JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chairman, President and CEO Jamie Dimon will be among several CEOs who are set to meet with President Donald Trump on Feb. 3 to discuss a number of issues, The Wall Street Journal reported Feb. 1.
Citing a "person familiar with the matter," the news outlet said the agenda includes discussions on issues such as regulation, women in the workforce, tax and trade, and infrastructure development. BlackRock Inc. Chairman and CEO Larry Fink will also be part of the meeting.
Trump previously tapped 19 business leaders to form a strategic policy forum, with Blackstone Group LP Chairman and CEO Stephen Schwarzman serving as head of the panel. The group is tasked with advising the president on the impact of government policy on the economy.