Jamie Dimon has been the talk of the town as reports on Thursday showed that he is likely to be Secretary of the Treasury in the administration of the recently-elected Republican Donald Trump. But even after the 2016 US Presidential election concludes, the CEO of JPMorgan as well as his peers from Wall Street already sees a huge development in the stock market.
GAO suggested financial regulators to disclose more information on their crisis policy framework. While five large banks do not have enough plan to manage operation during crisis.
AIG has announced in January planning for spinning off its mortgage insurer unit United Guaranty, following pressure from the shareholders. Following the announcement, Standard & Poor’s, a credit rating agency has downgraded its rating with specific reasoning. The mortgage insurer of AIG has disclosed through a regulatory filing that it intends to go for an initial public offering.
JPMorgan board has announced the approval of $1.88 billion buy-backs in stock. The recent buy back decision follows its earlier precedence of repurchasing stock for $6.4 billion. The board has allowed flexibility in timeframe and quantity of purchased shares or even pulling out from the decision at company’s own discretion.
As Costco will replace its credit card from Amex to Citigroup, a new leader credit card will emerge. Chase will take over the throne of sales volume from Amex.
JPMorgan Chase & Co has stopped working on the planned initial public offering of Chinese firm Tianhe Chemicals as US regulators continue its probe of the bank's hiring practices in China, Reuters reported.
As far as investment banking fees go, Bank of America outperformed JPMorgan Chase & Co since it acquired Merrill Lynch & Co in 2008, Bloomberg reported.
The Municipal Securities Rule-making Board has released draft rules today aimed at tightening the standards that govern the conduct of firms that give advice to public officials regarding their municipal bonds.
Investment bank JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to a $2.6 billion settlement with the US government and victims of the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme. Government prosecutors alleged that JPMorgan failed to share its suspicions of fraud at Madoff's fund with the US authorities.
Financial information provider SNL Financial in a report said that the five largest lenders in US control 44.2% of the industry's assets. JPMorgan Chase & Co, Bank of America,Citigroup,Wells Fargo & Co, and US Bancorp have a total of $6.46 trillion in assets.
Harbinger Capital Partners, controlled by American investor Philip Falcone, has asked the US Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan to reject Dish Network Corp.'s $2.2 billion takeover bid for bankrupt satellite firm LightSquared Inc.
JPMorgan Chase & Co settled a lawsuit brought against it by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh involving the losses it sustained from mortgage securities it bought from the bank, Bloomberg reported.
IMS Health Holdings, which is backed by private equity fund TPG Capital Funds LP, Leonard Green & Partners LP and pension fund Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, said in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it intends to raise as much as $100 million in a listing at the New York Stock Exchange.
LightSquared, which has been in bankruptcy last year, may get $2 billion to $2.5 billion in financing backed by Fortress Investment Group. JPMorgan Chase & Co. in talks with lenders, who would need to commit by January 8.
New York, US-based multinational private equity firm Blackstone Group LP acquired a minority stake in Edens shopping center in a deal valued at $718 million.