JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon tours’s Boise headquarters

Wearing blue jeans and a polo shirt, JPMorgan Chase CEO and billionaire Jamie Dimon strolled into’s Boise headquarters Wednesday flanked by high-level bank officials.

Dimon was named “the most important banker in the world” in a story published by Business Insider on the same day. In June, Bloomburg reported Dimon’s net worth was $1.1 billion. He was on the last day of a three-day tour with stops at branches and business customers in Denver, Salt Lake City, and Jackson Hole and Afton in Wyoming. CEO Ryan DeLuca gave Dimon and his entourage a tour of the headquarters on Meeker Avenue off of East Chinden Boulevard. Employees wore casual garb or workout clothes. DeLuca showed off the company gym, where employees lifted weights. He talked about the company’s dedication to fitness as a core value. He talked about the company’s growing network and plans to open a second overseas distribution center in Australia.

“It’s a fabulous company,” Dimon said after the 20-minute tour. “It’s wonderful to see people build something from the ground up.”

Then Dimon concluded his six-hour Boise visit and left for Jackson Hole.