Jamie Dimon

Bitcoin is not a 'fraud'


The comments by JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on bitcoin demonstrate a distinct lack of understanding of the reality that the virtual currency has an incredible value proposition.


Could Chinese regulators put an end to blockchain assets?


China’s crackdown on cryptocurrency exchanges raises questions about the future of digital asset innovation, a movement that some bankers view as a threat and others embrace as a boon to payments, P-to-P lending and other activities.


Banks consider spurning Equifax; Jamie hates bitcoin


Lenders aren’t happy with the way the credit bureau has responded to the data breach; JPM chief calls digital currency “a fraud.”


Dimon slams bitcoin: ‘It’s a fraud’


JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon predicted Tuesday that the market for bitcoin is on the verge of crashing, saying it was even worse than the infamous Dutch Tulip bubble.


Equifax hack sparks probes; mobile apps keep Houston banking


The FBI and at least two states are looking into the data breach; Harvey shut lots of banks, but mobile banking apps keep customers operating.


Bankers join opposition to Trump’s termination of DACA


JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America were among those institutions speaking out about President Trump's plan to terminate legal protections for young, undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children.


Block hate groups? It’s not so simple


Payment processors and banks are being called on to cut off funds to white supremacist groups, but there are practical and legal limits to what firms can do.


Money laundering risk rises; bias charge at Goldman


Basel Institute says enforcement is the problem; wealth advisor says bank steered clients away from her to white colleagues and blocked her promotion.


Pressure's off Dimon as Trump business councils disband


The CEO of JPMorgan Chase served on President Trump's strategic and policy forum, one of two councils that are now being dissolved, and had drawn criticism for sticking with it.


JPMorgan's Dimon joins U.S. CEOs condemning Virginia violence


JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon joined U.S. corporate leaders in denouncing racial intolerance as the pressure heats up on them to challenge President Trump on social and other policy matters. However, Dimon remains on a key presidential advisory group.