JPMorgan Chase Has Paid $38,995,000,000 in Fines for Banking, Securities and Additional Violations As New SEC Enforcement Action Kicks In

July 8, 2023

The Daily Hodl: JPMorgan Chase Has Paid $38,995,000,000 in Fines for Banking, Securities and Additional Violations As New SEC Enforcement Action Kicks In

Using Good Jobs First’s database, Violation Tracker, The Daily Hodl reported JPMorgan Chase has been fined nearly $39 billion for all kinds of claims of misconduct, including anti-competitive practices, securities abuses, cheating worker pay, and other violations.

And “a recent $4 million fine issued by the SEC against the banking giant will bring the amount of money JPMorgan has paid for banking, securities and additional fines since 2000 to $38.995 billion,” according to the article.

Read the full story at The Daily Hodl.

Explore Chase’s full regulatory record at Violation Tracker.

Regulatory record summary of parent company JPMorgan Chase