Chase® Credit Cards
The nation's largest bank---with the industry's longest serving CEO, Jaime Dimon---also happens to be one of the oldest financial institutions in the world. JPMorgan Chase & Co. dates back to 1799, when its earliest predecessor was founded in New York City. Today, the New York-based Chase Bank, the consumer division of the financial services behemoth, is the largest issuer of credit cards in the country, serving nearly half of America's households.
Though the Diner's Club is widely credited as developing the first credit card in the U.S., Chase was at the forefront of the credit card revolution. The Chase Manhattan Bank, a JPMorgan Chase predecessor, launched the Chase Manhattan charge plan in 1958, breaking ground as the first New York City financial institution to offer a charge account that could be used across the city. The bank was also a leader in home banking technologies in the 1980s. Those offerings have expanded to give Chase a place as an industry leader in rewards credit cards and balance transfer offers.
To compete in the growing mobile wallet space in the 21st Century, Chase launched its own app called Chase Pay. The system, available to all Chase cardholders, is widely accepted at retail giants like Walmart and promises superior security.
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