EMEA HR Regulatory Compensation - Associate

JP Morgan

Location: Greater London

Job Type: Full time

Posted


Compensation as part of our talent development strategy, is fundamental to our goal to attract, retain and motivate our workforce.

As an Associate in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) Regulatory Compensation Team you will be responsible for monitoring and implementing EMEA remuneration regulations which impact the Firm’s businesses and functions across the region.

This encompasses regulations impacting both the Banking and Investment Firms industries - primarily CRD V, IFPR, AIFMD and UCITS V - including relevant remuneration policies and processes, remuneration governance, regulatory reporting and disclosures.

Job responsibilities

  • Monitors external regulatory developments and assesses impact for the Firm
  • Supports the annual review of “material risk taker” (MRT) identification methodology and day-to-day management of the MRT population
  • Prepares of Board and Remuneration Committee materials on remuneration governance matters
  • Prepares / reviews of quantitative and qualitative regulatory submissions
  • Prepares / reviews of public remuneration disclosures
  • Updates applicable Remuneration Policies in line with relevant regulations and practice
  • Drafts responses to regulators on remuneration practices and processes
  • Maintains and implements up to date policies and procedures
  • Partners on regulatory remuneration matters within HR, and for Control Function partners and the business

Required qualifications, capabilities, and skills

  • Ability to distil and articulate simply complex regulatory matters
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills, including advanced Excel
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Pro-active approach to project management and prioritizing work-load
  • Proven ability to work independently with broad range of stakeholders
  • Thorough attention to detail
  • Pro-active in raising issues and identifying opportunities for process improvements

Preferred qualifications, capabilities, and skills

  • Writing skills in both German and English preferred