JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the United States, has spoken out against racist incidents at some of its locations.
CEO Jamie Dimon responded to news from the New York Times in which examples of racism within the bank were denounced.
The newspaper managed to seize sound files on which racist expressions could be heard by some employees of a JPMorgan Chase bank in the American city of Phoenix.
In 2018, the American bank generated a turnover of 109 billion dollars (98 billion euros).
In an internal memo, Dimon said he was disgusted by all forms of racism and hatred and acknowledged that there was racism within his own company.
"We must use this moment to improve ourselves, as leaders, employees and people," said the CEO. The CEO would have instructed his managers, among other things, to look carefully at the bank's policy and culture.