JPMorgan Chase

Jamie Dimon's pay kept steady at $31.5 million for 2020


The JPMorgan Chase CEO's total compensation went unchanged at $31.5 million for his work in 2020, a year in which a global pandemic roiled the economy and caused banks to set aside billions to cover future bad loans.


Fintechs competing unfairly with banks, Dimon says


JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon fired a warning shot Friday at financial technology upstarts such as Chime and Plaid.


JPMorgan Chase releases $3 billion of credit reserves, beats profit estimates


Strong trading and investment banking fees also contributed to a 42% increase in profit to $12.1 billion in the fourth quarter.


Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan paused PAC giving to rethink its donations


Jamie Dimon said the reason JPMorgan Chase paused donations from its political action committee is to give the biggest U.S. bank time to reevaluate how it contributes to campaigns following last week's deadly siege on the Capitol.


Citigroup, JPMorgan pause political donations in wake of D.C. riots


The actions follow earlier announcements from Marriott International, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Commerce Bancshares, which said they are suspending financial support for all lawmakers who voted against certifying Joe Biden's election as president.


JPMorgan in talks with China bank on wealth venture


JPMorgan Chase is seeking to establish another Chinese joint venture in wealth management as the nation's financial opening has spurred a rush by global banks to capture a piece of a market that is estimated to grow to as much as $30 trillion in 2023.


Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan health venture to shut next month


The planned shutdown of Haven at the end of next month marks the close of an ambitious effort that brought together titans of technology and finance but struggled to demonstrate meaningful results.


JPMorgan Chase to buy credit card loyalty platform cxLoyalty


JPMorgan Chase is buying Stamford, Conn.-based cxLoyalty, a major credit card loyalty platform, in a bid to enrich its own card loyalty programs when travel resumes following the global pandemic.


Santa visits, celebrity chefs: Banks build loyalty with virtual events


The pandemic has forced Bank of America, Chase, PCSB and other banks to find new ways to maintain connections with their customers and communities.


JPMorgan’s Lee Raymond to exit board after scrutiny over climate


Raymond, the former Exxon Mobil boss who has been on the bank's board for more than three decades, notified JPMorgan Chase of his intention to resign effective Dec. 31, according to a regulatory filing.