Fresh questions over JP Morgan succession as boss Jamie Dimon recovers from heart surgery

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JP Morgan’s main executive Jamie Dimon is recovering from emergency heart surgery – shining a highlight on the bank’s succession programs, with a British executive among the frontrunners to substitute him.

Mr Dimon experienced a tear in his heart’s primary artery, which was detected early and dealt with efficiently, JP Morgan reported.

The 63-year-outdated has run the financial institution considering the fact that 2005, and is the final Wall Street manager standing from just before the economical disaster. He is reported to be awake, alert and recovering well. JP Morgan did not say wherever he is being dealt with.

The bank’s co-presidents and co-main running officers, Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith, are managing JP Morgan as Mr Dimon recovers.

It focuses consideration on probable successors for Mr Dimon. As well as Mr Pinto and Mr Smith they also include consumer lending manager Marianne Lake, who grew up in the United

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