Two JPMorgan whistleblowers set to share $61m

JPMorgan Chase

Two whistle-blowers are set to share a record $61 million award from the Securities and Exchange Commission for helping make the case that JPMorgan Chase failed to disclose to wealthy clients that it was steering them into investments that would be most profitable for the bank.

Bloomberg News reports that the SEC issued letters on Wednesday notifying six whistle-blower applicants of the preliminary decision.

The letters said that two of them would share almost a quarter of the record asset-management settlement that the SEC reached with the bank in December 2015.

JPMorgan agreed to pay $307 million, with $267 million going to the SEC and $40 million to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The SEC wrote Wednesday that one person would receive 18 percent of the SEC portion of the settlement and the other 5 percent, which would translate to $48 million and $13 million.

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JPMorgan Whistle-Blowers Set to Reap Record $61 Million Bounty

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