JP Morgan executive pay policies receive support from 72% of shareholders

Posted by Aktis Team on 21 May 2019

 72% of shareholders voted in favour of pay policies for JP Morgan’s executives, due to questions on how the bank determines incentives for its executives. This is a steep drop in support compared to prior bank policies which received over 90 per cent of support in previous years. The voting results at JP Morgan stand in contrast with other US banks as both Goldman Sachs and Citigroup received more than 90 per cent support for their pay policies.

The Financial Times, Laura Noonan, May 21st 2019

Topics: News Watch, North America