Mounting yet another defense of JPMorgan Chase's size and scope, Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon pointed out the fallibility of smaller banks in his annual letter to shareholders, which was released Wednesday.
"Larger does not necessarily mean more risky," Dimon wrote. "For example, many large banks had no problem navigating the financial crisis, while many smaller banks went bankrupt" (by which he presumably meant "seized by regulators").
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