Jamie Dimon Net Worth 2017 – CEO of JPMorgan become a BillionairePosted by On

Jamie Dimon Net Worth: Taking care of money seems to be a great business. Let Jamie Dimon, the CEO of the investment bank JPMorgan Chase, become a billionaire. Thanks to the large salary and the premiums he gets annually, Dimon has built a portfolio of investments over the years and today includes $485 million in shares of the bank it operates, at least $32 million in real estate and an investment portfolio of nearly US $ $600 million. Dimon has a net worth of $1.16 billion, and the salary is $20 million.

His fortune was assessed this week by the economic news agency “Bloomberg” at $1.1 billion, which should continue to increase, as the shares of JPMorgan have yielded good results this year.

On time: Among the Brazilians, the most likely executive to become a billionaire is Carlos Brito, CEO of Anheuser-Busch InBev, who has already pocketed over R $300 million in a year as bonuses for good results. (by Anderson Antunes)


Jamie Dimon married Judith Kent (woman), and she gave birth to 3 children (girls), Kara Leigh, Laura, and Julia. Dimon involved in Judith Kent at Harvard School and give her a wife’s title. Its size is not yet measured.

The CEO of JPMorgan says that America is “almost embarrassing”

The executive director of the Bank JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, was delighted to criticize Friday’s political impasse in Washington, arguing that their dysfunction was threatening the plans of the American economy.

“It’s almost embarrassing to be an American citizen traveling the world and seeing the crap we have to deal with in this country,” said Dimon during a teleconference with analysts.

A member of Donald Trump’s business Advisory Board, Dimon stated that the United States will have difficulty accelerating GDP growth to 1.5% or 2% if it fails to approve pro-market policies. Trump has a net value of triple to Dimon, which represents $3.5 billion.

“I just went to France, Argentina, Israel, and Ireland.” I met with the Prime Minister of India, from China, and it is striking that each of these countries understands that the practical policies that stimulate the growth of the company are good for the average citizen, for jobs and wages, he said. “And one way or another, in the great American system of free societies, we have no more.”

Dimon, who is also chairman of the lobby group’s Business Roundtable, reiterated his call for a tax reform that would make the country more competitive with other countries.

He also complained of “excessive regulations” that impede infrastructure work. “We have become one of the most bureaucratic, confusing and controversial societies,” he said.

“Growth would have been much greater if we had made smart decisions to end the impasse.”

The head of the American bank JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, lamented in Washington in radical terms. It was a “stupid story … we’re dealing with this country,” said Dimon at a conference call with analysts.

The head of the American bank JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, lamented in Washington in radical terms. It’s a “stupid story … we’re dealing with this country,” said Dimon Friday at a conference call with analysts. It was “almost embarrassed” to be an American citizen in the world.

Dimon is a member of an economic advisory council of U.S. President Donald Trump. He was frustrated by the fact that Trump had not yet taken plans with his plans to drastically reduce corporate taxes.

He also complained that excessive regulation hindered major infrastructure projects such as bridge construction. The United States has become one of the most “bureaucratic” and “processions” countries in the world, said Dimon. In other countries, such as Argentina, China, France, India or Israel, which it has just travelled, it is better understood that “practical policies to promote business growth” are good for the jobs and salaries of the average citizen.


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