Posted in General Business 14 days ago.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is a leading global financial services firm with assets of more than $2.7 trillion, over 240,000 employees and operations in over 60 countries. It operates across four business segments including Asset & Wealth Management, Corporate and Investment Banking, Commercial Banking and Consumer and Community Banking.
The Corporate & Investment Bank Treasury is a critical function within CIB Finance and Business Management. It is responsible for managing the liquidity, balance sheet and capital positions of the investment banking businesses, establishing transparent and market-based funds transfer pricing policy, and developing methodologies and metrics to improve the leverage, capital, collateral and liquidity risk management capabilities of the CIB. Additionally, CIB Treasury interacts heavily with Global Treasury in developing stress assumptions, contributing to the resolution plan submission, producing liquidity risk metrics and analysis including intraday aspects; managing CIB balance sheet and leverage ratios; and consolidating management and regulatory reporting.
The CIB Capital Controllers team is a group within the CIBT Treasury function whose primary responsibility is reporting of the risk weighted assets and capital for the Corporate & Investment Bank. The team ensures that the CIB businesses' RWA and capital are in line with the overall capital framework, and provides insight and guidance into the usage of capital. Clients of the group include corporate counterparts, senior management, capital policy and legal, business heads, Line of Business (LoB) product controllers, and planning and analysis teams. The team works extensively with the Sub-LoB controller groups to attest to the completeness and accuracy of RWA and capital results for the CIB. The group also partners with Capital Management Office to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory landscape and the accurate execution of capital policies.
We are looking for a strategic thinker to be part of a high-performing finance team who serves as a trusted advisor to CIB management and Corporate partners, providing clarity on how to best use analytics to gain insights, evaluate metrics, and drive results. The VP will act as team lead covering Basel III RWA for Market Risk and Derivatives with a focus on providing detailed analytics and reporting of results in the field. The VP's responsibilities will also include end-to-end ownership of the Retail and Securitizations segments, as well as managing ad-hoc projects around new business initiatives, implementation of new rules and policy guidance, and advising CIB Sub-LoBs in a subject-matter-expert capacity.
The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment. Candidates should enjoy teamwork and collaboration and have a demonstrated passion for driving business results through financial analysis. In addition to being a seasoned and well trained professional, the successful candidate will be a self-motivated strategic thinker with the ability to problem solve, inspire confidence, and to collaborate closely with business leads and internal stakeholders.
Roles & Responsibilities
• Manage, coach, and mentor a talented team (one associate in NY and junior members in Warsaw)
• Manage the end-to-end reporting of CIB Basel III RWA results for Market Risk, Derivatives, Retail, and Securitizations based on a monthly and quarterly cycle including, but not limited to:
• Perform ad hoc analysis in support of financial and strategic goals; prepare business review materials
• Partner with Capital Policy, Corporate Accounting Policy, and Legal teams on implementation of new capital rules and regulatory requirements
• Leverage a deep understanding of the CIB operations and financial principles and a working knowledge of key business drivers to coordinate, assess, and execute the long-term goals and priorities of the team
• Collaborate closely with business stakeholders and finance partners across the firm
• Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field
• 6+ years of experience in Finance, Accounting, or related field
• Outstanding written and verbal communications and ability to tailor message and style to different constituencies (e.g., Finance, Executive Management)
• Solid understanding of financial products and markets, as well as ability to link results to activities
• Demonstrated track record of strong performance and ability to deliver high quality output
• Ability to work collaboratively and develop strong relationships across the organization
• Strong personal management and organizational skills; ability to manage multiple (and changing) project deliverables at same time
• Aptitude for identifying business needs, improving on current processes, and driving operational change
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office; experience with internal JPM systems a plus
• Existing proficiency with (or willingness to learn) automation and dashboarding tools (incl. Green Belt and/or Black Belt)JPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the oldest financial institutions, offers innovative financial solutions to millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Our history spans over 200 years and today we are a leader in investment banking, consumer and small business banking, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management.
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