JPMorgan Chase Asset Management - Firmwide Fiduciary and Conflicts of Interest Central Team – Vice President in New York, New York


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Departmental Description

The Firmwide Fiduciary & Conflicts of Interest (FFCOI) Program is designed to create a structured, sustainable, and where appropriate, globally consistent framework to manage fiduciary activities and conflict of interest risks. The Program works across and with all Lines of Business (LOB) and control functions to create a fiduciary network across the firm to further JPMC’s values of integrity, fairness and accountability and overall focus on ethical business practices of dealing with customers fairly and in good faith.

The FFCOI Program reports to the Vice Chairman of Asset & Wealth Management and is further accountable to the CEO of Asset & Wealth Management. FFCOI is a first line of defense function established within the organization that is accountable for the firm’s Fiduciary and Conflicts of Interest frameworks, which includes:

  • Evaluating and maintaining a relevant, effective and efficiently designed FFCOI governance model;

  • Applying consistent fiduciary policies, standards and methods, training and awareness;

  • Leading the firm’s fiduciary risk and controls assessment program ; and

  • Developing and delivering ‘ fiduciary intelligence’ on best practices/ lessons learned, data analytics, dashboards/assessment tools and regulatory reporting.

Core Responsibilities

The Business Intelligence team is a high-visibility internal consulting team within the Conflicts of Interest and Fiduciary Central Team. The team is responsible for defining process improvements and analytics that can look across sets of information and identify meaningful trends that drive change. A strong candidate for this role would have:

  • Excellent project management skills and execution.

  • Experience with leading front-to-end process reviews

  • Demonstrated ability to consistently deliver work of a high standard, to tight timelines

  • Define and manage to a project plan from conception through implementation, including milestones, key deliverables and obtaining stakeholder sign offs

  • Ability to consistently deliver results with little direct supervision and knows when to seek assistance or escalate

  • Strong business process / operating model redesign experience

  • Ability to work across lines of business and functions to identify synergies

  • Process reengineering experience, challenging the status quo, current processes and tools to find the most efficient solution possible

  • Ability to look through to the root cause of issues and leading efforts to define creative solutions

  • Identify and support the development of new capabilities

  • Identify and develop metrics to best manage the organization

  • Drive and sustain risk and control efforts

  • Exceptional Interpersonal and Communication Skills:

  • Ability to liaise with senior management and communicate at an appropriate level

  • Attention to detail with the ability to succinctly communicate requirements to senior management

  • Ability to interpret issues raised then prioritize and communicate to senior management and other key stakeholders regarding resolution plans and expectations

  • Works well individually, and in teams, shares information and supports colleagues

  • Proven ability to build strong partnerships with key stakeholders and reason persuasively

  • Strong Technical Competencies:

  • Strong PowerPoint and Visio Skills

  • Strong Analytical Skills

  • Bachelor's degree (or relevant financial services experience) required

  • 7+ years of financial services or relevant business experience

  • Management consulting experience preferred

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