Jamie Dimon Hints at Impending Departure: JPMorgan CEO's Tenure Now Less Than Five Years

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon signaled that his expected tenure is now less than five years, changing his standard response to retirement questions. Dimon, currently 68 years old, has led JPMorgan for nearly two decades and grown it into the largest bank by assets in the U.S. The timing of Dimon's succession has long been a key question for investors and analysts, given his pivotal role at the company. Dimon said the decision on when he steps down will ultimately be up to the board, but he still has the energy for the job. Dimon stated the company is moving people into positions in an apparent reference to succession planning. Even after retiring as CEO, Dimon is expected to remain as Chairman of JPMorgan after retiring as CEO