JPMorgan "has to stand out because it is already earning 15 percent on its capital and that's what banks are striving to do. It is also returning capital to shareholders."
-Bank of America's $8.5 billion settlement wipes out a substantial portion of profit, but there still are some residual and securities claims, according to Orenbuch.
"But we do think they can now move forward and people can be confident in the book value of $12.5."
In reference to the Fed's capping swiping fees as 21 cents, Orenbuch said, the cap is manageable in that banks can raise fees elsewhere to make up for lost swipe fee revenue.
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