JPMorgan Chase AWM - F&BM Internal Control & Program Management - Associate in New Hyde Park, New York
J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management, with client assets of $2.8 trillion, is a global leader in investment and wealth management.
AWM serves institutions, high-net-worth individuals and retail clients through two businesses: Asset Management (“AM”) and Wealth Management (“WM”). AWM offers investment management across all major asset classes including equities, fixed income, alternatives, multi-asset and money market funds. For individual investors, the business also provides retirement products and services, brokerage and banking services including trusts and estates, loans, mortgages and deposits.
AM brings comprehensive investment management services and products on a global scale across multiple asset classes to retail investors and institutional clients. Such services include the provision of sub-advisory services to other investment managers, whether affiliated or unaffiliated, and their clients, from both the United States and
Internationally. AM’s clients benefit from a range of investment activities, which include a range of strategies including, Equity, Fixed Income, Current and Real Assets, Multi-Asset Solutions. Liquidity, Private Equity and Hedge Funds.
WM includes both the Private Bank ("PB") and JPMorgan Securities ("JPMS"). WM offers investment advice and wealth management services, including investment management, capital markets and risk management, trust and estate planning, banking, lending, custody, mortgage, and specialty wealth advisory services. WM offers these services to high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, families, money managers, business owners, trusts, personal holding companies and corporations worldwide, including law firms, private equity and hedge funds where the principals of such firms also maintain individual relationships with WM. WM also provides services to charities, foundations and endowments, as well as structures associated with each of the above such as personal holding companies, trusts and corporations.
AWM Finance and Business Management is responsible for financial planning and analysis, regulatory reporting, strategy, capital stress, business management and internal control on a global basis. The Internal Control & Program Management team is part of AWM Finance and Business Management and is responsible for several control initiatives and works closely with many support functions across AWM. The team manages the following control initiatives:
Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) & CCAP Control Programs
Quality Assurance over Regulatory Reporting (e.g., CCAR, Risk Appetite, etc.)
Resolution and Recovery Planning Program Management
Coordination and documentation of AWM’s quarterly Management Representation Letter and Control Affirmation process
Preparation and analysis of legal entity Reorganization and Capital Actions (RCA) and inter-company guarantees
Legal Entity Structure / Reg-W Reporting (including Metrics / EMRs)
Legal entity reporting and analysis as it relates to the Global Enterprise Management System (“GEMS”), rationalization and other business programs (i.e., FATCA);
Material Risk Inventory; and
Control management (RCSA and associated administration)
Roles & Responsibilities for Internal Control & Program Management
The candidate must be an experienced professional, preferably with knowledge of the private bank / wealth management and / or asset management businesses, financial instruments and products, and a strong understanding of internal control and support systems within a financial institution;
Provide management with support for a complex reporting process to ensure complete, accurate and timely reporting of the programs managed
Update and maintain documentation to support the individual program plans and related information;
Assist with the administration of the individual control programs; and
Interact with line of business contacts in Finance and Business Management, Legal Entity Controllers, O&C, Technology, Operations, Real Estate, Compliance, Legal and the Firm PMO team
3 + years experience in global financial services or related professional services
Prior experience with Business Management, Financial Reporting and/or Budgeting
Project Management experience along with a working knowledge of Financial products (e.g., Equity, Credit, Derivatives, Collateral, etc.);
The ability to:
Develop, clearly present and draw conclusions from relevant data;
Learn quickly, be flexible and think strategically;
Multi-task in order to complete projects on time while being able to adapt to changing priorities;
Work individually and in teams, shares information, supports colleagues and encourages participation;
Possess thoughtful analytical skills along with strong skills in time management, problem solving, written and verbal communication;
Enthusiastic, self motivated, effective under pressure;
Strong work ethic with keen attention to detail and accuracy;
Strong PowerPoint and Excel skills required
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.