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January 27, 2023

Tim Flynn: Back in the Game

Almost. The ex-KPMG Chairman has been nominated to join JP Morgan's board of directors. He still has to be elected by shareholders (a formality more or less) which will occur on May 15th. But Jamie Dimon seems pretty excited about the possibility, saying that JPM is "honored" that TFly has agreed to be a nominee. In other news, Phil Mickelson will be looking for a new hat man. [JP Morgan]

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