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J.P. Morgan's Global Market Infrastructures (GMI) is a global functionwithin the Chief Administrative Office (CIB), responsible for managing theFirm's network of critical third party providers to meet the Firm'srequirements for cash and securities services for its proprietary and clientactivities. These critical providers include Financial Market Infrastructures(Payment Systems, Central Counterparties, Securities Depositories and ChequeClearing Systems) and Agent Banks (cash correspondent banks, partner banks andsecurities sub-custodians and clearing banks).
GMI leverage the standards of the Firm's Third Party Oversight (TPO)program to select, maintain and exit Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs)and Agent Banks in scope, thereby meeting the Firm's regulatory requirement tomanage critical third parties as well as the Firm's standards and client expectations.In doing so, we support and work closely with all the Lines of Business (LOBs)across the Firm.
Within GMI, the Market and Infrastructures Management (MIM) team is responsible for the procurement,management and oversight of the variousaspects of the Firm's membership and relationship with FMIs and Agent Banks,meet the TPO requirements, assess the underlying risks, ensure we meet allregulatory requirements, and manage our spend. The MIM team is also responsibleto understand the markets covered, track and evaluate market developments, leadand participate in market or industry discussions to represent the interests ofthe various LOBs and their clients.
The Cash Market and Infrastructure Manager for the EMEA region isresponsible for a portfolio of FMIs (cash payment systems) and Agent Banks (cashcorrespondents) across the region, working in partnership with the MIM CoreDelivery team to meet our key deliverables.
The MIM team works closely with the other teams in GMI including NetworkClient Consulting (NCC), Network Performance Management (NPM), InformationManagement and Delivery (IMD), Venue Change Management (VCM) and PracticeDevelopment and has a global presence in key locations to provide marketcoverage.
Support line of business legal with the negotiation of contractualarrangements. Also to support the lines of business with the negotiation of feeschedules, where applicable, and manage JPM spend with FMIs and Agent Banks
Manage a portfolio of FMI memberships and Agent Bankrelationships, managing the external interfaces with the relevant people andfunctions within the FMIs and Agent Banks up to senior levels both forescalation and strategic discussions.
Coordinate the various aspects of our relationship across LOBs,and brief and guide the relevant people ahead of key meetings and decisionpoints
Conduct periodic due diligence reviews with the FMIs and AgentBanks, address TPO requirements with the support of the Core Delivery team,Legal, Market Infrastructure Risk, Supplier Assurance Services and CIBResiliency teams
Identify risks and issues and articulate recommendations to ensurethe most optimal and effective use of FMIs and Agent Banks in the markets wherewe operate
Provide detailed market expertise to support the LOBs and theirclients, analyse and draft market information updates/news, conduct researchand drive the opening of new markets
Update the relevant LOBs should market events and crisissituations occur, whether impacting the Agent, the FMI and/or the whole market
Participate in global projects and/or information gatheringimpacting FMIs and Agent Banks whether initiated by GMI or by the LOBs
Lead Request for Information (RFIs) and Request for Proposals(RFPs) to assess and select new Agent Banks or services provided in a specificmarket or region, and work with NSM to transition to new Agent Banks
Work with the LOBs to ensure the relevant requirements are met aspart of the NBIA or ABIA processes when engaging with new FMIs or Agent Banks,or buying new services from existing ones
Cash services, cash management and payments experience in thefinancial services industry is beneficial.
Previous experience working with or dealing with FMIs and AgentBanks, and with Third Party Oversight (TPO) is preferred
Network Management or buying experience is preferred but notrequired.
Strong skills in the areas of Risk Management, Compliance andOversight and Control
Strong relationship management, influencing and negotiation skills
Strong communication (verbal and written), analytical and projectmanagement skills
Self starter with a strong ability to work across the global GMIteam, across the Firm, developing partnerships with the LOBs that we supportand the functional areas that we leverage
Attention to detail combined with an ability to absorb a largeamount of information, articulate recommendations and develop a strategicapproach
About J.P. Morgan's Corporate &Investment Bank:
J.P. Morgan's Corporate &Investment Bank is a global leader across banking, markets and investorservices. The world's most important corporations, governments and institutionsentrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $18 trillion ofassets under custody and $393 billion in deposits, the Corporate &Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk andextends liquidity in markets around the world. Further information aboutJ.P. Morgan is available at www.jpmorgan.com . JPMorganChase & Co. offers an exceptional benefits program and a highly competitivecompensation package. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employerand a member of the UK Government's Disability Confident Scheme.
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