Andrew Chen

In the spring of 2011, JPMorgan Chase realised that their synthetic credit portfolio (SCP), which represented less than 1% of the bank’s total assets, had grown to become more than half of the bank’s total risk. An article in the WSJ would soon make it public knowledge that the bank was in a difficult situation.

Published 24 Mar 2014

Reference 6003

Topic Economics & Finance

Industry Financial Services Banking

Region Global

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