Interesting article, especially the end: Dimon also spared a few words for cybersecurity threats, an issue that has plagued JP Morgan and other financial institutions in the last year.

"Regarding privacy, I do not believe that most people fully understand what no longer is private and how their information is being bought, sold and used," he wrote. "As a bank, we are appropriately restricted in how we can use our data, but we have found many examples of our data being misused by a third party. We are going to be very aggressive in limiting and controlling how third parties can use JPMorgan Chase data."