Chief exiting officer

20 December 2017 By Antony Currie

Investment banks face a triple bonus of tax cuts, rules rollbacks and rising rates. They’re on the most solid footing in a decade. That makes this the perfect time for some long-serving bosses to step back. JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon is the logical first choice.

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