JP Morgan’s chief executive Jamie Dimon is recovering from emergency heart surgery – shining a highlight on the bank’s succession ideas, with a British govt among the frontrunners to switch him.
Mr Dimon experienced a tear in his heart’s primary artery, which was detected early and taken care of successfully, JP Morgan said.
The 63-year-previous has operate the bank because 2005, and is the very last Wall Road boss standing from just before the economic disaster. He is said to be awake, notify and recovering nicely. JP Morgan did not say where he is being taken care of.
The bank’s co-presidents and co-chief running officers, Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith, are functioning JP Morgan as Mr Dimon recovers.
It focuses attention on potential successors for Mr Dimon. As nicely as Mr Pinto and Mr Smith they also contain consumer lending boss Marianne Lake, who grew up in the Uk and