Jamie Dimon

Insights — including Dimon’s sour take on mortgages — from JPMorgan’s 1Q


JPMorgan Chase's banner quarter didn't stop executives from warning that the pause in rate hikes could crimp profits, or from hinting that the bank might downsize its mammoth mortgage operation.


Guns, CECL and 'too big to manage': Big-bank CEOs on Hill


A House Financial Services Committee hearing featuring seven large-bank CEOs tackled a host of contentious subjects, as Republicans and Democrats sparred over whether such institutions are simply too big.


Big-bank CEOs head to the lion's den


The congressional hearing will be ripe with opportunities for lawmakers to raise flags on issues of diversity, deregulation and social policy.


Trump to nominate Cain to Fed; Dimon calls for mortgage reforms


He would be the second controversial pick by the president to join the central bank in the past few weeks; the JPM CEO said there are too many “onerous and unnecessary” rules.


A 'Marshall Plan for America:' Takeaways from Jamie Dimon's shareholder letter


The CEO of the nation's largest bank urged policymakers to ease capital rules for banks and tackle inefficiencies in the housing markets, while offering bold ideas of his own on education and health care.


Dimon sees recent volatility as harbinger of things to come


Jamie Dimon, in his 51-page annual letter to shareholders, warned investors to get ready for more wild rides like the one that upended markets at the end of last year.


Which bank CEOs received the biggest raises in 2018?


Jamie Dimon remains the highest-paid chief executive, but his 5% pay raise was smaller than that of at least five of his counterparts. Here's what CEOs of 13 large and regional banks earned last year, based on recent proxy filings.


Dimon says European banks need cross-border mergers to compete


European banks need to look beyond their home countries for mergers in order to tap the region's full economic power and become more competitive, JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said.


Welcome to Operation Choke Point 2.0


Banks once again are finding themselves in the political crosshairs over customers they finance, but this time it’s community activists, not the government, leading the charge.


JPMorgan's Dimon: Square innovated where we should have


The CEO of the nation's biggest bank gave the fintech props for revolutionizing payments and then building off its success to provide a whole range of services to small-business clients.