Chase Bank has some big problems.
The massive financial institution refused to even meet with some of its largest investors to discuss the Viewpoint Diversity Business Index, the first comprehensive measure of corporate respect for free speech and religious liberty.
But that’s not all: Chase appears to be actively discriminating against groups that don’t agree with the banking giant’s cultural agenda.
Chase closed the account of the National Committee for Religious Freedom less than a month after it was opened. The nonprofit, chaired by former U.S. Senator and Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, was informed that the organization had to reveal its donor list in order for the account to be restored.
Make no mistake: If Chase can do this to a former governor and United States Senator, they can do it to you, too.
NTC is proud to partner with the National Center for Public Policy Research to push back against these outrageous actions.
Demand answers from CEO Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase senior leadership!