Jamie Dimon is still the king of Wall Street. His leadership is one of biggest reasons that JPMorgan took the No. 1 spot on the list.
"Run by the best CEO in the business," one respondent told Vault.com.
The culture is described as "very open, casual, and welcoming."
Mentoring for junior employees is said to be top notch.
The size of the bank, however, can be a drawback. It can be "bureaucratic," as one employee put it.
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