JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) is the largest US bank by asset size. Last year, it had around $2.5 trillion worth of assets, made $97 billion in net revenues and over $21 billion in profits. The company, originally founded as Bank of Manhattan Co. in 1799, was built through several mergers and acquisitions. It generates 81% of its net revenues from US although its operations span across more than 60 countries. It has four business segments, which when listed in accordance to their revenue contribution are, Consumer and Community Banking, Corporate and Investment Banking, Asset Management, and Commercial Banking.