Item 5.02 (e) Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (the "Firm") announced that the independent members of the Board of Directors (the "Board") approved the annual compensation for 2022 for Mr.
James Dimon, CEO, in the amount of $34,500,000, which is unchanged from his annual compensation last year. There was no special award granted to Mr. Dimonin 2022 and the Board has committed to not grant any special awards to him in the future. Mr. Dimon'stotal compensation includes an annual base salary of $1,500,000and performance-based variable incentive compensation of $33,000,000. $5,000,000of the variable incentive compensation will be delivered in cash and the remaining $28,000,000will be delivered in the form of at-risk Performance Share Units ("PSUs"). PSUs tie 100% of Mr. Dimon'sannual equity-based compensation to ongoing performance metrics, amounting to 85% of his total variable incentive compensation. The amounts of base salary, cash incentive and PSUs remain unchanged from last year. The key features of the PSU program are also consistent with last year, including the financial metric (return on tangible common equity1 - "ROTCE") with absolute and relative performance goals, payout levels, vesting and hold requirements, as well as clawback and recovery provisions2. Amid the significant challenges of strong competition, growing geopolitical tensions, global economic uncertainty, mounting inflation and higher rates, and the lingering impacts of COVID-19, under Mr. Dimon'sstewardship, the Firm continued to serve its clients and customers around the world during a time of unprecedented business demands, while investing in and executing on long-term strategic initiatives. In 2022 the Firm reported record revenue for the 5th consecutive year of $132.3billion1 and net income of $37.7 billion, or $12.09per share, with ROTCE of 18%. The Firm maintained its quarterly common dividend of $1.00per share and continued to reinforce its fortress balance sheet. The Firm ended the year with a common equity Tier 1 ratio of 13.2%, CET1 capital of $219 billionand $1.4 trillionof cash and marketable securities, providing it with meaningful capacity to support clients and further invest in its business and communities. During 2022 the Firm raised over $2.4trillion3 of credit and capital for its consumer and institutional clients around the world, which includes individuals, homeowners, small businesses, larger corporations, schools, hospitals, cities and countries in all regions of the world. The Firm continued its investments in technology, people, systems and products, as well as its inclusive efforts to help grow economies and advance cities and neighborhoods around the world, positioning the Firm for future success. As part of determining Mr. Dimon'scompensation, the Board considered his holistic performance across financial and non-financial performance dimensions, as well as feedback from investors at the 2022 Annual Meeting and the Firm's ongoing shareholder engagement. In addition to the Firm's strong financial performance in 2022 and its continued momentum over the long-term, the Board considered the stability and strength of the Firm's operating performance during the three years marked by the pandemic and subsequent reopening of the global economy, which introduced volatility to the Firm's reported financial performance primarily as a function of large reserve builds in 2020, followed by subsequent releases in 2021. The Board also took into account Mr. Dimon'scontinued exemplary leadership of the Firm, which continues to be one of the largest financial services firms in the world and is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management. Under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands, the Company serves millions of customers, predominantly in the United States, and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients globally.
The Board continues to recognize that the Firm is in a uniquely fortunate position to be led by such a highly talented and experienced executive who continues to grow the company, maintain market leadership positions, strengthen the Firm's reputation, invest at the cutting edge in opportunities for the future, promote diversity and best practices, manage risk and develop great leaders, while also maintaining his focus on the Firm's clients.
1 Revenue is on a managed basis. Managed revenue and ROTCE are non-GAAP financial measures. For further discussion, see notes (a) and (b) on page 6 of Exhibit 99.1 to the Firm's Current Report on Form 8-K dated
January 13, 2023, which has been filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, containing the Firm's earnings press release for the quarter ended December 31, 2022. 2 Equity incentives are subject to the JPMorgan Chase Bonus Recoupment Policy which applies in the event of a material restatement of the Firm's financial results. In addition, all equity awards granted in 2023 contain recapture provisions that enable the Firm to cancel outstanding awards and/or recover the value of certain stock distributed under the award in specified circumstances. In addition to recapture provisions, portions of equity awards awarded to the CEO are also subject to additional Protection-based Vesting provisions under which awards may be cancelled as determined by the Compensation & Management Development Committeeof the Board of Directors and ratified by the Board of Directors. 3 Credit provided to clients represents new and renewed credit, including loans and commitments. 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Item 9.01 Financial Statements and Exhibits
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