JPMorgan Chase Elects Hobson to Board of Directors

JPMorgan Chase elected Mellody Hobson to its board of directors. Hobson will also join the boards of the company’s affiliates, including JPMorgan Chase Bank, Chase Bank and JPMorgan Chase Holdings.

JPMorgan Appoints Pinto, Smith as Co-COOs

Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith were appointed co-presidents and co-chief operating officers of JPMorgan Chase.

JPMorgan Beats Estimates Despite Tax Act Charge

JPMorgan Chase reported Q4/17 earnings of $4.23 billion were down 37% from $6.73 billion a year earlier. The bank noted the decrease included $2.4 billion of estimated net impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

JPMorgan Q1 Earnings Increase on Higher Revenue, Lower Provisioning

JPMorgan Chase reported Q1/17 net income of $6.45 billion, up 17% from $5.52 billion a year earlier. The bank noted revenue was up $1.5 billion and provision charges were down 28% helped by oil & gas releases.

SNL: JPM’s Dimon Highest-Paid U.S. Bank CEO in 2014

SNL Financial reported that in fiscal 2014, the highest paid U.S. Bank CEO was JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon, followed by John Stumpf of Wells Fargo.

JPMorgan’s Dimon Gets $37 million in Crisis-Era Options

Bloomberg reported that JPMorgan Chase will let Jamie Dimon collect about $37 million in stock options created during the financial crisis.

JPMorgan 2013: “Tale of Two Cities”

In his annual shareholder letter, Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase notes that the company’s 2013 performance could be characterized as the “Tale of Two Cities.”

Reuters: JPMorgan’s Dimon Says U.S. Banks Healthy, Europe Lagging

Reuters reported Jamie Dimon told a French newspaper European banks are lagging behind the U.S. banking industry, which has almost completely recovered from the global financial crisis.

NYT: JPMorgan Chase Will Give Dimon a Raise

The New York Times reported Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan chairman and chief executive, is getting a raise, a year after a trading blowup leading to millions of dollars being docked from Jamie Dimon’s paycheck.

Reuters: JPMorgan CEO Dimon Says Government Cases Were ‘Unfair’

Reuters reported JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said about government legal cases, including those over mortgage securities the company settled for more than $13 billion, were “unfair.”