On Wednesday, JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon told to Congress the bank will seek to claw back pay from senior bank executives responsible for recent $2 billion trading loss.
During the long discussions with lawmakers, Dimon expressed the regret over bank’s $2 billion trading loss, saying that “the board will review every single person involved in this case and figure out what’s appropriate.”
According to sources, the original estimated trading loss of $2 billion occurred at JPMorgan’s Chief Investment Office in April and May 2012.
On May 10, the company reported a loss of at least $2 billion in trades that Dimon said were “designed to hedge the bank’s overall credit risks”.
Many investigations were launched to investigate the risk management system and controls in place and operating at the firm.No tags for this post.