After overseeing JPMorgan Chase while the bank paid about $20 billion in penalties last year to federal authorities, CEO is reportedly getting a raise in pay. JPMorgan's board voted this week to increase his 2013 compensation, the New York Times reported, after cutting his pay in half by $11.5 million last year in response to the "London Whale" trading debacle that cost the bank billions. A spokeswoman for JPMorgan Chase declined to comment. Back in 2011, he received the highest pay, $23.1 million, for any chief at a large bank. Here's a look at some of the things that have happened since then. You decide whether he deserves a raise.