JPMorgan Said to Consider Clawing Back Bonuses After LossLaura Marcinek, Donal Griffin and Dawn Kopecki
JPMorgan Chase & Co., the biggest U.S. bank, will consider reclaiming incentive pay from employees including former Chief Investment Officer Ina Drew after her unit had a $2 billion trading loss, said two senior executives.
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