Posts Tagged “JP Morgan Chase”
by Kyle Colona on October 2, 2012
The next wave of legal actions in the mortgage sector is underway as the New York Attorney General filed a civil lawsuit late yesterday against JP Morgan Chase in connection with residential mortgage backed securities the firm acquired in the (…)
by Kyle Colona on August 1, 2012
One of the leading proponents of the “one-stop shopping” bank model, Sanford (Sandy) Weill has added his voice to the “break up the banks” choir. Mr. Weill was the chief architect of the Citigroup/Travelers behemoth. In a recent interview on (…)
by Kyle Colona on July 30, 2012
A recent management shakeup at JPMorgan reportedly had nothing to do with the bank’s trading loss. But what does it mean for Jamie Dimon?
by Kyle Colona on July 17, 2012
Federal regulators are probing deeper to determine whether involved JPMorgan employees intended to defraud investors by obscuring losses.
by Kyle Colona on July 12, 2012
How federal regulators may have missed the multi-billion trading loss in synthetic credit swaps at JP Morgan Chase.
by Kyle Colona on June 28, 2012
Continued reporting of JP Morgan’s losses on the synthetic credit swaps that could now reach $9 billion.
by The Compliance Exchange on June 27, 2012
After calling for JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon to step down from his position on the board of the New York Federal Reserve, Simon Johnson, former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), launched a petition to have Dimon removed from the post.
by The Compliance Exchange on June 15, 2012
JPMorgan Chase (JPM) Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon enjoys a reputation as a risk-averse manager who conducts exhaustive reviews of operations in every corner of the bank.
Oppenheimer Funds Settles with SEC for $35 Million (and four other top compliance matters on June 7, 2012)
by Kyle Colona on June 7, 2012
OCC conceded regulatory lapse in JP Morgan $2billion swap loss,
FEDS sign MOU re consumer finance, Egan Jones sues SEC.
by Jon Lewin on May 22, 2012
JPMorgan Chase’s recent trading loss provided new ammunition for Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman Gary Gensler, who called it a “stark reminder” of the need for tougher rules on international trading, CNN Money reports. “The largest U.S. bank, JPMorgan Chase, (…)