UK fund adviser says JPMorgan CEO Dimon should not be chairman
May 10 (Reuters) - Jamie Dimon, the Chief executive and chairman of the board of JPMorgan Chase & Co, should not hold both roles, a United Kingdom pension fund adviser said on Friday.
PIRC, or Pension & Investment Research Consultants, an adviser to funds on shareholder issues, recommended in a report that investors vote against re-electing Dimon and five more of JPMorgan's 11 directors at the company's annual meeting on May 21.
The firm also said shareholders should vote for a resolution calling on the board to have a chairman who is independent from company executives.
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