JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon takes the cake, with the CEOs of Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs following closely behind.
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Since taking over at the beginning of 2006, JPMorgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon has generated a total shareholder return of 119.5%, which is better than any of his peers at competing banks.
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The 59-year-old bank chief has produced a 111% shareholder return since becoming CEO, outperforming every big bank but Wells Fargo over the past decade.
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