JPMorgan Chase Corporate - Model Risk Governance & Review - Model Review Group - Securitized Products Group - VP in New York, New York

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The Model Review Group (MRG) is responsible for conducting model validation firm-wide to help identify, measure, and mitigate Model Risk. MRG works closely with Risk, Finance and LOB professionals to communicate review findings and support ongoing model risk measurement and mitigation.

MRG is currently seeking an VP level individual to review models related to Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS), Mortgage Servicing Rights (MSRs), and other mortgage-related assets.

Responsibilities:

Complete high quality reviews of mortgage-related models used for valuation, risk, VaR, and stress

Maintain effective challenge, critical thinking, independence, consistency, and strong compliance to policy and procedures in model review activities

Interact with and communicate findings to colleagues both within and beyond MRG (including developers, front office, market risk, and audit)

Support regulatory interactions

Recruit, develop, and manage junior resources

Advanced degree in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, or a related quantitative discipline

3+ years of experience in quantitative research, preferably within financial services

Solid knowledge of, and experience with, MBS from a development or validation perspective

Excellent understanding of the mathematical, statistical and numerical methods used in quantitative finance

Thorough knowledge of both a general purpose language (e.g., Python) and a statistical language (e.g., R)

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively

JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.