This CNBC.com link is from Oct 31 2022.
I doubt they'll ever reach market control levels.
When I talked to one of their private client bankers back in 2015 or so, he showed me an internal presentation where Chase wanted to be a relationship bank where they could accomodate you no matter where you are in life... basically as you "grow" they have products that fit wherever you are on that timeline. This I think is spot on with that goal.
There's been some big articles about the internal fights in Chase about CCs vs other payment methods, I don't know how it will wind up but Chase is not a stupid bank imo, maybe not the absolute market leader but they recognize when they need to change fairly quickly. My own employer somewhat recently announced some layoffs / restructuring, that should've happened years ago but the execs were just asleep at the switch. Chase doesn't strike me as having that problem watching them over time.
I have a rental property which I just outsource to a property management company for 10% of rental income (which is probably a bit high I think the historical average is like 8.34%); if Chase or anyone builds a better mousetrap I'll take that FWIW.