J.P. Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon has warned the US banking giant may have to cut as many as 4,000 jobs in the UK if Britain votes to leave the European Union (EU) in this month's referendum.
Dimon (pictured), president and chief executive of the US bank, said leaving the EU would be a "terrible deal" for the UK economy, the BBC reports. He spoke alongside Chancellor George Osborne at J.P....
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