JP Morgan under fire from US Congress over fossil lending
Letter demands information linked to taxpayer risks from orphaned wells
Members of US Congress have written to JP Morgan’s CEO, Jamie Dimon, to express concerns that the bank’s fossil fuel lending practices “are putting US taxpayer funds at risk”.
Sent earlier this week, the letter is signed by Ro Khanna, Chair of Congress’ Subcommittee on Environment…
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