JPM’s London Whale Fine: At Least $750 Million

JPM’s London Whale Fine: At Least $750 Million

What started off as a tempest in a teacup just ended up becoming not only the largest, $6.2 billion prop trading blunder in JPMorgan history, but the latest ligitation headache for Jamie Dimon amounting to at least $750 million to get the government off his back, and who will of course neither admit nor deny it used customer deposits in an attempt to corner the IG and HY markets:

  • JPMORGAN SAID TO AGREE TO AT LEAST $750 MILLION IN WHALE FINES
  • JPMORGAN SAID TO SEEK END TO U.S., U.K REGULATORY PROBES IN Q
  • SOME WHALE SETTLEMENTS MAY BE ANNOUNCED AS EARLY AS THIS WEEK
  • JPM TO ADMIT FAULTY INTERNAL CONTROLS IN WHALE SETTLEMENT: WSJ

Of course, we hope that as part of the settlement JPM will announce just what it is investing its current $500 billion in prop trading dry powder in as we disclosed last week.

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