Dimon clings to his Olympic dream

31 May 2012

JP Morgan, the bank that breezed through the credit crunch, is finding the European sovereign crisis much tougher to navigate, as David Rothnie writes.

When JP Morgan first hatched its plan to move its European headquarters from the City of London to Canary Wharf, one of the issues near the top of chief executive Jamie Dimon’s wish-list was that the relocation should happen in time for the London Olympics, so that when ...

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