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Markets' trading is comprised of Corporate & Investment Bank's businesses such as:
Macro Trading comprises the Corporate & Investment Bank's Currencies & Emerging Markets, Rates, FX Services, Macro e-Commerce and Commodities businesses, with a collective presence in 23 countries.
The Currencies and Emerging Markets (CEM) business is a multi-assets, fast moving growth business with significant positive SVA contribution. Emerging markets offer a large variety of products within the fixed income asset class and are represented in London, NY, HK, Singapore and multiple locations (e.g. Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Turkey, India, etc).
Rates business is market maker in linear and non-linear interest rate derivatives and European Securities. The desk also makes markets in instruments such as FX Forwards, Futures & Bond Futures, Sovereign Bonds, CDS (Index & Single name), Bond Options and Asset Swaps.
The FX Services desk forms part of the Corporate and Investment Banking division and provides currency risk management services to other parts of the wider J.P. Morgan Chase business such as Investor Services (IS), Treasury Services (TS), Commercial Banking (CB) and Consumer and Business Banking (CBB).
The Global Commodities (GCG) business is multi-asset, fast moving growth businesses which offers a large variety of products within the Commodities asset class including Precious metals, Base metals and Energy commodities (Oil & Gas) and are represented in London, NY and Singapore.
External reporting, Balance sheet/RWA role is an extension of the product controller role. The External reporting team is responsible for the timely and accurate regulatory submissions of the Lines of Businesses. The team is also responsible for monitoring balance sheet, liquidity, RWA and capital.
This Role offers a unique opportunity for a highly motivated individual to enhance holistic understanding of business along with related financial, regulatory and treasury aspects. In addition, this role provides a significant scope for intra-firm networking coupled with exposure to senior personnel.
Understanding key functions & responsibilities of various groups involved within every stage of the reporting and tasks (namely Product controllers, External reporting Team, Legal entity controller, Treasury etc.). A good understanding & ability to navigate through various infrastructure/system used (namely Risk management systems, accounting engines, sub-ledger, ledger, MIS systems etc.).
Ensuring data integrity, sanity of the general ledger & other systems used for external & internal reporting / disclosures.
Preparation, oversight and accountability for the quality of the reporting for internal & external usage.
Provides analytic & required information for optimizing Balance sheet, Liquidity and RWA.
Monitoring of the LOBs Balance Sheet from a net funding, GSIB, leverage ratios perspective covering a range of products: derivatives, securities, deposits and structure notes.
Liaison with various groups to help investigate any issues around daily monitoring and month-end reporting and substantiation. Partner with groups to remediate issues, tracking and management of issues through to resolution.
Working with the various group to ensure full understanding of developments in Regulatory framework and priorities, i.e. changes to the Capital framework, the impact of Risk Weighted Assets etc.
Adherence to stringent controls & standards across all processes. Involves continuous process review, audits, robust documentation of procedures, controls & key metrics.
Collaborate / Manage projects and initiatives related to all of the above as well as larger cross-business programmes.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent - Essential
Minimum 3 years of relevant experience
Good accounting and finance knowledge
Proficiency in Microsoft Office - MS Excel , MS Access, Outlook, Word and PowerPoint.
Energetic, self-motivated, focused on execution and ability to deliver results even through challenges.
Professional attitude, strong team player and personable / approachable manner.
Ability to critically review and challenge numbers / strong analytical skills
Effective communication skills
Flexibility to work under pressure to meet changing work requirements and strict deadlines.
Flexibility towards late work hours associated with month end closing and process needs.
About J.P. Morgan:
J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. We have a sophisticated local market presence in Europe, Middle East and Africa which is complemented by staff around the world who support our growth and serve our clients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We are excited to expand our team in Poland and we're looking for collaborative, innovative and dedicated individuals to join us in our new corporate centre in Warsaw. Bring us your expertise and you'll be part of a global community, working with people around the world and with a company that's committed to investing in you and making a success of this key new location for our business.
J.P. Morgan offers an exceptional benefits program and a highly competitive compensation package. J.P. Morgan is an Equal Opportunity Employer .
Internal Number: 6292106
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