JPMorgan Chase shareholders voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to elect all of the company's directors and also endorsed its compensation to executives in 2013.
All directors received at least 96 percent of votes cast, the company said at the close of its annual meeting. The executive pay was approved by 78 percent.
Unlike last year, when some shareholders unsuccessfully pushed to have Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon stripped of one of the two titles, there were no major controversies at Tuesday's meeting.
The company won agreements earlier this year with activist shareholders to not take another vote on whether to split the roles of chairman and CEO, both of which Dimon currently holds.
In exchange, the bank agreed to develop some type of public event on criteria that boards should use in setting up the two roles, activists said in February.