Shareholders at JPMorgan Chase voted to let Jamie Dimon, the chairman and CEO of the nation's largest bank, keep both his jobs Tuesday. Dimon also received strong support to be re-elected to the bank's board.
Three directors — James Crown, David Cote and Ellen Futter — received the backing of less than 60 percent of shareholders. Shareholder advisory firms had urged that shareholders withhold support for those three, who had served on the bank's risk policy committee when the bank suffered a surprise $6 billion trading loss.
Here's a breakdown of the vote:
—James Bell, retired executive vice president of aerospace giant Boeing, received the backing of 93.5 percent of investors.
—Crandall Bowles, chair of window products manufacturer Springs Industries and former CEO, spouse of Erskine Bowles, 91.5 percent.
—Stephen Burke, CEO of NBCUniversal, 97.7 percent.
—David Cote, chairman and CEO of technology and manufacturing company Honeywell, 59.3 percent.
—James Crown, president of Henry Crown and Co., a privately owned investment company, 57.4 percent.
—Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, 98 percent.
—Timothy Flynn, retired chairman and CEO of accounting firm KPMG LLP, 99.4 percent.
—Ellen Futter, president of the American Museum of Natural History, 53.1 percent.
—Laban Jackson, chairman and CEO of Clear Creek Properties, a real estate development firm, 91.7 percent.
—Lee Raymond, retired chairman and CEO of Exxon Mobil, 95 percent.
—William Weldon, retired chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, 96.7 percent.