About Chase Commercial Banking

About Chase Commercial Banking

Chase Commercial Banking is Here for You

For more than two centuries Chase has built a legacy on having a fortress balance sheet, managing risk, providing innovative solutions, employing the best people in the business, and doing the right thing for our clients and the communities we serve.

Our Commercial Banking business serves more than 24,000 clients nationally, including corporations, municipalities, financial institutions and not-for-profit entities, with annual revenue generally ranging from $20 million to $2 billion, and nearly 35,000 real estate investors/owners. Our clients benefit from the more than 5,500 Chase Commercial Banking professionals who deliver extensive industry knowledge, local expertise and dedicated service.

By working with our colleagues across Chase and J.P. Morgan, we can provide you with comprehensive solutions, including lending, treasury services, investment banking and asset management to meet your domestic and international financial needs.

As a Chase Commercial Banking client, you will find that our history, performance and people set us apart and demonstrate our long-term commitment and ability to help you achieve your operational and strategic goals.

To learn more about Chase's equipment finance solutions and how they can help you, please e-mail us or contact your local commercial banker.

Making History

Salmon P. Chase, Chase Manhattan Bank's namesake, served as U.S. Treasury secretary under President Lincoln. As secretary, he introduced the idea of a national banking system and designed the first national paper currency.

Chase's was the first face on the one dollar bill, and he later appeared on the $10,000 bill.