We believe three weeks is adequate time for the Treasury to announce -- and for us to implement -- a new planTwo U.S. banks suspend foreclosures Feb 13, 2009
We feel well-positioned to handle the turbulent environment and, most importantly, to continue to invest in our businesses and serve our clients wellJP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo defy odds Oct 15, 2008
There are only a handful of people in the world who have the knowledge and relationships that he hasBlair joining JPMorgan Chase as adviser Jan 10, 2008
We are confident earnings will continue to improve, unless there is further material economic deteriorationExecutive Business Briefing Jan 16, 2002
We don't think there are cases where people were evicted out of homes when they shouldn't have been49 states to review foreclosure cases Oct 13, 2010
James "Jamie" Dimon (born March 13, 1956) is the current CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co, and previously served as a Class A director of the Board of Directors of the New York Federal Reserve, a three year term which started January 2007. Dimon was named to Time Magazine′s 2006, 2008 and 2009 lists of the world's 100 most influential people.
James "Jamie" Dimon was born in New York City, to Theodore and Themis Dimon, of Anatolian Greek descent and attended Browning School.
Later, he majored in psychology and economics at Tufts University, before earning an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School along with fellow classmates Jeffrey Immelt and Seth Klarman. Upon his graduation in 1982, Sandy Weill convinced him to turn down offers from Goldman Sachs, where he worked the previous summer, and Morgan Stanley to join him as an assistant at American Express.