JPMorgan announced that it could create an additional $1 billion in pre-tax profit in five years by merging its investment and corporate banks with its treasury and securities services business. Fool analyst Anand Chokkavelu doesn't think there's much to the restructuring. He would pay more attention to JPMorgan doing away with its 17% return on equity goal. He explains in the video below.
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