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Just 31% of investors participated in the New York-based bank's annual shareholder meeting. The bonus, in the form of 1.5 million options that Dimon can exercise in 2026, was designed to keep the CEO and chairman at the helm of JPMorgan Chase for another five years.

Just 31% of investors participated in the New York-based bank's annual shareholder meeting. The bonus, in the form of 1.5 million options that Dimon can exercise in 2026, was designed to keep the CEO and chairman at the helm of JPMorgan for another five years.

JPMorgan's board said it takes investor feedback "seriously" and intended Dimon's bonus to be a one-time event. The disapproval was the first time JPMorgan's board suffered a down vote on compensation since the pay-watch measures were introduced more than a decade ago.

Dimon, 66, has led JPMorgan since 2006, helping guide it through several crises. Earlier this month, proxy advisory firms recommended that shareholders vote against the pay package of Dimon and his top lieutenant, Daniel Pinto. JPMorgan is the biggest U.S. bank by assets.
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