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Jamie Dimon And JPMorgan Chase Try To Escape The London Whale

Published on September 19, 2013 By admin

The following article is brought to you by Nathan Vardi at Forbes.Com Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co., is working overtime to try to extricate the nation’s biggest bank from a regulatory and prosecutorial mess that stretches from Washington to London over missteps like the $6 billion in trading losses the […]

The real-life costs behind the JPM ‘Cult of Jamie’

Published on September 19, 2013 By admin

The following article is brought to you by John Crudele at NYPost.Com Dear John: It seems we have underestimated the amount that Jamie Dimon has cost shareholders. JPMorgan Chase has been assessed an additional $680 million-plus in fines — most of that for the so-called “whale trade” in London but also $80 million for identity […]

Elizabeth Warren & Ben Bernanke Q & A – July 18, 2013

Published on July 22, 2013 By admin

I’m sorry I’ve been very busy and haven’t posted anything in a while. I have a lot of things that I will post soon, but I thought this was the most important thing that I needed to post. The most important part of this video starts at about the 4th minute of the video. This […]

Independent Foreclosure Review, Oh, It Is Worse Than You Thought!

Published on April 14, 2013 By admin

If you missed the Senate hearing on – Outsourcing Accountability? Examining The Role of the Independent Consultant, you can see it HERE! CHASEHOMEFINANCESUX SYNOPSIS OF THE “INDEPENDENT” FORECLOSURE REVIEW AND SENATE HEARING – The Banks, The OCC & The Feds created the Independent Foreclosure Review, not to help families, but to try and make themselves […]

Foreclosure Settlement to Give Only $300 Each to Most of Affected Borrowers

Published on April 10, 2013 By admin

The following article is brought to you by Rachel Witkowski at AmericanBanker.Com. WASHINGTON — Mortgage servicers tied to the independent foreclosure review settlement will begin sending the first wave of $1.2 billion in checks to troubled borrowers on Friday, federal regulators said. More than 4 million borrowers will be compensated as part of the amended […]