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The Dimon exception

19 February 2020 By John Foley

Lead director Lee Raymond is a bete noire for investors worried about climate change. Yet shareholders consistently re-elect him, favoring the bank’s strong performance over its weak oversight. When CEO Jamie Dimon retires, JPMorgan’s exceptionalism ought to depart with him.

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