Some Day You'll Call Jamie Dimon's Name And He Won't Answer

The JP Morgan CEO has taken a vow of silence.

Specifically on a quarterly earnings call, because he's not really going to bother himself with those anymore.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s chief executive officer told analysts Tuesday that he may stop participating in the firm’s quarterly earnings conference call, letting Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake do all the talking from now on. “Don’t be surprised one of these days if I don’t show up - - don’t read anything into it” or assume he’s hiding from bad news, Dimon said at the end of Tuesday’s call. Lake does “such a good job, that I’ve become unnecessary to be on all of them, and I can obviously go do other things.”

Outspoken Dimon Says He Plans to Do a Little Less Talking [Bloomberg]