Far away from all the SEC allegations against Goldman Sachs is J.P. Morgan's CEO Jamie Dimon. During Dimon's tenure, the more than 200-year-old bank has been one of the healthiest firms to come out of the credit crisis and was one of the fastest to repay its TARP funds. Dimon even has an unlikely fan in President Obama, who's in the middle of pushing through a vast financial reform bill. "You know, keep in mind, though there are a lot of banks that are actually pretty well managed, J.P. Morgan being a good example, Jamie Dimon, the CEO there, I don't think should be punished for doing a pretty good job managing an enormous portfolio," said Obama. Unlike some of the other financial institutions and personalities, Dimon appears to not only be a strong businessman, but also highly favored among his peers—or at least the president. Lloyd Blankfein, take note.