Top 10 Companies in the World 2015

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Here is a list of the top 10 Companies in the world in 2015. A company is a collection of individuals, which strives to achieve certain goals profitably and also has a set of values guiding its day to day functioning. Companies produce goods or provide services in order to help human beings to fulfill needs. They play an important role in the economy generating employment and helping in development. The ranking of the top 10 companies is based on the profits made and market value. These parameters were considered as profits made are an indicator of efficiency of business and are essential for its survival and market value give an indication of how investors’ perceive business.


10. JP Morgan Chase

The largest bank of the United States by the asset size, JP Morgan Chase was founded in 1799 and is headquartered in New York City.


Predecessors of this bank which are more than 1200 include banks like Chemical Bank, Manufacturers Hanover, First Chicago Bank, Providian Financial. At present, JP Morgan chases’ structure can be considered a combination of several large US banking companies like Chase Manhattan Bank, Bear Stearns, Washington Mutual and others. The 215 year old American multinational bank is headed by Jamie Dimon and employs around 265359 employees’ worldwide.JP Morgan strives to provide first class financial services in the best possible way. It aims at strengthening community and is committed to diversity, culture and human rights.

JP Morgan provides services like Branch, ATM, online banking, Education finance, Auto finance, home loans, and personal bank accounts as a part of consumer businesses. As a bank offering commercial banking it provides business credit, equipment finance, commercial term lending, international banking, real estate banking. JP Morgan clients include world’s prominent governments, corporations, wealthy individual investors and it offers services like asset management, Investment banking, not for profit banking, corporate credit extension, treasury services and private banking.


Profits: $21.2 B

Market Value: $225.5 B