JPMorgan H&Q's 29th Annual Technology Conference Demonstrates Commitment To Growth Companies

Record 400 Public and Private Companies to Present at April 30-May 4

San Francisco Event



Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from JPMorgan H&Q

    SAN FRANCISCO, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The JPMorgan H&Q Technology
 Conference will mark its 29th year with the largest and most comprehensive
 session in its history.  The San Francisco-based Technology Conference is the
 annual event where companies that revolutionize the way we work and live
 through their products meet with current and potential investors.  The
 Conference will be held in San Francisco starting on Monday, April 30th
 through Friday, May 4th.
     Since 1972, the Tech Conference has been the place where the company's
 equity analysts provide insights about the technology industries and introduce
 pioneering CEOs and their companies to institutional and private investors.
 At this year's JPMorgan H&Q Technology Conference, a record 400 companies will
 tell their stories to more than 4,000 attendees from the financial and
 technology world.
     "We're launching the 2001 Tech Conference under a new corporate name, but
 our commitment is stronger than ever to growth, innovation and structural
 change in the technology business.  This conference has always been the place
 to see and be seen for the technology community," said Todd D. Baker, Director
 of North America Equity Research for JPMorgan H&Q.
     The former Chase H&Q became JPMorgan H&Q in January of this year, with the
 merger of J.P. Morgan and Chase Manhattan Corporation.  Hambrecht & Quist was
 acquired by Chase Manhattan in 1999.
     "As JPMorgan H&Q, we will be offering a broader array of financial
 products to our customers," said David G. Golden, Co Director of Investment
 Banking for JPMorgan H&Q.  "We now have the tools to meet the needs of
 technology companies in all phases of their business development, plus
 relationships in this arena that have been honed over our 30-plus years of
 investment banking for technology clients."
     The four-day Conference covers such varied fields as eBusiness, eFinance,
 Consumer Commerce, Internet Media, Applied Technologies, Energy Technologies,
 Communications Technologies, and Communications Services, Systems &
 Semiconductors.  A fifth day this year will focus exclusively on Asian
 technology companies.  The conference is by invitation.
     J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:   JPM) (www.jpmorganchase.com) is a premier
 global financial services firm with assets in excess of $705 billion and
 operations in over 60 countries.  The firm is a leader in investment banking,
 asset management, private equity, consumer banking, private banking,
 e-finance, and custody and processing services.  Headquartered in New York,
 J.P. Morgan Chase serves 32 million customers and over 5,000 corporate,
 institutional and government clients.
 
 

SOURCE JPMorgan H&Q
    SAN FRANCISCO, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The JPMorgan H&Q Technology
 Conference will mark its 29th year with the largest and most comprehensive
 session in its history.  The San Francisco-based Technology Conference is the
 annual event where companies that revolutionize the way we work and live
 through their products meet with current and potential investors.  The
 Conference will be held in San Francisco starting on Monday, April 30th
 through Friday, May 4th.
     Since 1972, the Tech Conference has been the place where the company's
 equity analysts provide insights about the technology industries and introduce
 pioneering CEOs and their companies to institutional and private investors.
 At this year's JPMorgan H&Q Technology Conference, a record 400 companies will
 tell their stories to more than 4,000 attendees from the financial and
 technology world.
     "We're launching the 2001 Tech Conference under a new corporate name, but
 our commitment is stronger than ever to growth, innovation and structural
 change in the technology business.  This conference has always been the place
 to see and be seen for the technology community," said Todd D. Baker, Director
 of North America Equity Research for JPMorgan H&Q.
     The former Chase H&Q became JPMorgan H&Q in January of this year, with the
 merger of J.P. Morgan and Chase Manhattan Corporation.  Hambrecht & Quist was
 acquired by Chase Manhattan in 1999.
     "As JPMorgan H&Q, we will be offering a broader array of financial
 products to our customers," said David G. Golden, Co Director of Investment
 Banking for JPMorgan H&Q.  "We now have the tools to meet the needs of
 technology companies in all phases of their business development, plus
 relationships in this arena that have been honed over our 30-plus years of
 investment banking for technology clients."
     The four-day Conference covers such varied fields as eBusiness, eFinance,
 Consumer Commerce, Internet Media, Applied Technologies, Energy Technologies,
 Communications Technologies, and Communications Services, Systems &
 Semiconductors.  A fifth day this year will focus exclusively on Asian
 technology companies.  The conference is by invitation.
     J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:   JPM) (www.jpmorganchase.com) is a premier
 global financial services firm with assets in excess of $705 billion and
 operations in over 60 countries.  The firm is a leader in investment banking,
 asset management, private equity, consumer banking, private banking,
 e-finance, and custody and processing services.  Headquartered in New York,
 J.P. Morgan Chase serves 32 million customers and over 5,000 corporate,
 institutional and government clients.
 
 SOURCE  JPMorgan H&Q

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