Stripping CEO Jamie Dimon of his chairman role at JPMorgan (JPM) is likely to hasten his...

Stripping CEO Jamie Dimon of his chairman role at JPMorgan (JPM) is likely to hasten his retirement from the bank, writes Charles Peabody, and shareholders might find the stock losing its premium valuation. "Is there someone with Mr. Dimon's talents capable of stepping into the breach?"

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  • DaLatin
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    JD and the wife restructured their entire JPM holdings into common shares an parked it in there Foundations in 2012. There ready if ...And, I'm wondering if JD does leave JPM if he'll join his Senate friends and run for that job ?
    8 Apr 2013, 11:30 AM Reply Like
  • Sam Liu
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    It's better to separate Chairman and CEO positions!
    8 Apr 2013, 11:41 AM Reply Like
  • DaLatin
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    He got caught lying to Congress,but, one side backed his poop ! JPM should can him & cut out the cancer he spread at JPM..
    8 Apr 2013, 11:47 AM Reply Like
  • Drawbridge20
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    To answer your question, Yes, I believe Michael J. Cavanagh would be the man to replace Mr. Dimon!
    8 Apr 2013, 11:56 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    Bring Jon Lovitz of SNL out of retirement. He might not know banking, but could cover the PR end of it with ease.
    8 Apr 2013, 12:27 PM Reply Like
  • russell26
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    Jamie Dimon is without doubt the best bank mamager working today.He saved the shareholders and depositors of Washington Mutual, he saved the shareholders and customers of Bear Stearns and in the process saved the US government billions by not having to bail out those institutions. He did not want TARP money, but was forced to take in anyway. All of that money has been repaid plus interest and dividends. Dimon was able to execute the banks performance despite difficult economic times primarily by having a very strong capital position going into the recession. He has done an excellent job of remedy for the trading losses. Mr Dimon has proven his ability the direct the bank in a number of different instances. No one can do it better than him.
    8 Apr 2013, 02:54 PM Reply Like
  • DaLatin
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    Not ! Give us a different b/s story ! He did it with gifted 0% money via the Treasury and Fed. And, the JPM subsids outside the US got almost as much via the FEDs secret mega pump that it took Freedom law suits all the way to the Supreme Court to just find out about it. Now you have to say Brian M saved Merril and all those banks. Was a gorge fest for bankster pensions and golden parachutes. Read Inspector Barofsky's book ! ( sp ?)
    8 Apr 2013, 03:31 PM Reply Like
  • louhorner
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    I heard Bernie Madoff may be getting out of prison early. He is the only one I know who could do what Jamie has done.
    9 Apr 2013, 04:31 AM Reply Like
  • Howard Hunt
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    This discussion isn't constructive. What would be...would be about what investors might do following JD's leaving the bank. He isn't going to be there forever.
    10 Apr 2013, 02:38 PM Reply Like
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