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CR316 Chase Spanish Glossary: Effective August 12, 2016 1 VOICE OF CHASE This glossary provides the approved Spanish translation of Key Financial Terms* to deliver a consistent language experience for our Spanish speaking customers. * A term of crucial importance with a legal regard or implication, where an incorrect or inconsistent translation would provide material, financial, reputational or regulatory risk to the bank. Spanish Glossary
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CR316 Chase Spanish Glossary: Effective August 12, 2016 2 Introducing the Chase Spanish Glossary The Chase Spanish Glossary provides the translation for many banking and financial terms used by the Consumer and Community Banking Lines of Business. It also includes the language used by our chase.com en español site. The Glossary is designed to help us provide a consistent experience for our Spanish speaking customers. The translation and appropriate context of these terms has been approved by each business, and Legal and Compliance partners to ensure the accuracy of meaning and/or appropriate legal context of translated terms. The Chase Spanish Glossary is used by all businesses, branches, vendors and functions providing in-language communications on behalf of JPMorgan Chase for all communications including written, spoken or in digital formats. The terminology standards included in this glossary replace any variations that may exist in other glossaries or documents. Using the glossary While translated terms are shown using their most common syntax (plural/singular,masculine/feminine, noun/adjective/verb), adjustments may be required by the writer depending on the context or sentence structure to make the meaning accurate. Word within brackets specify the term’s context, rather than being part of the term itself, e.g. “affiliate [company, corporation context]”. If an exact glossary translation alters the meaning of a word, you should seek guidance from the CCB Translation Services team through the mailbox: [email protected] . Updating the glossary To recommend additions to the Spanish Glossary or if you have questions about existing terminology, you can email the [email protected] mailbox with the specifics of your request. Updated glossaries will be republished by CCB Translation Services in March, July and November of each year to coordinate with the Enterprise Release schedule.
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CR316 Chase Spanish Glossary: Effective August 12, 2016 3 ENGLISH SPANISH TRANSLATION ABA number número ABA ABA/SWIFT lookup guide guía de búsqueda de número ABA/SWIFT acceptance of this agreement aceptación de este contrato account holder titular de la cuenta account number número de cuenta account statement estado de cuenta accrual of finance charge acumulación de cargo financiero accrued interest charge cargo por intereses acumulados a check that cleared through your account un cheque que se cobró en su cuenta adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) hipoteca de tasa ajustable (ARM) adjusted rate tasa ajustada adjuster's report informe del tasador adjustment interval
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