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The Dodd-Frank Act requires large,systemically important financial institutions such as JPMorgan Chase to submitBoard-approved Resolution and Recovery Plans (a.k.a. Living Wills) to USregulators annually and upon the occurrence of material changes to the Company.Recovery Plans need to demonstrate how the firm would recover if the firm wereto experience significant decreases in capital and liquidity as a result of asevere, crisis event. Resolution Plans need to demonstrate how JPM would beresolved in an orderly way (i.e., without causing a major market disruption),if the company ever became bankrupt. These plans are a strategic priority forthe firm.
Job Responsibilities: The Corporate Treasury Resolution and Recovery FinancialAnalytics team is responsible for delivering the liquidity analyses for theFirm's Resolution and Recovery plans. As a member of this team, this personwill be responsible for assisting on a variety of key deliverables in supportof the development, maintenance and continued enhancement of firmwide liquidityanalytics and reporting initiatives, in direct support of Resolution andRecovery planning. Specific duties include, but are not limited to thefollowing:
Develop a deep understanding of Resolution and Recovery planning processes, with particular focus on liquidity analytics, stress assumption development and implementation
Conduct firmwide and legal entity specific Resolution and Recovery liquidity stress testing, analyze liquidity impacts and identify potential liquidity risks
Be familiar with all of the Corporate Treasury related content included in Resolution and Recovery plans. Liaise with Lines of Business and other stakeholders to ensure that no inconsistencies exist or are introduced across the plans
Ensure Corporate Treasury deliverables are in compliance with evolving regulatory requirements related to liquidity, specifically around Resolution and Recovery planning
Consult internal stakeholders on Resolution and Recovery initiatives in other jurisdictions and provide guidance when local regulatory requests related to Resolution and Recovery planning are received
Keep up-to-date on regulatory developments in the global Resolution and Recovery planning space
5 to 7 years of financial services experience
Candidate, at a minimum, must have experience that is related toliquidity management (e.g., regulatory policy/strategy, Treasury/fundingactivities, finance/risk)
Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment with a high level ofscrutiny and be able to interact effectively with the various stakeholders
Very strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills
Excellent presentation skills and the ability to succinctly conveycomplex issues
Very Strong communication skills and ability to effectively collaborateand coordinate across various lines of business, legal entities and geographicregions
Ability to work independently with minimal oversight but who can also bean effective team member
Able to work under pressure, prioritize multiple tasks and bring tasksto closure
Significant attention to detail
Strong development experience in Excel
Experiencewith VBA preferred
Internal Number: 6467630
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