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Illinois

Employees

27,231

New Small Business Loans

$1.9 billion

Home Mortgage Originations

$9.04 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$7.37 billion

Total Deposits

$145 billion

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Region: Chicago

JPMorgan Supports Chicago Small Businesses

In 2018, JPMorgan committed $10 million to the Chicago Community Loan Fund to support the development and preservation of small businesses and commercial corridors on Chicago’s south and west sides. The commitment filled a critical need to strengthen and expand the area’s small business sector, while also spurring local job creation.

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Region: Chicago

Bank of America Helps Young Adults Reach Their Potential

In 2019, Bank of America is partnering with Year Up, an organization that connects young talent in the Chicago area to job opportunities. The partnership gives young adults from underserved neighborhoods skills training followed by an internship at a Fortune 500 company. Bank of America has hosted more than 470 young professionals in this internship program with many later being hired full-time.

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Region: Chicago

Citi Provides Financial Counseling for Immigrants

Citi works with community partners in Chicago to run a financial counseling service aiding Mexican immigrants. The Ventanilla de Asesoría Financiera (Financial Counseling Window) operates within Mexican Consulates across 48 cities in the United States and offers beneficiaries advice on banking services and money management.

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Region: Chicago

JPMorgan Prepares Chicagoans for High-Demand Careers

In 2017, JPMorgan invested $500,000 in the Arthur M. Brazier Foundation to help prepare and expand Chicago residents’ access to economic opportunity through a robotics technician training program operated by BSD Industries. The two-year investment offers certifications for job seekers in advanced manufacturing fields on the South Side of Chicago.

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Region: Chicago

Goldman Sachs Partners with Chicago Public Schools to Fund Pre-K Education

Goldman Sachs, with Chicago Public Schools, announced in 2014 the launch of a $16.9 million social impact bond to fund pre-kindergarten education for 2,620 Chicago public school children coming from low-income families in communities with a shortage of funded programs. The Child-Parent Center model works to increase kindergarten readiness, improve literacy and reduce the need for special education services.

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Region: Chicago

Morgan Stanley’s Healthy Cities Initiative

Morgan Stanley’s Healthy Cities initiative partners with public elementary schools to deliver integrated nutrition, health and play programming to children and their families. In the Chicago area, Morgan Stanley has provided 330,000 healthy meals, helped over 800 families participate in education, health screening, and wellness programs, and administered fitness programs for over 700 students.

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Region: Chicago

Morgan Stanley Underwrites Green Bonds in Chicago Area

In 2019, Morgan Stanley helped underwrite $200 million in green bonds to help Fulcrum BioEnergy build a new plant in the Chicago area. The plant aims to produce low-cost, low-carbon transportation fuels, including jet fuel and diesel, using municipal solid waste as the raw materials.

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Region: Springfield

Goldman Sachs Invests in Illinois Solar Power

In 2018, Goldman Sachs’ Alternative Energy Investing Group used an innovative financing structure to fund solar energy systems in Illinois. The financing structure facilitated the deployment of 75 MW of distributed solar and distributed solar plus battery systems. These systems provide solar power to commercial, municipal, and small-scale front-of-the-meter projects with rural electric cooperatives.

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