Recently, a large coalition of activist JPMorgan Chase shareholders caused a stir by asking that JPMorgan CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon relinquish one of his two roles. While that now no longer appears likely for the time being, investors should be looking to the future, and wondering where the leadership at the nation's largest bank by assets is headed.
In this video, Fool financials analyst David Hanson gives his prediction for just how much longer Dimon will stay as JPM's leadership, and why, despite his strengths, he may not be suited for this new era of banking for much longer.
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