JPMorgan’s Dimon Says Balance Sheet Built to Handle ‘Surprises’
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Jamie Dimon said the firm’s balance sheet is built to withstand unexpected incidents after the company last week announced a $2 billion trading loss.
“We maintain a fortress balance sheet to manage surprises and setbacks like this,” Dimon told shareholders today at their annual meeting in Tampa, Florida. “I’m confident when we’re done here we’ll be a stronger company.”
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