Feb.10 -- Lee R. Raymond holds the top position on JPMorgan’s 11-member board after Jamie Dimon. He has occupied his seat for 33 years, making him both the longest-serving and oldest director among Wall Street’s biggest banks. That’s about to change.
A nonprofit group called Majority Action is beginning a fight this week to use shareholder voting to remove Raymond from JPMorgan. Bloomberg's Sonali Basak has more on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."