Major names in the JPMorgan Chase trading blunder:
JAMIE DIMON: CEO and, at least until last week, legendary manager of risk in banking. Has led the bank since 2006. Outspoken opponent of some regulatory changes for the industry. Said Sunday that he was "dead wrong" in dismissing concerns about the bank's trading activity.
INA DREW: Retired Monday as chief investment officer after 30 years at the bank. Oversaw trading strategy for JPMorgan, including the risk-management group responsible for the $2 billion bad trades.
ACHILLES MACRIS: In charge of the London trading group that placed the trades. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that Macris was expected to leave the bank soon.
JAVIER MARTIN-ARTAJO: Managing director reporting to Macris. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that Martin-Artajo was expected to leave the bank soon.
BRUNO IKSIL: The so-called London whale. Placed giant bets for JPMorgan in London, so large that they moved markets and attracted the attention of others in the financial industry. Future at the bank is uncertain.
- JPMorgan Chase