Chase Bank, formally known as JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., is a national bank headquartered in Manhattan, New York City. It was established through the merger of several large banks over the years, with roots tracing back to The Manhattan Company, founded by Aaron Burr in 1799. Over the centuries, it merged with or acquired several other financial institutions, with the most notable merger being with J.P. Morgan & Co. in 2000, thus forming JPMorgan Chase & Co​.

The bank operates under the umbrella of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which is one of the largest financial services firms globally. Chase Bank serves as the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary of this multinational conglomerate. The bank's headquarters are located at 383 Madison Avenue, New York, NY.

Chase Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), which is an independent agency created by Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation's financial system. The FDIC number for Chase Bank is not publicly listed, but its membership ensures that each depositor is insured up to at least $250,000 per insured bank​.

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Regarding its operations, Chase Bank has an extensive network comprising 5100 branches and 17,000 ATMs spread across many states in the United States. The bank's routing numbers vary by state, but for ACH transfers, the routing number is CLick Here, and for domestic and international wire transfers, it's CLick Here​​.

Chase Bank offers a vast array of financial products and services, including credit cards, mortgages, commercial banking, auto loans, and various personal and business banking services. They have policies in place to ensure customer privacy and security, such as the U.S. Consumer Privacy Notice, which details how the bank collects and uses information about its customers.

They also offer different types of checking accounts, each with its set of features and fees, like Chase Secure Banking, which is a simple checking account with no overdraft fees.

Although the specific category or class of the bank is not explicitly mentioned in the available resources, Chase Bank, being a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co., operates as a full-service bank, offering a wide range of banking services and products to its customers.


Bank Name Chase Bank
Headquarters New York City, New York, USA
Bank Class National Bank - FED Member
CEO Jamie Dimon
Bank FDIC FDIC# 628
Swift Code CHASUS33XXX
Atm's 17000
Location 5100 Branches in 49 states
Routing Number Click Here
Customer Service 1 (800) 935-9935
Credit Card Support 1 (800) 432-3117
Number of Employees 250355
Parent JPMorgan Chase
Area Served Worldwide


State Routing Number
Domestic and International wire transfer 021000021
Chase Arizona 122100024
Chase Nevada 322271627
Chase California 322271627
Chase New Jersey 021202337
Chase Colorado 102001017
Chase New York - Downstate 021000021
Chase Connecticut 021100361
Chase New York - Upstate 022300173
Chase Florida 267084131
Chase Ohio 044000037
Chase Georgia 061092387
Chase Oklahoma 103000648
Chase Idaho 123271978
Chase Oregon 325070760
Chase Illinois 071000013
Chase Texas 111000614
Chase Indiana 074000010
Chase Utah 124001545
Chase Kentucky 083000137
Chase Washington 325070760
Chase Louisiana 065400137
Chase West Virginia 051900366
Chase Michigan 072000326
Chase Wisconsin 075000019


A SWIFT code, also known as a BIC (Bank Identifier Code), is a standard format for uniquely identifying banks globally, especially during international transactions. It comprises 8-11 characters. The first 4 characters represent the bank's code, the next 2 denote the country, followed by 2 for the city. The remaining characters (which are optional) specify the bank's branch. This system ensures secure and efficient cross-border transfers. For instance, when sending money overseas, one would need the recipient's bank SWIFT code. It acts as an address that tells where to send the money, ensuring funds reach the correct institution.


CHAS Bank code
US Country code
33 Location code
XXX Branch code
  • Country code A-Z

    2 letters representing the country the bank is in.

  • Location code 0-9 A-Z

    2 characters made up of letters or numbers. It says where that bank's head office is.

  • Branch Code 0-9 A-Z

    3 digits specifying a particular branch. 'XXX' represents the bank’s head office.


Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.

01-01-1824 Institution established. Original name: Chemical Bank & Trust Company.
10-18-1954 Changed Institution Name to Chemical Corn Exchange Bank.
08-08-1959 Changed Institution Name to Chemical Bank New York Trust Company.
02-17-1969 Changed Institution Name to Chemical Bank.
01-18-1975 Acquired Security National Bank (7113) in Hempstead, NY.
11-10-1975 Acquired Chemical Bank of Suffolk, National Association (17544) in Smithtown, NY.
04-01-1977 Acquired Chemical Bank Hudson Valley, National Association (17430) in Nyack, NY.
10-01-1978 Acquired Chemical Bank-Buffalo (21298) in Buffalo, NY.
10-01-1978 Acquired Chemical Bank of Rochester (9408) in Hilton, NY.
10-01-1978 Acquired Chemical Bank of Syracuse (21391) in Syracuse, NY.
02-03-1982 Main Office moved to 277 Park Avenue, New York City, NY 10172.
07-19-1991 Acquired Ensign Federal Savings Bank (33159) in New York City, NY.
11-08-1991 Acquired Community National Bank and Trust Company of New York (19519) in New York City, NY.
03-07-1992 Acquired Chemical Bank Delaware (24024) in Wilmington, DE.
03-13-1992 Acquired Central Federal Savings Bank (33277) in Mineola, NY.
06-20-1992 Main Office moved to 270 Park Avenue, New York City, NY 10017.
06-20-1992 Acquired Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company (641) in New York City, NY.
07-01-1993 Acquired Texas Commerce Banks (26825) in Newark, DE.
07-14-1996 Changed Institution Name to The Chase Manhattan Bank.