Jamie Dimon

JPMorgan wins shareholder support for executive pay plan. But there's a caveat


The 72% backing was the lowest approval rate for the resolution since 2015. An advisory firm criticized the bank's policy as too subjective.


Dimon, other CEOs would testify each year under Democratic bill


Draft legislation to make annual testimony mandatory for the chiefs of the largest banks was added to the agenda of a House Financial Services Committee hearing set for Thursday.


The rise of the next-gen bank CEO


A rapidly changing workforce and the proliferation of public and shareholder activists have fundamentally reshaped the job of running a bank.


JPMorgan's snarky tweet about financial wellness draws swift backlash


Bank critics and some lawmakers quickly seized on a tone-deaf posting by JPMorgan Chase that was designed to tout the virtues of saving money.


Dimon and the pay gap, 5G's impact on banking, new Comerica CEO: Top stories of the week


How Jamie Dimon's salary ties into the broader discussion about pay inequity; how 5G could change the future of banking; Comerica's first new CEO in 17 years; and more from this week's most-read stories.


What’s Jamie Dimon’s salary got to do with income inequality?


At a recent House hearing with large-bank CEOs, lawmakers’ focus on the compensation gap between the C-suite and lower-level employees echoed a broader discussion about pay inequity.


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.