JPMorgan Chase & Co., the biggest U.S. bank by assets, had a “tin ear” when dealing with regulators before settling probes into mortgage lapses and trading losses, Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said. “Our response generally was, ‘We know what we’re doing,’” Dimon wrote today in a letter to the New York-based bank’s investors. “Well, we should have done more self-examination. We need to be better listeners.” […] The bank missed signals when rivals faced scrutiny and must “do a better job at examining critiques of others so we can learn from other people’s mistakes, too,” he said. [Bloomberg]

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  1. Posted by Guest | April 9, 2014 at 11:03 PM

    And we thought things could not get any more boring. I see another mandatory training coming full of examples of "Competitor' fuck ups", yet none of in-house origin for a bit of entertainment.

    – Bored employee of a bulge bracket IB.