John Zimmer

JPMorgan and Credit Suisse will get paid almost equal amounts for helping take Lyft public, and it’s part of a growing trend for IPO fees

JPMorgan and Credit Suisse will get paid almost equal amounts for helping take Lyft public, and it’s part of a growing trend for IPO fees

Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan, will see around 35% of Lyft’s IPO underwriting fees, sources told Business Insider. Getty/Win McNamee Lyft has been closely-guarded with the economics of its IPO. The company still hasn’t disclosed the fees its paying its underwriters, who are represented by JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, and Jefferies. JPMorgan took a…