JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is calling for reforms to U.S. public policy on education, infrastructure and mortgages to repair what he called the “fraying” American dream.
“Governments must be better and more effective - we cannot succeed without their help,” Dimon wrote in his annual letter. “The rest of us could do a better job, too,” he added.
In this year's letter he highlighted 11 problems he said are impeding U.S. growth and opportunities. Dimon also called on the U.S. government to finish implementing the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, which was passed in 2015 and is meant to provide $305 billion to improve America’s highways through 2020.