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Texas

Employees

76,868

New Small Business Loans

$5.23 billion

Home Mortgage Originations

$13.7 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$14.6 billion

Total Deposits

$403 billion

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Region: Plano

JPMorgan Chase Brings Quality Jobs to Plano

JPMorgan Chase plans to grow its 6,500 workforce to more than 10,000 workers in Plano with the construction of its new campus, which aims to give employees a best in-class work environment that fosters collaboration and innovation. This construction shows Chase’s commitment to growing its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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Region: Plano

Morgan Stanley Provides Funding for Hunger-Relief Programs

In 2019, Morgan Stanley announced a new grant to Feeding America to support North Texas Food Bank in Plano. These funds support hunger-relief programs that deliver food assistance and healthy meals to children and families. Employees are also volunteering at local Feeding America network food banks as part of Feeding Kids Around the Clock.

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Region: Austin

Wells Fargo Supports Financial and Educational Assistance for Texans

In 2018, Wells Fargo provided $12.1 million in lending capital and grants to CDFIs like PeopleFund, an Austin-based CDFI that provides financial and educational assistance for Texans. Recipients of the Wells Fargo Works for Small Business: Diverse Community Capital program are nonprofit financial institutions dedicated to delivering affordable financial products to underserved communities.

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Region: Austin

Bank of America Provides Loans to Veteran Business Owners

In 2018, Bank of America announced a $20 million Veteran Entrepreneur Lending Program to connect U.S. military veteran business owners with affordable capital to help grow their businesses. The program awarded funds in seven U.S. states to programs including PeopleFund in Texas. Prior to receiving a loan, borrowers participate in a two-month training program to help them stay on a path of success.

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Region: Dallas

BNY Mellon’s Clean Energy Loan Programs

In 2017, BNY Mellon was appointed trustee of nearly $24 million for the largest clean energy loan made in Texas. With the loan, the landmark Butler Brothers Building in Dallas was converted into apartments and commercial space. Yearly projected benefits include savings of millions of kilowatt hours in electricity and of almost 700,000 gallons of water, and the creation of over 100 new jobs.

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Region: Dallas

Citi Provides Financial Counseling for Immigrants

Citi works with the Mexican government and community partners in Dallas 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 people advice on banking services and money management.

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Region: Arlington

Morgan Stanley Capital Creates Clean Water in Texas

Morgan Stanley has partnered with public entities to raise funds through capital markets for decades. In 2017, Morgan Stanley helped the Trinity River Authority raise $285 million to finance wastewater system improvements around the Trinity River Basin in northeast Texas.

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Region: Fort Worth

Citi Supports Energy Efficient Homes for Veterans

Since 2011, Citi volunteers have worked with Green Extreme Homes in the Fort Worth area to help clean up and renovate energy efficient homes for veterans, many of whom have struggled with homelessness. In 2019, Green Extreme Homes and Citi are celebrating the grand opening of the Mullins Transitional Home for Female Veterans, a shelter that was primarily built by Citi volunteers.

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Region: Fort Worth

Wells Fargo Grant Supports Workforce Development

In 2018, Wells Fargo donated more than $13 million through 875 grants to local nonprofits, schools and community organizations to help the communities and people of Texas. Wells Fargo has collaborated with workforce development grantees such as Ladder Alliance in Fort Worth.

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Region: Houston

Citi Supports Minority-Owned Businesses

In 2019, Citi Foundation granted $500,000 to 10 cities, including Houston, through its City Accelerator Program. The program is supporting innovative, locally tailored strategies to leverage public purchasing power and develop businesses owned by people of color. Through this grant program, Houston will receive technical assistance to help expand the inclusiveness of their procurement practices in order to increase the participation of minority-owned businesses

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Region: Houston

Morgan Stanley Provides Funding for Hunger-Relief Programs

In 2019 Morgan Stanley granted $1.85 million to hunger-relief programs in 21 cities, including the Houston Food Bank. The grant will allow these programs to deliver food assistance and healthy meals to children and families. With this grant, Morgan Stanley now has given more than $23 million to food assistance programs around the country, benefitting 117 food banks and providing over 211 million meals.

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Region: Houston

JPMorgan Chase Donated Home to Hurricane Harvey Victims

In partnership with Houston Area Urban Community Development Corporation (HAUCDC), JPMorgan Chase donated a mortgage-free, fully renovated home to the Avant family who lost their home in Hurricane Harvey. In addition, area-businessman and philanthropist Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale generously surprised the family with nearly $14,000 in furniture and accessories from Gallery Furniture to help the Avant family transition into their new home. This home donation mirrors thousands of homes Chase has worked with nonprofits to donate to deserving families and veterans over the last ten years.

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Region: San Antonio

Wells Fargo Supports Homeownership

In 2018, Wells Fargo donated more than $13 million through 875 grants to local nonprofits, schools and community organizations to help the communities and people of Texas. In San Antonio, Wells Fargo collaborated with the San Antonio Homeownership Opportunities Corporation to help increase affordable housing and homeownership in low-and moderate-income neighborhoods.

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