Bove: Dimon Headed To The Public Sector

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Today Dick Bove muses on the fate of Jamie Dimon?

Will he stay on? Will he wait and weigh his options?

He will leave in two to three years. He is unlikely to leave the company until it is performing at peak rates. Within three years this is probable.”

Because, says Bove, at this point, Jamie will be free to “explore options in government.”

Place your bets:  Who could he replace? Tim, Sheila or Ben?

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