Dimon’s big pay package gets thumbs-down from JPMorgan shareholders

May 17, 2022 | Executive Compensation, Financial Services

Only about 31% of the bank’s shareholders voted Tuesday in favor of a nonbinding “say on pay” resolution. The harsh verdict followed a one-time award of $52.6 million in stock options to keep Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon on the job for five more years.

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