News Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan's chairman and chief executive, apologised for initially dismissing the affair as

Wall Street Bank agrees to make payouts to four regulators in compensation for derivative losses in 2012 costing $6.2bn

David Prosser: Forcing banks to get the basics right

Outlook The £33m fine handed down by the Financial Services Authority to JPMorgan yesterday is quite some punishment, but it fits the crime. Astonishingly, for almost seven years this bank failed to keep the money of some clients separate from its own. At one stage, $23bn of customers' money was not held in segregated accounts.

JPMorgan fined record £33.3m for failing clients

The City of London was on tenterhooks last night as it emerged that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is preparing to hit a string of banks with eight-figure penalties after fining JPMorgan a record £33.3m fine for failing to keep as much as $23bn (£16bn) of its clients' funds separate from its own money.

Banking giant fined £33m for risking clients' cash

Investment banking giant JP Morgan was fined a record £33.3 million today over its failure to ring-fence billions of pounds of client money.

Gross Misconduct, By Venetia Thompson

It is a few months prior to the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and the City is still flying high. Venetia Thompson, a well-spoken university graduate, finds herself working among the barrow boys of Essex at a brokerage firm on the upper echelon's of Canary Wharf's mirrored towers.

JPMorgan leads banks' comeback with $3bn profit

While the threat of profit- sapping financial reform looms on the horizon for the major investment banks, one of their number, JPMorgan Chase, showed that for now at least the good times are continuing to roll.

JP Morgan in line for huge windfall after tax break claim

JP Morgan Chase, the retail and investment banking giant, is in line for a $1.4bn windfall from the US taxpayer, as a result of a little-noticed provision in an economic stimulus bill that went through Congress last year.

FSA to clamp down on bankers earning over £1m

The UK's financial services watchdog is to hit bankers earning more than £1m a year with a new tax that will apply to this year's bonuses, as it emerged that the US investment bank JP Morgan Chase is to defy calls for restraint by paying out bumper bonuses for 2009.

James Moore: So, happily ever after for JP and Caz?

Outlook It's been the longest of corporate courtships. The terribly traditional Cazenove has been cohabiting with JP Morgan in a joint venture for years, but only yesterday tied the knot.

JP Morgan veteran out in executive reshuffle

Bill Winters, one of London's most prominent investment bankers, is leaving his job as co-chief of the JP Morgan investment bank.

JP Morgan

In our article, 'GMAC – Woolies' lender – puts UK book up for sale' (13 September 2009) we referred to an article published by the ICAEW about JP Morgan exiting the Asset Backed Loan market as a syndicator of loans. JP Morgan has asked us to point out that it is still participating in the ABL market and has not exited from the sector.'

Cazenove and JP Morgan close to buyout terms

Senior management at Cazenove and JP Morgan are thought to be close to agreeing a price for the blue-blooded City firm, which could see the American bank buy out the joint venture before the end of the year.

Blavatnik to sue JP Morgan over $98m loss on toxic debt

Len Blavatnik, the Russian-born billionaire who last week pulled out of a rescue deal for Setanta, is embroiled in a bitter battle with his company's US investment adviser, JP Morgan Chase, which he says lost him $98m on toxic mortgage assets.

JPMorgan to raise $5bn in share sell-off

JPMorgan Chase headed a new round of fundraising activity by US financial firms last night, saying it would sell $5bn (£3bn) in new shares to help repay the $25bn it borrowed from the federal government during last year's credit market panic.

MF Global ordered to pay former client £20m after trading 'deceit'

A High Court judge yesterday told MF Global to pay damages of up to £20m to a former client who lost millions of pounds after being "ensnared in a web of deceit" spun by a former employee of the City brokerage firm, previously known as Man Financial.

US giant Wasington Mutual is taken over

JPMorgan Chase and Co. Inc has acquired the assets of Washington Mutual Inc's banking operations after US federal regulators seized the ailing credit union.

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