What no doubt galls Mr. Dimon, as well, is how he looks after his famous dust-up with Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of Canada and the chief of the global Financial Stability Board.

In a private meeting in Washington last fall, Mr. Dimon let loose against Mr. Carney, warning that the global push for bank reform disciminate against big American banks such as his.

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