• JPMorgan, the biggest US bank by assets, is closely watched as a bellwether for the entire financial industry. 
  • JPMorgan said on Thursday that CEO Jamie Dimon underwent emergency heart surgery. Dimon is currently recuperating after the operation. 
  • Dimon had been shaking up executive ranks over the past year. The bank is meanwhile trying to find new ways to use its monster tech budget to better serve clients and compete with rivals. 
  • Dimon had recently said that JPMorgan was looking to be more aggressive when it came to M&A. 
  • Business Insider reports regularly on the latest developments at JPMorgan. You can read our stories by subscribing to BI Prime.

JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when it comes to the bank’s most senior leaders, and particularly those in position to replace CEO Jamie Dimon, Wall Street pays attention.

Wall Street is paying even closer attention to who might succeed Dimon after JPMorgan said on Thursday that he underwent emergency heart surgery. Dimon is currently recuperating after the operation. 

Here’s everything that’s been going on inside JPMorgan in recent months under Dimon’s leadership, including his recent comments on the bank being more aggressive when it comes to M&A, as well as a firm-wide tech push. 

Leadership and succession 

JPMorgan’s M&A plans

Technology

Wealth management and retail banking 

Trading

Deals

Recruiting 

JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when it comes to the bank’s most senior leaders, and particularly those in position to replace CEO Jamie Dimon, Wall Street pays attention.

Wall Street is paying even closer attention to who might succeed Dimon after JPMorgan said on Thursday that he underwent emergency heart surgery. Dimon is currently recuperating after the operation. 

Here’s everything that’s been going on inside JPMorgan in recent months under Dimon’s leadership, including his recent comments on the bank being more aggressive when it comes to M&A, as well as a firm-wide tech push. 

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