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CEO sat on Trump’s Business Council; financier of immigrant detention and private prison companies; creditor to oil and gas industry

Ties To The Administration

JPMorgan donated $500,000 to Trump’s inaugural committee, helping Trump rake in record private donations.

CEO sat on Trump’s Business Council

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Profiting From Trump's Agenda?

The single largest debt holder of private prison and immigrant detention corporations GEO Group and CoreCivic, holding 62 percent more debt than the second biggest lender to these two corporations. ● Major creditor to the oil and gas industry, positioning the bank to gain from anti-environment policies. ● Stock price has skyrocketed since Trump’s election. The bank benefited enormously from Trump’s tax cuts and stands to win again with the proposed financial deregulation. From right before Trump’s election to early 2018, the number of shares they held in the private prison companies Geo Group and CoreCivic increased 97 times, or about 9,600 percent.

Our Demands

  1. Issue a clear statement denouncing Trump’s anti-immigrant, -refugee, and -Muslim agenda, and act to stop Trump’s wall and immigration dragnet; and

  2. Cease all financing of private immigration detention and private prison companies.

Board of Directors

Jamie Dimon

CEO

James S. Crown

President of Henry Crown and Company

Laban P. Jackson Jr.

Chairman and CEO of Clear Creek Properties, Inc.

William C. Weldon

Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson (former)

Stephen B. Burke

CEO of NBCUniversal, LLC

Crandall Close Bowles

Chairman Emeritus of The Springs Company

Lee R. Raymond

Chairman of the Board and CEO of ExxonMobil (former)

James A. Bell

Executive Vice President of The Boeing Company (former)

Timothy Flynn

Chairman of KPMG International (former)

Linda B. Bammann

Deputy Head of Risk Management at JPMorgan Chase (former)

Michael A. Neal

Vice Chairman of General Electric Company (former)

Todd Combs

Investment Officer at Berkshire Hathaway

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