Dimon reportedly cautions JPMorgan employees about communications

11/7/2013 | Bloomberg

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, told employees in a meeting last week to be careful with their language in written communications, including instant messages and e-mail, sources say. "We all need to keep a higher standard," Dimon is said to have told employees at a JPMorgan office in London. Regulators have used electronic communications as evidence of wrongdoing in several recent investigations.

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