EMEA Capital Management & Strategy Team - Associate

JP Morgan

Location: Greater London

Job Type: Full time

Posted


Objectives/ Deliverables for this role

EMEA Capital Management and Strategy team is looking for a strong associate to work within the UK Capital Management team. This is a key role in the EMEA Capital Management and Strategy team, which produces critical deliverables for EMEA senior management and UK regulators, including UK entities’ capital projections, Individual Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP), capital aspects of Recovery & Resolution, as well as owning the EMEA ICAAP framework and standards, and having oversight of non-UK capital management and ICAAP.

This role will focus specifically on the entities in the UK, working on capital forecasting and management, ICAAP and related activities (such as capital stress testing). The role is an ideal representation of projects and business-as-usual activities, offering the right level of challenge and opportunity to grow.

By way of context, the broader EMEA Capital Management & Legal Entity Strategy team, within JPM’s Finance function, helps to ensure that the Firm complies with its prudential regulatory obligations, through:

  • production of regulatory deliverables for which the team is directly responsible to a high standard of accuracy, with appropriate, clear messaging, meeting regulatory requirements and expectations;
  • provision of timely, accurate and relevant advice to senior management and other teams within Finance and the wider Firm, to enable them to meet their regulatory obligations and better manage the business within regulatory constraints;
  • ensuring that our regulated entities operate efficiently with adequate capital to meet regulatory requirements and appropriately cover the risks they face, now and in the foreseeable future;
  • early identification of accurate analysis of and influence on changes to the capital framework.

Qualifications – Internal

Knowledge, skills and experience required

  • Ability to manage and take responsibility for own work, producing reliable, high-quality outputs to an agreed timeline. Good task management skills and ability to prioritise and work to tight deadlines.
  • Ability to analyse, manipulate and present data, focusing on material outcomes and producing coherent outputs. Attention to detail.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, with the written and oral presentation skills to deliver clear messages for a senior audience and external parties.
  • Ability to understand and interpret complex rules frameworks.
  • Well organised; ability to prioritise, multi-task, meet deadlines and work under pressure.
  • Enthusiastic self-starter; inquisitive/curious; desire to understand the ‘big picture’.
  • Proactive and willing to accept responsibility.
  • Collaborative approach to working within a team and coordinating with other teams in Finance, Risk, Treasury and the business lines.
  • Working knowledge of the current EU/international prudential regime, including Basel, CRD / CRR/IFPR, and the Pillar 2 / ICAAP/ICARA framework.
  • Understanding of basic capital and accounting concepts
  • Knowledge of standard Microsoft office tools.

Desirable

    • Experience of capital calculations and planning.
    • Knowledge of the investment banking industry, products and business lines.

All internal moves will normally take place on the same grade and same salary. Salaries are reviewed annually in February. Exceptions to the rule regarding transfer on current salary may include a move between geographic locations.

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