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Compliance - London - 2023 ReEntry Program

JP Morgan

Location: Greater London

Job Type: Full time


The ReEntry Program is a 15-week fellowship program, beginning March 20, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023, with the prospect of an offer for permanent employment with JP Morgan Chase at the end of the program. The program offers a reintroduction to corporate life for those returning to the workplace after two or more years of voluntarily being away.

As part of Risk Management and Compliance, you are at the center of keeping JPMorgan Chase strong and resilient. You help the firm grow its business in a responsible way by anticipating new and emerging risks, and using your expert judgement to solve real-world challenges that impact our company, customers and communities. Our culture in Risk Management and Compliance is all about thinking outside the box, challenging the status quo and striving to be best-in-class.

We are seeking a talented individual to join our Global Financial Crimes and Compliance (GFCC) Advisory Team. The role sits within the Advisory team for Global Investment Banking (GIB), Markets and Securities Services in the EMEA region, advising on all aspects of the GFCC programme including Anti-Money Laundering, Sanctions and Anti-Corruption.

Please refer to our ReEntry Overview page for further information regarding the Program.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  • Provision of financial crime advisory support to the relevant Lines of Business (LOB) teams
  • Assisting in the investigation of suspicious activity
  • Support of the New Business Initiative process (NBIA) and Change Management initiatives
  • Supporting the client on-boarding functions with complex/problematic client on-boarding issues and instances of negative media
  • Supporting the conduct of regular AML/Sanctions risk assessments within the relevant lines of business

Minimum Skills, Experience and Qualifications

We are looking for someone excited to join our organization. If you meet the minimum requirements below, you are encouraged to apply to be considered for this role.

  • Seeking accomplished individuals who are currently on a voluntary career break for at least 2 years and wish to return to the workforce full time a part of the Global Financial Crimes and Compliance (GFCC) Advisory team
  • Knowledge of UK AML regulation and guidance as well as an understanding of AML regulations issued by EU and US authorities
  • Knowledge of global sanctions programmes
  • Analytical, planning, problem solving, and decision-making skill
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, relationship management skills including confidence in interactions with senior levels of management
  • Excellent research skills and an ability to produce quality results on a timely basis
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with individuals across business and/or functional lines
  • Proactive approach to problem solving, owning the issues and having the determination to follow tasks/issues through to resolution
  • Ability to work independently on projects in a fast-paced environment often to very tight deadlines
  • An interest in current affairs and the financial crime and counter terrorism

Diversity and Inclusion at JPM

A culture of inclusion is critical to JP Morgan’s success. We are committed to supporting women and encouraging them to achieve their career goals. Our team is as diverse as our work, and we’ve recently been recognized as a Top 50 Employer for Women in the UK, amongst many other awards across many different areas. J.P. Morgan is an Equal Opportunity Employer.