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.
Banks with high debt ratings face lower funding costs and thus higher profitability.
The nation's fourth-biggest bank by assets has rapidly gained market share in the wake of the financial crisis.
These five bank stocks increased by at least 5.5% last month.
Bank of America's balance sheet contains more goodwill than its closest competitors, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo.
The debt collector has made investors a bit gun-shy about its future growth prospects.
The nation's best-run banks are able to balance revenue growth against robust risk management, all while keeping costs low.