Jamie Dimon

Dimon alarmed that foreigners with advanced degrees can’t stay


The remarks in the JPMorgan shareholder letter come as President Donald Trump seeks to make good on a campaign promise to crack down on work visas that let companies enlist skilled foreign workers.


What Dimon had to say about fintech in his annual letter


The JPMorgan CEO detailed the bank's $9.5 billion technology budget, forthcoming upgrades, and more.


Megabanks lead fight to curtail influence of ‘social impact’ investors


Investors concerned about the impact on banking of climate change, the pay gap and ethics matters are pushing back against a coalition of the heads of the biggest U.S. banks and other public companies that wants to limit small investors’ access to proxy ballots.


Dimon's challenge: Turning staid CEO club into lobbying power


Jamie Dimon is trying to transform what has long been seen as a sleepy Washington club for CEOs into a lobbying powerhouse.


Dimon says Trump has reawakened 'animal spirits'


Jamie Dimon said President Trump's economic agenda has ignited U.S. business and consumer confidence and he expects at least some of the administration's proposals to be enacted.


Dimon on M&A: ‘There are still too many banks’


Regulators ought to make it easier for smaller institutions to merge, the CEO of the country's largest said Tuesday.


Banks are losing the political long game


At the very least, President Trump's executive order on Dodd-Frank is liable to make it tougher to reach compromise on regulatory reform. In the long run, it's helping to push Democrats further to the left.


Bankers grapple with Trump's 'America First' trade agenda


Bank CEOs have recently raised red flags about the president's protectionist rhetoric, including his proposals to tax imports from China and Mexico. The concerns have arisen as import-export financing is already facing headwinds.


Mnuchin on the Hill; FHA mortgage loan volume rises as risk grows


Treasury Secretary-designate Steven Mnuchin fended off questions about his past investments and foreclosure practices while discussing policy matters at his Senate confirmation hearing; FHA mortgage bond volume is starting to hit worrisome levels.


JPMorgan boosts Dimon’s annual pay 3.7% to $28 million


JPMorgan Chase increased Chief Executive Jamie Dimon’s compensation by 3.7% for last year as the bank’s stock advanced 31%.