The icon of the 2010s
A case by Hong Kong’s ICAC against an individual on bribery charges is another example of Asia-Pacific regulators targeting the person as well as the institution.
JPMorgan's JD is still down the pay scale compared with Christianity's JC.
US banking inches closer to ESG alignment
JPMorgan Chase to stop financing private prisons; Aspiration shows values-based banking model.
Staying committed to a region where deal flow sometimes stops overnight is tough for an international investment bank. Local firms and the few foreign competitors that have stuck around hope to benefit from any upturn in business. The in-and-outers might find it hard to get back.
Bankers weigh in on JPM’s new digital coin
JPMorgan announced that it will be the first American bank to launch its own digital currency, but what to other bankers think of it?
Sideways: JPM Coin – to ubiquity and beyond!
JPMorgan is trying to advance its master plan for global fintech domination with a discipline that is often lacking in a sector better known for wildly over-promising than actually delivering practical solutions.
JPM Coin competes with the Federal Reserve as much as with Ripple
JPMorgan says that its new dollar stablecoins are collateralized against client dollar deposits but it also emphasizes its own strong balance sheet as surety.
Private banking architects: Mary Callahan Erdoes – broadening clients’ investment horizons
Mary Callahan Erdoes of JPMorgan speaks to Euromoney about being the port in the storm during the financial crisis and opening up the private wealth market to the whole investment industry.
The Euromoney 25: Class of 2018
Which bank chief executives are raising a glass to a successful 12 months? How are the newcomers to the party settling in? Who’s hiding in the corner, drowning their sorrows? And will 2019 be a year of feast or famine? Euromoney reveals all in its progress reports for the Class of 2018
JPMorgan: Master of all trades
The bank has gone from strength to strength and its tech firepower makes it hard to dislodge.
Transaction services: JPMorgan exec aims for top league-table spot
JPM wants to become the top transaction bank in the world – Takis Georgakopoulos, global head of treasury services, tells Euromoney how the bank will do it.
With 75 banks signed up in late September, IIN is already approaching 100 banks convinced that blockchain is the best, safest and quickest way to resolve blocked cross-border payments.
Executive director of community innovation for JPMorgan
Macaskill on markets: JPMorgan’s Spinal Tap problem
The smooth chief executive transition at Goldman Sachs will increase scrutiny on the potential succession to Jamie Dimon at JPMorgan.
Awards for Excellence 2018
Country Awards: Asia – Korea best investment bank
Country Awards: CEE – Russia best investment bank
A new golden age for banking?
Good, sustainable returns for shareholders are finally in sight, 10 years after the global financial crisis.
Banks versus fintechs #2: Tension builds with regtech innovation
Banks face a payments dilemma of either collaborating with fintechs or developing systems in-house, and the same issue is now arising in the approach to regulation and the best way to digitize compliance. On the banks’ side, there have been pushes forward. For example, JPMorgan has developed its Data Once platform to streamline know-your-customer compliance.
FX Survey 2018
Press release: JPMorgan takes top ranking
CSR: Time's up for finance's gender pay gap
Gender pay gap disclosure has arrived in the banking industry, but a movement that aims to bring gender equality across the whole financial sector is just beginning. Euromoney speaks to some of the pioneers.
FX: Execution leads liquidity as biggest issue for traders – JPMorgan
Electronic trading on the up since Mifid II – JPMorgan
JPMorgan’s annual institutional e-trading survey shows rising appetite for mobile trading, but growth in algo execution has been slower than anticipated.
US banks face more taxing issues than meets the eye
While tax reform charges make a bad year worse for US banks, the timing of the law sets the scene for better results in 2018. But the fundamentals may not change: trading is bad, financing is good.
US bank CEOs hail boost to economy from tax cuts
Alternative awards for the year 2017
JPMorgan: Plugging the gaps
No one doubts JPMorgan's global influence, but it still needs to fill some holes in its corporate bank.
Banking: What Asia league tables tell us as the year draws to a close
JPMorgan has been agreeably dull in Asia lately: no dramatic new strategy, no groundbreaking diversions, just steadily earning money.
Pay equity: Closing the gap
Banks face lawsuits over pay inequity as regulators now take diversity into their own hands.
Custody goes cutting-edge
And the big three – State Street, JPMorgan and BNY Mellon – will only be stronger.
Dimon in the rough: bitcoin gets a thrashing
JPMorgan's CEO finds it hard to shake a habit.
As JPMorgan’s head of markets execution, David Hudson has an ambitious mandate to bring technological innovation and a willingness to fail to the heart of the investment bank, but why is he “obsessed” with Amazon?
The chief executives of US banks have spent so long complaining about regulations that they can scarcely believe their luck at the impending relaxation.
