About us

We have been working in the Brazilian market for nearly 120 years, and have had a local presence for more than 70 years. Today, we provide clients with a range of services from across our franchises that combine specialist knowledge with leadership positions. We have a strong local presence, with offices in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

Our commitment to helping clients in Latin America dates back to the 19th century. As a result of our long-standing presence, we have built long-term and trusted relationships with Latin American industry leaders, financial institutions, governments, family-owned businesses and private clients.

We are committed to building vibrant communities, preserving the environment and promoting an inclusive culture across the globe that benefits people today and for generations to come. To achieve these objectives and maximize giving, our corporate responsibility programs in Latin America reflect our philanthropic goals in the areas of community development, education and arts and culture. Philanthropic efforts support local communities and a number of local best-in-class microfinance and micro-entrepreneurship programs.

J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. As announced in 2020, JPMorgan Chase will deploy $2 billion in philanthropic capital around the world by 2025. We also lead volunteer service activities for employees in local communities by utilizing our many resources, including those that stem from access to capital, economies of scale, global reach and expertise.

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Introspective music plays.

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In Brazil, short clips show skyscrapers in large city centers. Then, a man with short dark hair and brown eyes, Daniel Darahem, speaks from his office.

Text on screen:
Daniel Darahem, CEO, Brazil, J.P. Morgan.

Daniel Darahem:

We have been present in Brazil for 70 years. These years have allowed us to build a very clear position in our clients' minds. We have invested throughout all types of economic cycles and never gave up on the country. We have always invested, even when the economy was unstable. Our clients can count on us throughout the cycles and they see us as an example of stability and consistency.

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Mr. Darahem walks into a high-rise J.P. Morgan office building and strolls through the lobby. A montage shows bustling, clean, modern cities.

Daniel Darahem:

We are the most local bank among global banks and the most global bank among local banks.

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A wide tree-lined avenue stretches through a Brazilian city. Green mountains tower on the horizon.

Daniel Darahem:

We offer a complete platform of solutions for our Brazilian clients. It’s a mirror of what we do globally for our clients. For example, our platform includes Investment Banking, Corporate Bank, Payments, Financing, Asset Management, Private Bank, Commercial Bank and various market products, like Fixed Income, Equities Currencies and Commodities.

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A montage shows business professionals working at their computer desks in a spacious open office area and three executives having a meeting in a conference room.

Daniel Darahem:

The entire platform is operated by a local team of approximately 1,000 people who connect these clients to our global platform.

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Mr. Darahem collaborates with a group of colleagues in a conference room with large windows overlooking a city.

Daniel Darahem:

This makes us unique in the Brazilian market. We are seen as a more complete bank by our clients and more consistent than our competitors.

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A clear lake, in a park, reflects trees and tall buildings. A glass door marked "J.P. Morgan" opens. Mr. Darahem shakes hands with colleagues.

Daniel Darahem:

We have a long-term strategy and we execute it consistently over the years. This means that the relationships with our clients are often measured in decades.

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A montage shows a clock tower in Sao Paulo, the flag of Brazil, and high-rise building towering over tall green palm trees.

Daniel Darahem:

We work throughout the entire client life cycle, from starting as a small company to becoming a large multinational. J.P. Morgan Brazil has been reflecting our optimism about the country for the past 70 years. Our roots in the Brazilian market go beyond our business relationships. We are deeply aware of our role in Brazilian society as a positive change agent.

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A montage shows a Brazilian flag hanging on a white apartment building, city traffic reflected on a glass building, skyscrapers overlooking a residential neighborhood, and a city nestled in a craggy mountain range.

Daniel Darahem:

I am enthusiastically optimistic about our country and highly committed to our future.

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In his office, Mr. Darahem works on a desktop computer with multiple monitor screens. As the video concludes, we see Mr. Darahem smiling.



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This video is provided for informational purposes only. This video does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice or an offering of any kind.



Ombudsman: +0800 770 0847 / +0800 770 0810 (For hearing impaired)

Banco J.P. Morgan S.A., in compliance with Resolution 4.860/2020 of the Brazilian National Monetary Council, makes available to its customers the following communication channels of the JP Morgan’s Ombudsman in Brazil:

Telephone 0800-7700847

0800-7700810 (For the Hearing Impaired)

E-mail: ouvidoria.jp.morgan@jpmorgan.com

Banco J.P. Morgan S.A. also provides the Ombudsman Manual, the half-yearly reports of the Ombudsman and the User Manual of the Reporting Indications of Illicit Acts Channel on the link: https://www.jpmorgan.com/country/BR/PT/disclosures


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