J.P. Morgan & Co. aims to develop its capital market operations further, but needs another "two to three years" to get to where it wants to be, its chairman said Wednesday.

Speaking at the annual shareholders meeting, Dennis Weatherstone said the bank had lagged behind in developing securities-related activities, mainly as a result of legislation restricting capital markets activities of commercial banks.

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