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16. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
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Rank: 16 (Previous rank: 12)
Compare tool: J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. vs. Top 10
CEO: James Dimon
Address: 270 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212-270-6000
Website: www.jpmorganchase.com
It's not often that CEOs get lauded for an annual profit decline of 64%. But Jamie Dimon of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has come out of the banking collapse as one of the strongest players in the industry.

He snapped up Bear Stearns for $1.5 billion in March, followed by Washington Mutual for $1.9 billion in September, and now JPM is one of the only big banks that isn't flirting with full-scale nationalization. That said, the company cut its dividend by 87% in February, which it said would save $5 billion per year. - J.R.

  $ millions % change from 2007
Revenues 101,491.0 -12.8
Profits 5,605.0 -63.5
Assets 2,175,052.0
Stockholders' equity 166,884.0
Market value (3/27/2009) 102,967.1
Profits as % of  
Revenues 5.5
Assets 0.3
Stockholders' equity 3.4
Earnings per share  
2008 $ 1.37
% change from 2007 -68.7
1998-2008 annual growth rate % -7.0
Total return to investors %
2008 -25.2
1998-2008 annual rate -0.7
Rank Company 500
rank
Revenues
($ millions)
1 Bank of America Corp. 11 113,106.0
2 Citigroup 12 112,372.0
3 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 16 101,491.0
4 Morgan Stanley 30 62,262.0
5 Goldman Sachs Group 40 53,579.0
6 Wells Fargo 41 51,652.0
7 GMAC 66 35,445.0
8 American Express 74 31,877.0
9 U.S. Bancorp 129 19,229.0
10 Capital One Financial 145 17,868.5
11 Bank of New York Mellon Corp. 156 16,355.0
12 State Street Corp. 206 12,922.0
13 SunTrust Banks 211 12,800.8
14 BB&T Corp. 260 10,404.0
15 PNC Financial Services Group 278 9,680.0
16 Regions Financial 280 9,636.6
17 Fifth Third Bancorp 302 8,554.0
18 KeyCorp 382 6,499.0
19 CIT Group 397 6,228.9
20 Northern Trust Corp. 430 5,677.9
21 M&T Bank Corp. 535 4,216.6
22 Marshall & Ilsley Corp. 550 4,025.8
23 Comerica 559 3,944.0
24 Huntington Bancshares 611 3,505.5
25 Zions Bancorp. 666 3,164.6
26 Popular 670 3,134.9
27 First Horizon National Corp. 676 3,098.0
28 Synovus Financial Corp. 823 2,292.8
Issue date: May 4, 2009
Acquired Bear Stearns (2007 rank: 156), May 30, 2008.
Acquired Washington Mutual (2007 rank: 97) from the FDIC, Sept. 25, 2008.
Net income: Reflects an extraordinary credit of at least 10%.
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