JPMorgan Chase CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon has come under a lot of pressure from shareholders recently to relinquish one of his two roles at the bank, though it now looks like he will come through the shareholder vote on the subject retaining both. Is this once-revered banking CEO really as bad for JPMorgan as many are claiming?
In the video below, Motley Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss Jamie Dimon and his role at JPMorgan, telling investors why the negative press Dimon is getting at the moment may be too much.
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