The bank failed to properly record millions of emails, instant messages, and trading records for 10 years.
This is on top of an additional $920 million it paid last month to four other regulators over the "London Whale" trade.
The big losers: shareholders and employees.
Don't take notes on a criminal f-cking conspiracy.
The supervisor of the two JPMorgan traders charged with wire fraud and making false statements is barely mentioned in the charges unveiled today. But is Preet Bharara climbing up the ladder?
Feds say two former JPMorgan traders attempted to "fraudulently manipulate" their trading positions "in order to conceal hundreds of billions of dollars in losses."
But it's also facing more heat from the Justice Department for its pre-crisis actions.
Jamie Dimon, CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase, defeated a shareholder vote to split the roles.