JPMorgan Chase announced that its new Santa Monica branch at 1447 Lincoln Boulevard opened today.
Chase also announced the opening of three other LA branches: Pomona at 110 E. Foothill Blvd (also opening today), Rolling Hills Estates at 828 Silver Spur Road (opening tomorrow), and Culver City at 4114 Sepulveda Boulevard (on May 13).
The company said these four new locations would add 35 new jobs to the Los Angeles community.
Chase, which four years ago had no branches in California, has grown rapidly and now has more than 1,000 branches in the state, 285 of them in Los Angeles county.
The second largest bank in the state, Chase employs more than 20,000 Californians and serves 12.5 million Golden State customers.
The new branches will feature two of Chase’s newest customer service innovations: self-service banking kiosks that offer the services of a traditional ATM, plus new options including bill-pay and cash withdrawal in denominations from $1 to $100; and the ability to instantly issue working debit cards for customers opening new accounts, or who are in need of a replacement card.