serve as non-executive directors, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
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