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Goldman rides tax inversions to top of M&A heap

Tax inversions have been, well, golden, for Goldman Sachs.

The investment bank has made more than any other Wall Street firm advising companies on the controversial acquisition deals that have enabled U.S. 466 more words


What Happens if J.P. Morgan Shuns the FHA?

Earlier this week, straight-talking J.P. Morgan chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon vented his frustration on an earnings call, threatening to stop doing all mortgage business with the… 661 more words

Slick Jamie Dimon - The Bankster’s Bankster

Dear Jamie,

First of all, as a loyal Chase customer let me congratulate you on the whopping 74 percent pay rise you received last year. According to the media, that’s a cool $20 million per annum, in addition to your base salary of $1.5 million. 2,747 more words


A Day in the Life of the JP Morgan Intern- Ken Jaroenchisakon

Let’s Go For A Summer Ride In JPMorgan

A few years ago being here was just a dream that seems so far out of reach. As a commercial banking marketing summer analyst, I am thrilled to share with you a glimpse of my journey that can’t be replicated in any lecture hall. 308 more words

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Chase Shareholder Can't Sue Jamie Dimon


MANHATTAN (CN) – A JPMorgan Chase shareholder jumped the gun in filing a derivative lawsuit against CEO Jamie Dimon in connection with “six recent, high-profile settlements with government agencies and private litigants arising out of allegations of egregious misconduct,” a federal judge ruled Wednesday. 329 more words


Is JPMorgan really ditching government homeownership programs?

Get ready for the bankers to say I told you so.

Earlier this week, on a conference call with analysts following its second quarter earnings, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said his bank was pulling back, and may ditch completely, FHA lending, a key government program meant to promote homeownership. 774 more words


Jamie Dimon: Companies should feel free to bail on the U.S.

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says he’s okay with companies using a hot tax dodge that could cost the U.S. tens of billions of dollars over the decade. 329 more words