Jamie Dimon

PNC on M&A, API call uptick, next in GSE reform: Top stories of the week


The Pittsburgh company is not interested in bank acquisitions, CEO Demchak says; why Citi, Wells, JPMorgan are seeing a spike in API calls; FHFA's Mark Calabria details next steps on GSE reform; and more from this week's most-read stories.


JPM prepping for zero rates; N.J. to pressure banks on guns


Dimon doesn’t expect it to happen, but the bank is getting ready just in case; the state will require banks to disclose their relationship with gun sellers.


Dimon: Treasury’s GSE plan ‘going in the right direction’


JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said at an investor conference that the Trump administration's plan for Fannie and Freddie would provide more opportunities for financial institutions. He also called for an end to the U.S.-China trade war and weighed in on the prospect of interest rates falling to zero.


What's next for OnDeck after breakup with JPMorgan?


The online lender is counting on other arrangements with banks — and perhaps even a bank charter of its own — to help recover from the loss of a key partnership.


Equifax may be ready to settle; No hint of Dimon’s eventual successor


Firm will pay $700 million to settle issues stemming from data breach; don’t expect JPM CFO Jennifer Piepszak, or anyone else, to be named heir apparent.


JPMorgan won’t let revenue risks curtail expansion plan


The likelihood of Fed rate cuts is causing banks to plan for less net interest income, but it would be a mistake for JPMorgan to back off its move into new markets and tech investments, Jamie Dimon says.


JPMorgan warns that lending income will fall in the second half


Granted, the bank's earnings per share topped estimates in the second quarter, but its forecast on net interest income suggests it will be harder for JPMorgan Chase to offset declining revenue from trading stocks and bonds.


Banks nearly have REO monkey off their backs a decade after crisis


Lenders have reduced their holdings of foreclosed one- to four-unit family residences to roughly $2.6 billion of homes, down from more than $14 billion in 2010. Economists expect the trend to continue, but there are red flags to keep an eye on.


Warren tells Dimon to stop 'exploiting' with forced arbitration


Sen. Elizabeth Warren blasted Jamie Dimon for reviving a policy that pushes JPMorgan Chase's credit card customers into arbitration to resolve disputes instead of the courts.


Dimon to Bank of America: We're coming for you


"We're going right at Bank of America, folks, in Charlotte, their hometown," JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said to cheers and laughter at a branch opening in midtown Manhattan. "We've been waiting a long time to start the expansion of Chase retail."