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Regulatory Strategy Associate

Greater London
Full time
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JP Morgan
Banking, investment & finance
10,001+ employees
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The role will report to a Vice President in the London team responsible for managing UK regulatory relationships. The team manages day-to-day dialogue with UK regulators, related engagements, and regulatory responses. The team coordinates initiatives across UK and other EMEA locations, firmwide functions and lines of business as required.

The role will require the individual to support the UK regulatory management team in the management of UK regulator interactions and will at times require supporting an exam manager in the management of regulatory examinations and internal stakeholder groups.

As a Regulatory Strategy Associate within EMEA Regulatory Strategy team (part of the broader EMEA Compliance, Conduct and Operational Risk or CCOR function), you will be responsible for the oversight and coordination of the firm’s engagement with UK, EU, other EMEA and global regulators. The EMEA Regulatory Strategy team is split across three locations – London, Frankfurt, and Paris – and is a small but critical team within the EMEA CCOR function which offers great visibility of J.P. Morgan’s regional operations and the opportunity to interact with businesses and functions across the whole firm.

Job Responsibilities

  • Support with the coordination of regulatory meetings, other engagements, and regulatory requests, obtaining information and documentation across relevant businesses and functions.
  • Maintain the firm’s system of record for managing regulatory engagements and participating or leading on quality control work and other process improvement initiatives as necessary.
  • Support with the coordination of regulatory examinations covering various businesses, functions, and topics, including operations, finance, regulatory reporting, and sales and trading through the entire lifecycle of an exam. This includes management of requests for information, setting up regulatory meetings as well as internal preparatory sessions.
  • Oversee the schedule of examination meetings that J.P. Morgan has with the relevant regulators and keeping comprehensive records of meetings / agreed actions / deliverables.
  • Oversee the delivery of examination information to the relevant regulator in a timely manner and tracking deliverables / requests for information. Reviewing the quality of regulatory submissions, working with internal subject matter experts and taking action where necessary.
  • Assist with the collation of management briefings on regulatory topics and priorities.
  • Contributing to, and producing, management information on examinations, engagements and regulatory themes.
  • Develop a good understanding of regulatory interactions and priorities across the region and globally, and support management in the identification and proactive management of emerging risks, themes and requirements.

Required qualifications, capabilities, and skills:

  • Minimum BSc/ BA or similar degree and relevant experience in financial services or related field.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, leadership and communication (oral and written) skills.
  • Client service skills – the candidate must demonstrate the judgment and ability to closely partner with and advise managers and other stakeholders on regulatory interactions.
  • Strong analytical skills, attention to detail, solid judgment, and the ability to evaluate complex regulatory business issues.
  • Project management skills and ability to manage multiple work streams involving different partners and groups.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment, including by demonstrating excellent time management and planning skills, along with the ability to handle multiple assignments at the same time.
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint and ability to manipulate, synthesize and present information.

Preferred qualifications, capabilities and skills:

  • Strong general business and/ or operational, technical or financial awareness expected.