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JPMorgan to Hire as Many as 50 Ukrainian Refugees in Warsaw

  • Bank offers training and support for those fleeing war
  • Lender employs about 1,000 people in its Polish operations

JPMorgan Chase & Co. plans to hire as many as 50 refugees in its Warsaw office as part of the bank’s wider humanitarian support for Ukraine, according to a spokesperson. 

The Wall Street firm will train staff to work in areas including finance, human resources and operations, as well as helping them in securing housing and pre-school childcare, according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg News. They will also have an option to enroll children in a school following the Ukrainian curriculum.