Jamie Dimon, the CEO of the nation's largest bank, JPMorgan, went before before shareholders at the company's annual meeting Tuesday and had his $23 million pay package approved, CNNMoney.com reports.
The meeting came Â just days after the bank disclosed aÂ $2 billion trading loss, an event that led to the departure of its chief investment officer and forced its CEO to apologize for what he called "a terrible mistake."
Dimon, who also serves as the bank's chairman, faced shareholders who have seen the company's stock decline by more than 14% over the previous five trading sessions.
In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, shareholders have looked upon the nation's largest banks with increased scrutiny, and have often used shareholder meetings to push an agenda of reform.
Read about howÂ JPMorgan made its multi-billion dollar blunder, and howÂ Dimon gets $23 million for 2011 and bragging rightsÂ and then let us know in the comments section how you feel about the CEO's $23 million compensation package.
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