JPMorgan Chase Corporate Finance - Finance & Risk CFO Operations - Associate in Jersey City, New Jersey
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Finance and Risk Operations is a global team within the Firm wide Finance and Risk CFO Organization, monitoring the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of data used for Wholesale Credit and Liquidity risk management and reporting. The team designs, implements and operates controls to manage the data flow, and identifies data quality issues for remediation. Finance and Risk Operations works closely with various internal partners within all lines of business, as well as other group functions including Risk Reporting, Risk Policy, Regulatory Risk, Risk Middle Office, Business Middle Offices, Control & Oversight and the Firm wide Data Quality Team
Support the daily/monthly Liquidity Risk and Wholesale Credit reporting process.
Partner with the line of business to understand key business drivers, infrastructure, and products, to help identify potential business risks and assist with the creation of process efficiencies.
Partner with existing Credit and Liquidity risk operations teams to document the current process (system architecture, data flow, reconciliations, controls, etc.)
Represent operations at meetings with technology and projects/LOB teams.
Provide project management and leadership on projects for processes related to Wholesale Credit and Liquidity Risk Management.
Participate in and adhere to operational internal controls, operational governance, and metrics preparation.
Facilitates the creation of process documents, analyzes trends regarding feed activity and balances, and performs E2E feed to highlight gaps.
Own and review data quality exceptions for Liquidity Risk and Wholesale Credit reporting. Work with lines of business and stakeholders to resolve assigned data quality exceptions.
Collaborate with other team members and peers to drive resolution of data quality and systemic issues across all feed supplies.
Partner with regional leadership team to identify and solve resource gaps, highlight and resolve barriers
Analyzes and identifies both quantitative and qualitative anomalies in data feeds, shares observations with management, LoBs, and consumers along with recommendations on how the issues can be addressed.
Performs analysis by leveraging data from different source systems and databases. Works very closely with internal and external stakeholders to communicate data issues that may present significant downstream reporting impacts.
Partner very closely with LoBs and consumers to facilitate the processing of adjustments to address any data quality issues to meet downstream reporting needs.
Proactively track and own the remediation efforts of data quality issues that impact the bank's external and internal reporting processes. This includes the planning and coordinating of remediation activities; all while keeping management informed of updates/developments.
Support multiple change management projects, and participate in UAT and regressing testing activities when required.
Analyze large data samples in a limited time frame on a recurring basis; candidate should be comfortable with performing various excel modeling techniques such as building macros, pivoting, and complex to semi-complex formulas.
The roles provides exposure to all LoBs throughout the Bank, various business related processes, and the chance to demonstrate analytical and strategic thinking skills.
Bachelors Degree required ( Engineering, Finance, or Business degree preferable)
Masters Degree preferred but not required( Engineering, Finance, or Business degree preferable)
Sound knowledge of varied financial products suites
Excellent written and verbal communications, clearly communicate complex topics at all organizational levels.
Problem solving and decision-making skills.
Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office products, i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Visio
Experience with MS Access and Business Objects is a plus but not required.
Ability to multi-task, work well under pressure and commitment to deliver under tight deadlines
Strong leadership and time management skills.
5-7 years’ experience in financial services operations capacity
Self – motivated and able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Collaborative working style
Strong team player able to work with all levels of employees.
Familiarity with Derivatives, Cash Securities and or Traditional Credit Products or trading/settlement applications desirable but not required.
Familiarity with Front Office and Middle Office operations concepts.
Experience in Financial Operations and/or Middle Office and knowledge of the Credit, Finance and/or Regulatory Reporting.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.