Person Sends Email To Jamie Dimon

We* don't really find it particularly amusing amusing or post-worthy that a Jefferies employee accidentally or misguidedly put Jamie Dimon on an email about a working group list but judging by the number of people who've sent it to us, this is the height of banking humor, so here you go:
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We* don't really find it particularly amusing amusing or post-worthy that a Jefferies employee misguidedly put Jamie Dimon on an email about a working group list but judging by the number of people who've sent it to us, this is the height of banking humor, so here you go:

From: [Jefferies analyst]
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 9:29 AM
To: Dimon, Jamie; [JPMorgan ED]
Cc: [Jefferies SVP]; [Jefferies associate]
Subject: Project Draper - Jefferies Working Group List

[JPMorgan ED], Jamie,

Please find attached a working group list for the relevant parties at Jefferies who are on the Project Draper transaction.

Can you please let me know who the correct contact person is at your end going forward?

Kind regards,
[Jefferies analyst]

*Meaning me. Matt would like the record to reflect he thought it was funny.

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