He runs the biggest U.S. bank, Forbes ranks him as one of the 40 most-powerful people in America and he earns more than $25 million a year.
But JPMorgan Chase & Co CEO Jamie Dimon still has to show ID at a government building, just like everyone else.
Dimon met with Attorney General Eric Holder Thursday, amid talk the bank could be near an $11 billion settlement of civil and criminal probes.
But before Dimon could enter the building, he was photographed being made to show ID by Justice Dept. security.
Dimon can take comfort in the fact that it's not just him, though—the department makes it standard practice to make all visitors older than 16 show identification.
(Photo Credit: Manuel Balce Ceneta | AP)