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Default Data After the Great Recession

A new JPMorgan Chase report examines the effects of mortgage modification programs in the aftermath of the Great Recession. How much difference did these programs make, and what can they tell us about the borrowers who made use of them?

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JPMorgan CEO on Trump

Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase released an official comment in response to the disbanding of President Trump’s manufacturing and business advisory councils, outlining his thoughts on the responsibilities of a leader.

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JPMorgan Chase to Undergo Leadership Changes

JPMorgan Chase COO Matthew Zames will be stepping down from his role after 13 years, the bank announced on Thursday. Zames had a crucial role in guiding the bank during the financial crisis and is credited with raising suspicion over Bernie Madoff a year before his eventual arrest. Zames has long been assumed as a potential successor to Dimon, and the news of his stepping down has led to much speculation of who else may be in the running . . .

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Bringing Back the Chase Case

In 2015, a court dismissed all claims under the suit entirely, citing a six-year statute of limitations on MBS contract litigation, as established in ACE Securities Corp. v. DB Structured Products Inc. According to Judge Karla Moskowitz, a member of the five-judge panel in Thursday’s appeals court, JPMorgan Chase’s six-year obligation to safeguard WMC didn’t stop when its obligation to repurchase the loans did. It instead will end six years after WMB actually failed to make the repurchase.

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