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Tennessee

Employees

3,605

New Small Business Loans

$332 million

Home Mortgage Originations

$1.99 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$3.47 billion

Total Deposits

$13.5 billion

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Region: Chattanooga

JPMorgan Invests in Youth to Increase Economic Mobility

In 2018, JPMorgan awarded a $75,000 grant to MDC to support the Network for Southern Economic Mobility, a group of Southern cities, including Chattanooga, committed to increasing economic mobility for young adults in the lowest income brackets. City leaders receive customized coaching, learn about governmental systems change, and identify strategies to eliminate barriers to economic mobility.

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Region: Nashville

JPMorgan Chase’s New Skills For Youth Initiative

In 2017, JPMorgan provided a $2 million grant to help high school graduates prepare for careers in Tennessee. Developed as part of JPMorgan Chase's $75 million global New Skills for Youth initiative, Tennessee worked with government, business and education leaders to strengthen career education and create pathways to economic success.

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Region: Nashville

Morgan Stanley Provides Funding for Hunger-Relief Programs

In 2019, Morgan Stanley’s partnership with Feeding America provided $1 million to local food banks in 21 cities, including The Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee in Nashville. Over the past decade, Morgan Stanley and Feeding America have partnered to help food banks develop, launch and sustain critical child nutrition programs and increase access to fresh produce.

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Region: Memphis

Citi Helps Drive Inclusive Economic Growth

As part of its City Accelerator program, Citi Foundation granted $500,000 to five U.S. cities in 2017, including Memphis. Through the program Memphis is working to drive inclusive economic opportunity by refining their approach to procurement spending and directing more spending to minority-owned businesses.

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