Saturday, May 12, 2012

JP Morgan leadership shows integrity(?)

Not sure what this is, but it looks surprisingly like a top banker showing integrity.
NEW YORK (AP) — JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says he does not know whether the bank broke any laws in the surprise $2 billion loss by one of its trading groups. In an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press," Dimon says regulators should look at the matter.


  1. That is the top banker in the US (sits on the Fed board as well as being CEO of JPM which holds the largest asset base of any bank in the world and much of it derivatives) who knows he owns the regulators who would be investigating his trading floor (SEC) using the best attitude recommended by his publicity handlers for popular consumption in the media.

    His bank is integral in the collapse and thieving of the "secured and separate" personal account money from MF Global earlier this year. Three gov't investigative bodies cannot come to find out how that happened even with all records turned over to them months ago.

    I see no honesty here. I see less integrity.

    1. Looked briefly like integrity, from the quick snapshot. The impression faded.