"We have let a lot of people down and are sorry for it."
Those are the words of JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon in prepared testimony that he's expected to deliver in person Wednesday before the Senate Banking Committee.
Though he's sincerely really really sorry, Dimon also says that mistakes like the bank's multibillion dollar trading losses could very well happen again.
The Wall Street Journal's Deal Blog notes that today is the two-month anniversary of Dimon calling the losses a "tempest in a teapot."
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