CIB - Global Corporate Banking - Public Sector Group – Analyst
Location: Greater London
Job Type: Full time
The Public Sector Group focuses on managing some of the most senior relationships of the firm with public sector institutions across multiple businesses. Our clients include central banks, sovereign wealth funds, public pension funds and other sovereign-related investors, governments, policy-related financial institutions, and international institutions. We build relationships with clients’ senior leadership including strategic decision makers, investment management, and risk management. We partner across Sales, Trading, and Corporate and Investment Banking businesses at J.P. Morgan to develop and create solutions that fit the needs of our clients. Our work is global in terms of geography and firm-wide in terms of products, linkage and interaction with coverage, credit and risk teams.
Beyond our direct coverage efforts we also continue to track business performance, enhance the sector's management reporting, produce marketing tools and pitch books tailored to the segment, build out wallet analyses, facilitate communication and share best practices across global coverage, sales and service teams. We also lead and/or participate in a number of client meetings and presentations, seminars and training programs.
The Analyst will support the global team with the development and maintenance of public sector client relationships and will also contribute to ensuring global team connectivity.
- Assisting the team in managing existing client relationships and developing new business and client strategies. Engage in discussions with sales, product teams an internal functions at J.P. Morgan as required
- Developing broad subject matter expertise across lines of business about our relevant clients. This includes an in-depth research and understanding of the entire universe of clients and prospects, buying behaviours, drivers, business models, internal products, competitors, economic outlook and industry developments, trends and challenges
- Assisting with the preparation of pitch books and other marketing materials
- Maintaining internal reports including revenue decks and other analytical reporting
- Preparing internal memos including those required at the various levels of transaction approvals, client relationship overview, briefing notes, etc.
- Assisting with the organization of client seminars and training sessions
- Bachelor's degree or higher. Academic credentials on economics, international economic relations and/or any other public policy related subject are desirable
- Ideal if the candidate has prior experience in markets sales, corporate finance or capital markets
- A team player passionate about public sector institutions and a high level of motivation to learn about and work with public sector clients
- Strong quantitative, analytical and computer skills including PowerPoint and Excel based modelling
- Fluency in English. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Familiarity with J.P. Morgan processes and products
- Proficiency with J.P. Morgan research tools as well as those of third party providers such as Bloomberg
The Global Corporate Bank manages J.P. Morgan's overall relationships with large corporations, financial institutions and public sector organizations globally to solve problems for clients and help them to grow. We help our clients meet their objectives and challenges in financing, risk management, working capital, cash management and investments. Clients benefit from dedicated coverage provided by experienced corporate bankers, who deliver the firm's extensive product platform and presence in more than 60 countries worldwide. We leverage the capital strength of JPMorgan Chase and extend credit to help clients grow their business
This role encompasses the performance of UK regulated activity. The successful candidate will therefore be subject to meeting UK regulatory requirements in the assessment of fitness, propriety, knowledge and competence (as assessed by the Firm) and (where appropriate) approval by the UK Financial Conduct Authority and/or the Prudential Regulation Authority to carry out such activities.