Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance - Vice President

JP Morgan

Location: Greater London

Job Type: Full time


The Quality Assurance team consists of 4 people and sits within the wider Controls team in Finance. The team is responsible for providing assurance over the capital calculations of the UK and EU regulated entities under the CRR (Capital Requirements Regulation) and IFPR (Investment Firm Prudential Regime). Working alongside the Reporting, Capital Product and Capital Policy teams, the Quality Assurance team performs targeted reviews to substantively test the existing regulatory implementations. Topics in scope include RWA, Leverage and Large Exposure calculations, as well as IFPR calculations.

As a Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance Vice President in the Regulatory Reporting Quality Assurance team, you will be responsible for various projects to perform targeted reviews on regulatory calculations and related disclosures. This will involve reviewing the relevant regulation, business requirements, and operating models. You will utilise Excel / Alteryx to recreate calculations independently and perform substantive testing. At the conclusion of the review, you will write and present detailed reports of findings to senior management, including impact assessments and recommendations for remediation plans

Job Responsibilities

  • Works independently on 1-4 month projects to perform targeted reviews on regulatory calculations and related disclosures.
  • Assists the Reporting team with the implementation of remediation plans and / or other projects where required
  • Work with the Capital Product team to review the requirements for upcoming regulatory implementations, including future regulation
  • Tracks regulatory reporting publications, EBA Q&A’s and form reporting interpretations where required by the Reporting team

Required Qualifications, Capabilities and Skills:

  • Familiarity with large parts of the regulatory rules (CRR/CRR2/3) and reporting requirements (COREP) under the UK / EU regulation
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office – Excel, Outlook, Word and PowerPoint
  • Degree qualification and either accountancy qualification or qualification by experience within Financial Services industry
  • Good understanding of investment banking products including derivatives / security financing transactions and banking products (deposits, loans, credit facilities)
  • Self-motivated and ability to work independently; focused on execution skills and the ability to deliver results even through challenges
  • Ability to communicate effectively and build relationships across teams
  • Ability to critically review and challenge numbers with strong analytical skills; flexibility to work under pressure to meet changing work requirements

Preferred Qualifications, Capabilities and Skills (not essential)

  • Knowledge of the IFPR regulatory rules and reporting requirements
  • Experience using Alteryx to build complicated solutions with large datasets