Chase Bank recently announced the opening of 19 additional Chase Private Client offices throughout Michigan this year, which provide affluent families and individuals with banking and J.P. Morgan investments.
“Chase Private Client is a recognition and response to the evolving needs of our affluent Chase customers. As our customers’ lives get more complex, we aim to provide them with the products and services they want and need to most effectively manage their wealth,” said Barry Sommers, CEO of Chase Wealth Management.
According to the bank’s announcement, its private clients “enjoy a high level of personal service and attention, delivered through a dedicated team.”
Private clients receive preferred rates, waived fees, and specialized lending and mortgage products.
They also get “expedited service in the privacy and comfort of the Chase Private Client office, as well as access to a dedicated 24/7 service hotline to speak directly with a representative when they need assistance,” according to the announcement.
Private clients also receive information from J.P. Morgan’s research and market commentaries, as well as access to investment advice, insights and technology.
By the end of 2013, Chase expects to have more than 2,000 locations nationwide.
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