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Should JP Morgan pay its boss €24m a year?

By Ian King, business presenter
Two stories from the banking sector this week highlight the difference between how business is done in the United States and Europe.
In the US it has emerged overnight that Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JP Morgan Chase, America's biggest bank, was paid $31m (€24m) during 2018, representing a 5% pay increase.
The package is the most Mr Dimon has been paid in a year, exceeding the record $30m he received in 2007, prior to the financial crisis.
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