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The APAC Conduct Risk Controls Team sits within CIB Controls, part of F&BM. We work closely with other Control Managers as well as key stakeholders in Compliance, HR and Legal to support the senior business leaders on this high profile agenda. The team also partners with Conduct Risk counterparts in other LoBs, sharing best practices and lessons learned.
Culture and Conduct (C&C) is a strategic priority across the financial industry, with focus at the highest level of all firms given the global regulatory agendas. JPMorgan is no different, and as a leader in financial services has an important role to play driving this evolving agenda forward within the industry and partnering with regulators. JPMorgan has invested across all lines of defence and the Conduct Risk Controls Team plays a critical role within the 1 Line of Defence, partnering with Compliance and HR, in shaping and defining how we as a Firm should manage Conduct Risk, and then supporting the CIB/Asia Pacific business in elements of implementation.
The team has a broad and high profile agenda in a fast paced environment, covering areas such as orchestrating the Culture and Conduct Committee where C&C is set and discussed, interlocking with other committees; driving implementation of strategic conduct initiatives programmes; bringing forward lessons learned for committee review and / or applicability to other LoBs, executing quarterly Conduct Risk Assessment which feeds into a firmwide view of Conduct Risk; driving the Conduct Education strategy including the Business Conduct Training; and staying up to speed with the latest regulatory and industry developments in this ever evolving space. It is also a growing area of interest for a number of our clients and we play a part supporting the Business to meet those requests.
This exciting opportunity plays a critical role within the part of the team which looks at three specific pillars of work:
Reporting and deck preparation
What we can offer you:
The opportunity to work in an agile high profile global team partnering with many F2B and Firmwide groups to support the business
A dynamic operating environment
Opportunity to influence and own discrete projects and processes
Exposure to senior leaders across the firm
An opportunity to learn about the lines of business, functions and regulatory landscape
Supportive management structure to help you grow professionally, be successful in the role and achieve your next career goals.
The ideal candidate is:
Adaptable, enthusiastic, curious and driven
Excellent at building relationships across multiple groups within the organisation
Comfortable producing decks and presenting to senior leaders and colleagues
An influencer, able to work in a matrix organization and ask others for help
Curious and enthusiastic to learn about different Lines of Business across the Bank, the emerging business of conduct risk management and the evolving regulatory environment
A self-starter, happy to work out what to do next
An innovator, always looking for ways to do things better and more efficiently
A strong team member and collaborator, exchanging information freely
Comfortable working in an evolving external environment which we play a role influencing as well as needing to respond quickly
Discrete with confidential information at all times
Exercise good judgment at all times.
Governance - provide support for regional and Country specific Conduct related Committees with senior leaders, e.g. preparation of presentations, stakeholder communications, analysis of various data sets, etc. This may include presenting to senior audiences.
Project Management - independently run multiple BAU processes that involve liaising with numerous stakeholders and analysing LoB results, perform regulatory gap analyses and support ad hoc conduct related projects.
Regulatoryresponses - provide support in responding to regulatory queries raised by authorities / clients / external parties.
Reporting - Work independently and under minimum supervision to oversee the APAC and Country specific Conduct reporting. Partner with Compliance, Controls and HR to analyse data trends and supervise tasks undertaken by the Central Control Services team. Create quarterly timelines and co-ordinate multiple stakeholders across different functions to ensure reports are produced and reviewed by the due dates. Arrange meetings with senior stakeholders to present results and document minutes.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required
6+ years relevant working experience preferred
Excellent stakeholder management skills
Excellent analytical, organizational, prioritization and problem solving skills
Excellent communication skills and ability to prepare presentations for an executive audience
Competent with MS Office, particularly PowerPoint, Work and Excel
Experienced Project Manager, able to work confidently in a fast paced, constantly evolving environment
Ease of working across a range of complex issues; ability to learn new topics quickly, courage to ask questions
Ability to effectively engage with senior leaders around the firm
Ability to work both as an individual as well as a team contributor; self-motivated with attention to detail
Ability to clearly communicate and present information both orally and in writing
Knowledge of conduct regulations preferable
Desire to learn more about Culture and Conduct and be a champion of the firm's How We Do Business Principles
Ability to handle confidential information appropriately and with discretion
Interested in how data and technology can be leveraged
Fluency in Mandarin language preferred as this role will involve interaction with stakeholders based in China