Awards for Excellence 2017
Latin America’s best bank for financing 2017: JPMorgan
Middle East's best bank for advisory 2017: JPMorgan
JPMorgan Corporate Challenge: Running the numbers
Asia: Indonesia’s side of the JPMorgan row
FX: 2017 to be the year of algos, says JPMorgan
Demand for FX algos is on the rise as asset managers seek to take greater control over order execution, according to a JPMorgan survey.
Indonesia’s JPMorgan rebuke hurts the country
FX: Start-up BestX wins first bank client with JPMorgan
JPMorgan’s decision to adopt a newly launched trade analytics service for its market-leading currencies business highlights the need for independent validation of execution quality in foreign exchange, according to the service’s co-founders.
Asia: Banning JPMorgan won’t help Indonesia
Banking: CEOs call for regulatory harmony, time to digest change
Brexit threatens eurozone, but region still crucial to global banks.
Dimon comes up Trumps
Has Jamie Dimon been taking public speaking lessons from Donald Trump? Watching a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Institute of International Finance (IIF) in Washington recently, where he sat alongside Mike Corbat and James Gorman, you'd be forgiven for thinking so.
Dimon, Corbat and Gorman talk Brexit
The topic of Brexit was never going to be far from the minds of delegates at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the Institute of International Finance, both being held this week in Washington, DC. And on Friday afternoon, delegates got a chance to hear the views of three vocal US bank chief executives — Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan, Mike Corbat of Citi and James Gorman of Morgan Stanley.
JPMorgan repo retreat shows cost of rule changes
US bank winds down GCF business; concern over BNY Mellon dominance.
Real Estate Survey 2016: Press release
JPMorgan climbs to top of global real estate. Asian developers dominate the 2016 Euromoney real estate survey, but the biggest changes are revealed among the global banks providing real estate finance.
JPMorgan private bank head retires
Phil Di Iorio, global chief executive of JPMorgan Private Bank, has announced he is retiring at the end of the year.
Awards for Excellence 2016
JPMorgan moved up to dominate in Euromoney’s 14th survey of fixed income research providers, winning the overall credit research category and overall trade ideas, having placed second in both categories last year.
Fintech 2016: OnDeck seeks scale through international expansion
The decision last year by JPMorgan, America’s biggest bank, to outsource underwriting and servicing of small business loans to OnDeck in a pilot white-labelling deal, looked like a watershed event in the nine-year history of marketplace lending.
The curious case of JPMorgan and the $9 Iran trade
When Iran Air needed some Boeing spare parts before sanctions were lifted, JPMorgan took the US side of the trade. Why and how?
JPMorgan’s results a warning to investment bank shareholders
Fintech: US non-bank lenders close in on mortgages
JPMorgan teams up with On Deck Capital; SoFi lends $4.5 billion in 2015.
Off Message: Getting on the bus
This column’s author had an inside view of the Chemical/Chase merger 20 years ago.
Lessons from Chemical/Chase: the birth of global banking
Remembering Jimmy Lee
Private banking CEO of the year 2015: JPMorgan's Di Iorio
European liquidity boosts JPMorgan Private Bank
Phil Di Iorio, CEO of JPMorgan Private Bank, talks about where his firm is seeing growth from around the globe.
Private banking CIO outlook 2015: JPMorgan Private Bank
Richard Madigan, chief investment officer at JPMorgan Private Bank, shares his views on oil-price surprises, and euro-exit and geopolitical concerns for the year ahead.
Macaskill on markets: Sunset approaches for the Sun King
Trading up to Carlyle
Macaskill on markets: JPMorgan bids up industry legal costs
Litigation cost estimates for investment banks are being revised sharply upwards after JPMorgan shocked peers by revealing that it had set aside $23 billion of legal reserves, then agreed a $13 billion settlement of outstanding mortgage claims with the US authorities.
Analysts shed crocodile tears over JPMorgan
Post-crisis, you can’t just run a bank in the interests of shareholders.
Macaskill on markets: JPMorgan needs a president, not a new chairman
Jamie Dimon comfortably survived an attempt to split his combined chairman and CEO role at JPMorgan, which will allow him to set the terms of his eventual departure from the bank. He should start by appointing a president to give a potential successor a trial run.
JPMorgan: Double Dimon’s number’s up
Jamie Dimon’s dual role at JPMorgan has lost its sparkle and is past its sell-by date.
Inside JPMorgan's $2 billion loss-making CIO division
As JPMorgan's losses in credit derivatives are revealed, Euromoney columnist Jon Macaskill reveals just how the CIO division worked and the positions it took - and warns that other houses on Wall Street could try to make their rivals' losses worse.