BUSINESS LAW – 3 profound applications

Business Law

The Senate recently released a report on wrongdoing at JP Morgan Chase.

It found that bank executives lied to investors and the public.

Also, traders, with the knowledge of top management, changed risk limits to facilitate more trading and then violated even these higher limits.

Executives revalued the bank’s investment portfolio to reduce apparent losses. JP Morgan’s internal investigation failed to find this wrongdoing.

Into what ethics traps did these JP Morgan employees fall? What options did the executives and traders have for dealing with this wrongdoing? 

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