Link to Top

Skip to main content
Alert Message Icon

Please upgrade your browser.

Your browser is out of date. For a faster and more secure online experience upgrade your browser to the most recent version. Click here for a list of recommended browsers

Begin Site Message Content
Alert Message Icon
End Site Message Content

Consumer Banking

Chase Plans to Open 16 New Branches in Florida

Enters new markets in Gainesville and Ocala; expands in existing cities

Orlando, FL March 28, 2017 Chase is continuing to expand its presence in Florida, with plans to open its first locations in Gainesville and Ocala in early fall this year.

In addition, the bank will open a total of nine new branches in Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Orlando and the Tampa Bay area later this year.

“Florida is one of the fastest-growing regions and we see tremendous opportunity to continue to grow our presence across the state,” said George Acevedo, head of Chase Consumer Banking in Florida. “Expanding into Gainesville and Ocala helps us build out our footprint and serve consumers and businesses from coast to coast.”

Chase plans to open up to two locations in Gainesville and four in Ocala by the end of the year. Construction on some of these new locations will begin next month. 

The new branches will offer a full range of services for consumers and businesses and feature the latest innovative technology to make banking even more convenient. The bank plans to hire locally and staff its branches with personal bankers, financial advisors, mortgage and business banking specialists.

Since the acquisition of Washington Mutual in 2008, Chase has added nearly 250 branches in Florida and now has 398 total across the state. Florida customers also have access to 1,600 ATMs to conduct their routine banking transactions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

JPMorgan Chase employs nearly 14,000 people in Florida across all of its lines of business and serves more than 7.3 million consumers and 460,000 businesses locally. Last year, the firm contributed $10.7 million to nonprofits in the state that focus on workforce readiness, small business, financial capability and neighborhood revitalization initiatives.

As part of the bank’s strategy to strengthen relationships with existing customers, Chase is building out its presence in existing states by entering new cities. Despite having relationships with almost half all U.S. households, only one-third of the bank’s  customers have more than one product across Chase. This creates a tremendous opportunity for the bank to help customers meet all of their financial needs.

You're Now Leaving Chase

Chase's website terms, privacy and security policies don't apply to the site you're about to visit. Please review its website terms, privacy and security policies to see how they apply to you. Chase isn't responsible for (and doesn't provide) any products, services or content at this third-party site, except for products and services that explicitly carry the Chase name.