JAMES DIMON: JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Joined JP Morgan in: 2004
- JP Morgan Chase President and COO (2004-2005)
- Bank One Chairman and CEO (2000-2004)
- Smith Barney CEO
- Travelers Group President and COO (1993-1998)
- Citicorp President of Citigroup
- American Express Assistant to Sandy Weill
- Director and Member of Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee – The Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Trustee – The University of Chicago
- Former Chairman – Smith Barney Holdings, Inc.
- Chairman – The Clearing House LLC
- Director – Chicago Clearing House Association
- Vice Chairman – The Business Council
- Director – Catalyst, Inc.
- Former Director, Member of Audit Committee, Member of Nominating Committee, Member of Executive Committee and Member of Corporate Governance Committee – Yum! Brankds, Inc.
- Former Chairman and Chairman of Executive Committee – Bank One Corporation
- Chairman, Member of Stock Committee, Member of Executive Committee and Member of Operating Committee – JP Morgan Chase & Co.
- The Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Bank One Corporation
- JP Morgan Chase & Co.
- The University of Chicago
- Yum! Brands Inc.
- Harvard Business School
- Smith Barney Holdings, Inc.
- Bank One Wisconsin
- JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association
- Tufts University
- The Clearing House LLC
- Chicago Clearing House Association
- The Business Council
- Financial Services Roundtable
- Catalyst, Inc.
Tufts University ’78, B.A. Psychology and Economics
Harvard Business School ’82, MBABirthdate/Background
March 13, 1956: New York, NY
JP Morgan Chase & Co. Website (JPM)
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“There’s no part of the investment bank that is naturally stable.”
“If some unforeseen circumstance should put this firm at the risk of collapse, I believe we should be allowed to fail…The term ‘too big to fail’ must be excised from our vocabulary.”
“Buying a house and buying a house on fire are two different things.” (On JPMorgan’s initial offer to buy Bear Stearns for $2 a share)