The week ahead
A fortress balance sheet may not be enough to protect JPMorgan’s CEO from the building chorus of criticism. Jaime Dimon has guided JPMorgan since 2005, navigating through the financial crisis, serving as the de facto spokesman for big banks and becoming the poster boy of the arrogance in high finance. He has survived a multi-billion dollar trading scandal and now faces regulators’ questions over actions of its energy traders and credit card collection procedures. No fewer than eight government agencies have launched investigations into JPMorgan.