Jamie Dimon, CEO, JP Morgan Chase, talking at the Business Roundtable CEO Innovation Summit, December 6, 2018.
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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told representatives that they should have confidence in the U.S. political decision cycle and persistence to anticipate a last assurance.
“While strong opinions and tremendous passion characterized this U.S. election, it is the responsibility of each of us to respect the democratic process, and ultimately, the outcome,” Dimon said Wednesday in a reminder to all U.S. representatives with the headline “U.S. Election update.”
“We must have faith in our electoral and judicial systems and have the patience and fortitude to await the final determination,” Dimon stated, adding that “once a final outcome is determined, together we must move forward to address our nation’s challenges.”
The morning subsequent to casting a ballot deduced in a fervently challenged political decision that drew record interest, voting forms are as yet being counted in various landmark states. While President Trump dishonestly asserted early Wednesday that he had won the challenge, NBC News has not yet extended the official political race results.
The full update:
Message from Jamie Dimon
As we anticipate the official consequences of the official, Congressional, and other state and nearby decisions, we should have confidence in our discretionary and legal frameworks and have the tolerance and grit to anticipate the last assurance.
As usual, we care profoundly about the prosperity of our workers. If it’s not too much trouble contact your director, the Employee Assistance Program or Global Security in the event that you have any worries.
I have confidence in America, its future and the job we would all be able to play in driving solid development and making a comprehensive society. Regardless of the result, JPMorgan Chase will keep on working with government pioneers from the two players to offer crucial help to networks and advance approaches that improve this a nation.
When a ultimate result is resolved, together we should push ahead to address our country’s difficulties. While I have a profound and standing confidence in the United States of America, we don’t have an awesome right to progress. Let us all do what we can to fortify our uncommon association.