FINAL- JPMC Term Project MBA 560

FINAL- JPMC Term Project MBA 560 - CaseAnalysis...

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Tykina Richardson Ludie Dessources James Bellozier Ananda Janowiak December 17, 2011 Case Analysis
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Project Overview Company History Consumer Base Store Presence Management Style and  Analysis Business Segment Growth Assets and Liabilities Overview Financial Ratios Financial Leverage Stock Price Growth Comparison Economic Indicators JPMC vs. The Financial Industry JPMC vs. Bank of America Internal Control Contrast Financial News Future of JPMC Questions
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Company History History of the firm About us/Mission Leadership team
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Consumer Base
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Company Presence Store/Branch Presence Mergers/Acquisitions New/Future Locations/Markets/Regions
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Management Style and Analysis Jamie Dimon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ‘JPMorgan is at the forefront  of the internationalization of  the renminbi, a product that  more and more clients are  demanding for cross-border  trade.’
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Management Style and Analysis JPMC's 2010’s CEO “Letter to Shareholders “ by CEO Jamie Dimon  was his  longest letter to date – 34 Pages Highlights from 2010 CEO Letter to Shareholders US Market: ‘Twenty years ago, US investment banks dominated US investment  banking, occupying all of the top 10 positions,’ Dimon points out. ‘Last  year, US investment banks held only five of the top 10 slots.’  Mortgage Crisis: ‘We need to rethink the mortgage industry from the ground up.’ 
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Management Style and Analysis Highlights from 2010 CEO Letter to Shareholders Bank Levies in Other Countries: ‘Banks should pay for the failure of banks but not through  arbitrary, punitive or excessive taxes.’ Consolidations of US Banks ‘The degree of industry consolidation has not, in and of  itself, been a driving force behind the financial crisis.’
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Management Style and Analysis Highlights from 2010 CEO Letter to Shareholders Basel III: ‘Of all the changes being made in the financial system,  we believe it is most important to have higher, but  proper, capital and liquidity requirements for banks… We  understand why, after this crisis, the capital standards  should be increased. We now will have 50 percent more  capital than we clearly needed during the crisis… We  simply do not see the need for  even more  capital…’
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Business Segment Growth
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Business Segment Growth 2010’s Letter included letters from all 6 Individual  Business Line CEO’s -- for the first time ever! Investment Banking
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 560 taught by Professor Newell during the Fall '11 term at St. Leo.

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