At least the dog didn't eat the London Whale's trade blotter, or Bart Chilton's hair wasn't caught in a snowblower. Perhaps, Mr. Chilton will blame the meeting cancelation on the day the regulators are expected to vote on banning ofShow More Summary
$$$ Budget Negotiators Seeking to Avoid Shutdown Near Deal [Bloomberg] $$$ Icahn Wants Vote on Apple Buyback [WSJ] $$$ Madoff Cut Dead Client’s Payout With Fake Loss, Jury Told [Bloomberg] $$$ Will Volcker Prevent Next ‘London Whale’?...Show More Summary
If the London Whale trade was selling CDS in tranches and in whole on IG9 and then more, and then more in an attempt to corner the entire market and then crashing and burning spectacularly due to virtually unlimited downside, Goldman's...Show More Summary
One of the following is a festering over-stuffed rotten-at-the-core pool of entrails due to pop any second; and the other is a huge dead aquatic animal. While the explosion following the London Whale's exposure was impressive, we suspect...Show More Summary
MADRID (Reuters) - Ex-JPMorgan employee Javier Martin-Artajo, indicted by a U.S. grand jury in relation to the bank's "London Whale" trading scandal, on Friday told Spain's High Court he did not want to be extradited to the United States, a court sourc...
Bring out the Twitter Fail Whale — better yet, the London Fail Whale — for JPMorgan Chase. Somehow not realizing that there would be a lot of people grumpy at the big bank for the London Whale brouhaha last year, bogus credit card protection problems, billions in allegedly toxic mortgage securities and a slew of government investigations JPMorgan asked Twitter … [More]
MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish court postponed Friday's hearing with an ex-JPMorgan Chase employee at the heart of the bank's "London Whale" trading scandal, delaying proceedings over a U.S. extradition request because of a scheduling conflict.
In its latest corporate confession, the nation’s biggest bank disclosed that it’s facing more than a dozen civil and criminal investigations into its virtually every aspect of its business. Beyond the infamous “London Whale” debacle,...Show More Summary
Last May marked a simpler time for JP Morgan. Although revelations about the London Whale had already come to light, the bank was still in a period of relative calm, before one needed a spreadsheet to keep track of the various government...Show More Summary
Given the Presidential Twitter attack, this material from July 14th 2012 may be relevant for some: There is a real fear in the markets now and it is not being caused by Europe, LIEbor, Linda Green, London Whales, etc. The fear is focused on the structure of how prices are discovered and assets/risk are transferred to willing participants. Show More Summary
Former JPMorgan executive challenges UK’s London Whale report (Reuters) A former JPMorgan Chase & Co executive in Europe is appealing findings by Britain’s financial watchdog that criticized his actions in connection with the “London Whale” scandal. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - A former JPMorgan Chase & Co executive in Europe is appealing findings by Britain's financial watchdog that criticized his actions in connection with the "London Whale" scandal.
"London Whale" fines now top a billion dollars after the latest agreement. The post JP Morgan Pays $100 Million And Admits More Wrongdoing In ‘London Whale’ Fiasco appeared first on ThinkProgress.
JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay the latest in a string of fines for the disastrous “London Whale” trades. ||| Washington - The London Whale is the gift that keeps giving for regulators. JPMorgan Chase & Company has agreed to pay the...Show More Summary
J.P. Morgan Chase agreed to pay $100 million to settle a Commodity Futures Trading Commission probe in connection with the bank's "London whale" trading debacle, the agency said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co agreed to pay $100 million and admit its traders acted recklessly to settle one more set of U.S. charges over its disastrous "London Whale" trade, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced on Wednesday.
JP Morgan has reached a preliminary agreement with regulators acknowledging the $6 billion London Whale trading debacle was a result of reckless behavior, the New York Times' Ben Protess and Jessica Silver-Greenberg report. According to the report, the bank could settle with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as early as this week. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co has reached an agreement with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to pay $100 million to settle charges related to the bank's "London Whale" trading scandal, according to media reports.
By Soha Group: JPMorgan's (JPM) billion dollar settlements and legal reserves are fodder for headlines, but will probably be soon forgotten. Even the London Whale episode faded away pretty quickly. The current round of JPMorgan bashing...Show More Summary