JPMorgan Chase to spend an extra $4B on compliance

JPMorgan Chase to spend an extra $4B on compliance

JPMorgan Chase results hit by legal. Most notably, it would give U.S. banks two extra years – until 2019 – to ensure that their holdings of certain complex and risky securities don’t put them out.

Dallas jury nails JPMorgan Chase with $4B verdict in estate fraud case. Max Hopper worked at American Airlines for nearly 24 years. "Mrs. Hopper asked the jury to send a message loud enough for JPMorgan to hear it all the way to Park Avenue in Manhattan," said Alan Loewinsohn, lead attorney for Mrs. Hopper.

JPMorgan Chase To Spend Another $4 Billion To Fix Risk And Compliance Issues: Report. JPMorgan will spend $1.5 billion on managing risk and complying with regulations and plans to add $2.5 billion to its litigation reserves in the second half of the year, the Journal reported.

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 · Chase to commit $50 million more to Detroit. Chase’s dollars have helped build real estate projects in Detroit and power small businesses off the ground.

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JPMorgan Chase is prepared to set aside another $4 billion to cover all regulatory and compliance risks. Today’s environment is making higher reserves a necessity, Seeking Alpha explains.

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