The largest bank in the U.S. said in its release that profit rose by 5 percent to $9.18 billion, or $2.65 per share.
Chase CEO Jamie Dimon called the pick "not a traditional choice."
Citibank and Bank of America previously instituted new gun policies.
The hearing is the first with CEOs of the largest U.S. banks in a decade.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO says no country would be better off without its large, successful companies.
In the missive, the Chase CEO touched on everything from the student loan debt crisis to infrastructure investment and health care.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO has trained many of the industry's next generation of leaders.
Dimon, during an interview with CNN, said there was an “intelligent way” to focus on addressing climate change that doesn’t hurt the economy.
The announcement builds on a prior $250 million commitment from the lender.
The expansion comes as rivals downsize their physical footprint.
The bank already set up hot desks for investment bankers in Hong Kong,
Dimon's personal fortune is estimated close to $1.3 billion.
The donation comes a day after Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross suggested furloughed workers take out a loan.
The chief executive received a raise in 2018, thanks to JPMorgan’s “strong performance.”
The bank CEO says the U.S. credit profile is much stronger than last time.
The bank is worried about how ongoing uncertainties might affect consumer confidence.
“Bulls & Bears” panel discusses JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s claim that 2019 could be the fastest global growth year on record.
Cypress Semiconductor co-founder T.J. Rodgers on how Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos agreed to provide services to the U.S. military, while Google decided to ditch U.S. military contracts.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses how the DOJ is investigating Tesla over CEO Elon Musk’s comments about going private.
South Texas Money Management CEO Jeanie Wyatt on when she believes the 10-year Treasury yield will hit 5%.