Jamie Dimon

Dimon returns to work; Fannie, Freddie may need bailout if lockdown persists


The CEO says he is getting stronger and working remotely; if the lockdown lasts several months, the GSEs may need a bailout, FHFA head Mark Calabria says.


Banks wrestle with coronavirus challenges; Swedbank’s AML fine


Some banks have closed branches or restricted access and bank tech resources are being overwhelmed; bank pays a record SKr4 billion ($400 million) for issues.


Fed again moves to calm markets; Dimon out of hospital


The central bank will inject $1.5 trillion into the money market, including buying more longer-term bonds; JPMorgan says its CEO “is doing very well” as he recovers from heart surgery.


Dimon’s emergency surgery puts spotlight on JPMorgan’s bench


Potential replacements for the bank's longtime CEO include consumer banking chief Gordon Smith, investment banking head Daniel Pinto, Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Piepszak and consumer lending CEO Marianne Lake.


Dimon has emergency heart surgery; Waters wants two off Wells' board


The JPM CEO is “recovering well” as the bank’s two co-presidents assume control; the House finance chairwoman says the bank board members neglected their duty.


JPMorgan CEO Dimon has heart surgery; Pinto, Smith step in


JPMorgan Chase & Co. said Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon underwent emergency heart surgery and that it’s placing co-Presidents Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith in charge during his recuperation.


Dimon ‘open-minded’ on deals; CFPB would permit ‘zombie’ debt collection


JPMorgan would consider buying other businesses; collectors would be allowed to pursue debt past the statute of limitations, if they warn borrowers.


JPMorgan rejects calls to disclose lending’s impact on climate


Activist investors say the lender's words on combating climate change have not matched its actions. But the company argues that requests to put climate resolutions to a shareholder vote amounts to micromanagement.


Climate activists want former Exxon chief off JPMorgan's board


Few people are in a position to influence Jamie Dimon, the chief executive who turned JPMorgan Chase into the biggest U.S. bank. The longtime climate skeptic who turned Exxon Mobil into the biggest U.S. oil company is one of them.


FICO gets tougher on credit scores; Goldman pushes diversity


The changes will mean a bigger gap between the best and worst borrowers; the bank will require companies they take public to have a ‘diverse’ board member.