Jamie Dimon says coronavirus crisis is ‘wake up call’ for a more inclusive economy


JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Tuesday in a memo that the coronavirus crisis should be used to build an economy that offers opportunities for “dramatically more people.”

The memo, issued ahead of his bank’s annual shareholder meeting, served as an update to the New York-based lender’s response to the pandemic. Dimon also detailed the steps his firm has taken to support customers and employees since the crisis began two months ago, as well as his thinking about returning employees to work sites.

“It is my fervent hope that we use this crisis as a catalyst to rebuild an economy that creates and sustains opportunity for dramatically more people, especially those who have been left…


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