JPMorgan Chase Corporate & Investment Bank - Business Control Officer - Associate in New York, New York
The Business Control Officer (BCO) will interact with multiple lines of business and corporate functions and will need to be able to work effectively with senior executives of the firm. The BCO will need to establish very strong relationships within the Electronic Trading Businesses across Markets (i.e. business head, desk heads, sales personnel, business managers and keys business partners such as Product Control, Technology, Market Risk, Operations, Compliance etc). The BCO will need to develop a deep understanding of the business, its control challenges, the architecture and products.
The Business Control Officers focus will be:
Trusted Front Office control advisors
Represent Front Office interests vis a vis control/regulatory initiatives
Execute and implement business controls priorities and strategy
Front office supervisory management and execution
Control and Risk governance implementation and reporting
The successful candidate will work in E-Trading Controls Program supporting the team’s objectives regarding strategy development and implementation for E-Trading Controls.
The candidate is expected to facilitate, develop, and enhance tools for mitigating and analysing risks arising from intraday market movements, change management, and E-Trading strategy performance. The candidate will become familiar with the tools used and developed by the group to achieve the objectives above.
Support the E-Trading Controls Program from a Markets perspective (qualitatively) and from a metrics perspective (quantitatively)
Presenting information to diverse audiences of varied technological and experience inside and outside of the firm
Support the broader E-Trading Governance agenda through research, presentations, document assessments and reviews
Support the mitigation of catastrophic and lesser risks relating to E-Trading
Ad-hoc data analysis and report generation
BSc or MSc level – in Quantitative Finance, Mathematics, Computer Science, or similar
Early career experience with risk management, quantitative finance, business management, controls management, or application developer with an emphasis on financial markets.
It is strongly desirable for a candidate to have direct experience in electronic trading operations, oversight, strategy development, or related.
Program management and/or Product ownership
Confluence or related tools
Agile or related processes
Strong controls focus and comfortable working with large amounts of data
Demonstrated ability to transform complex data into intuitive visualizations
Software development experience strongly desirable
Financial regulatory or compliance interaction strongly desirable
Experience using Functional Programming languages: R, MatLab, etc.
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.