Last Updated: 05 Mar, 2023 | Views: 3826
Other Profession(s): Business Men, Banker
Famous For: Chief Executive Officer of JPMorgan Chase
Higher Education: BA, MBA
Net Worth: $1.7 Billion
Jamie Dimon, a well-known chief executive officer, was born in New York City. JP Morgan Chase & Co., one of the Big Four American banks, is governed by Jamie Dimon, who also serves as chairman and CEO. Jamie has an older brother named Peter as well as his twin brother Ted as children. Jamie started his career as an employee of "American Express," when Sandy Weill was the bank's president. Jamie is one of the top-paid CEOs in the United States. Jamie worked as a Goldman Sachs intern while studying at Harvard Business School. In 1982, he earned his degree as a Baker Scholar.
Jamie was CEO of "Bank One Corporation," the fifth-largest bank in the United States, which "JPMorgan Chase" later bought.
Jamie served as the Business Roundtable's chairman and a representative on the Business Council.
As Weill's assistant, Jamie worked from 1982 to 1985. At American Express, Weill served as president.
From 1996 to 1997, he also held the positions of chairman and CEO at "Smith Barney."
Jamie and Weill founded the financial services juggernaut "Citigroup" in 1998.
Jamie's compensation was decreased by $11.5 million as a result of the "London Whale" losses. He later expressed regret to the stockholders of "JPMorgan Chase."
Achievements and Awards:
Jamie is on the New York University of Medicine's board of trustees.
Jamie received a salary of $23.1 million from "JPMorgan Chase & Co." in 2011, making him the highest-paid bank CEO.
Jamie received a diagnosis of throat cancer in 2014, which he claimed was treatable.