In less than two weeks, JPMorgan Chase's shareholders will be voting on whether or not Jamie Dimon should keep his dual roles of CEO and Chairman of the Board. With the vote coming closer, Dimon himself has said that he would leave the bank if the vote proves potent enough to split the roles.
In the video below, Motley Fool contributing writer Jessica Alling discusses the vote, how she sees things playing out, and how long-term investors should view the whole situation.
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