WSJ: J.P. Morgan’s Dimon, Ex-Ally Settle Hiring Dispute
The Wall Street Journal reported JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive James Dimon and a former top lieutenant agreed to a multimillion-dollar resolution of a hiring dispute involving the largest U.S. lender, a giant private-equity firm and two Wall Street veterans.
The Journal said further Frank Bisignano, a former ally of Dimon who left the bank last April to run a payment processor — First Data — owned by private-equity firm KKR, agreed with KKR that his firm will pay millions to JPMorgan, citing a source familiar with the situation. First Data is expected to pay less than $10 million to the bank, according to the Journal source.
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