Bloomberg -- The Business Roundtable, a group whose executive committee includes JPMorgan Chase & Co. head Jamie Dimon, said 21% of surveyed chief executive officers think it’s unimportant to have a “one-stop shop” for their financial needs.

Fifteen percent said it’s “very important” to have access to a one-stop company for domestic and international financial services and 34% said it’s important, according to the Business Roundtable, which surveyed its 212 CEOs in July and August and got 148 responses, according to a report released today from the Washington-based group.

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