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What to watch for in a week of Wall Street’s biggest earnings

by Wall Street Job Report on January 14, 2014

US banks, facing penalties from bad behavior amid a tougher regulations, are still grappling with the new financial landscape created by the financial crisis. This week, the six largest banks in the US update investors on their progress with their (…)

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JPMorgan Chase Inquiry Reveals Status Quo After Financial Crisis

by Wall Street Job Report on March 19, 2013

We’ve been told that so many times since the near-death experiences of the financial crisis. Bankers and regulators have flipped roles: Now it’s the bankers who are cautious and their overseers who are aggressive.

JPMorgan Chase Names Craig Delany Chief Investment Officer

by Wall Street Job Report on September 6, 2012

JPMorgan Chase & Co named senior mortgage executive Craig Delany to head its chief investment office more than three months after the discovery of a wayward derivatives trade in the division that caused at least $5.8 billion in losses.

Will JP Morgan’s “Whale” of a Loss Be a Killer For Other Banks?

by Wall Street Job Report on May 16, 2012

A Congressional committee announced plans on Monday to hold yet another hearing on the Volcker rule.

Wall Street Week in Review 5/11/2012: JP Morgan Chase hit with $2billion loss, Goldman Unwinds Hedge Fund Bets ahead of Volcker Rule

by Kyle Colona on May 11, 2012

JPMorgan Reports $2Billion Loss JP Morgan reported after the trading day yesterday a $2 billion loss in its Chief Investment Office. CEO Jamie Dimon attributed this whopper to hedges of “synthetic credit securities.” Perhaps the bank should have stuck with (…)

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