JPMorgan Chase is one of the largest and most complex financial institutions in the United States, with more than $2.5 trillion in assets. It is organized into four major segments--consumer and community banking, corporate & investment banking, commercial banking, and asset and wealth management. JPMorgan's consumer-facing lines of business include home lending, auto lending, credit cards, and small business services. The company's wholesale lines of business include investment banking, treasury and securities services, corporate and commercial real estate lending, and trading of fixed income, equity, and credit products (including a wide variety of derivatives) as well as its asset and wealth management operations. JPMorgan operates, and is subject to regulation, in multiple countries.