Skip to content
Subscriber Only

JPMorgan Reopens Offices Across U.S. as Pressure Grows on Rivals

For JPMorgan Chase & Co., it’s another step toward post-pandemic normal, but for the U.S. financial industry it’s a bellwether.

The nation’s largest bank, which often sets norms for the financial world, reopened offices to employees across the U.S. on Monday. The move includes locations in Ohio, Texas and Arizona that -- unlike the bank’s New York headquarters -- had been left at least partially shut in the wake of pandemic lockdowns. It’s all part of the firm’s plan to call back its entire U.S. workforce, at least on rotations, in early July.