JPMorgan Chase CEO Dimon pays visit to Wilmington


JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon paid a visit to Wilmington on Monday.

Dimon met at an employee Town Hall with more than 2,000 of the company’s 11,000 Delaware employees.

Reports indicated that Dimon talked about the company’s retail branch expansion in northern Delaware. The town halls also allow Chase employees to ask Dimon questions.

JPMorgan Chase is the largest for-profit private employer in Delaware.

During his time in Wilmington Dimon visited Zip Code Wilmington program. The financial services company has hired 135 of its 300 graduates. He also had lunch at Stitch House Brewery.

Stitch House recently received $ 400, 000 in financing support (both low-cost loans and grants) from First State Community Loan Fund. The investment includes a $50,000 grant from a community revitalization fund, funded by JPMorgan Chase.

(Editor’s note) Select media organizations were granted accessfor portions of Dimon’s visit. Delaware Business Now was not invited, according to JPMorgan Chase representative who cited time limits on his visit. We were instead sent a photo, a promise of consideration should Dimon make a future visit and a brief description of the visit.

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