Corporate - Capital & Liquidity Policy - Liquidity, GSIB, and Market Risk Policy - VP
The Capital & Liquidity Management Organization (C&LM) is responsible for the management of capital and liquidity across the firm. C&LM oversees the end-to-end risk-weighted asset (RWA) and capital measurement processes across the Firm, ensures efficient and appropriate management of our capital, and manages the Firm-wide Capital Stress Testing process. C&LM partners with other JPMC functions, including Risk Management, Firm-wide Regulatory Reporting & Analysis (FRRA) and the Lines of Business (LoBs) to establish control and governance best practices and accountability for the Regulatory Capital & Liquidity process. C&LM is also responsible for interfacing with Regulators on risk-based capital & liquidity-related issues and guiding LoBs on decisions that affect the capital and liquidity position of the firm.
Capital & Liquidity Policy:
Within C&LM, the Capital & Liquidity Policy (C&LP) team provides guidance on, and interpretations of, the U.S. regulatory capital & liquidity rules for current, pending and proposed transactions in support of the Front Office, Risk and Finance and Technology organizations across LoBs, as well as liaising with the regulatory agencies regarding examinations and ad-hoc regulatory inquiries. C&LP is also responsible for various aspects of the Firm's capital governance framework, including controls over regulatory capital models and governance over the Securitization and Banking Book Equity risk stripes.
The Capital Management Organization is seeking a Vice President to join the Capital & Liquidity Policy team to support regulatory capital model governance and provide advisory support in relation to the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) and Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) and ultimately the Global Systemically Important Bank (GSIB) surcharge, and Market Risk policy areas.
The candidate will be responsible for the interpretation regulatory rules, the development and documentation of internal guidance, and analyzing capital and liquidity implications of proposed transactions. As a subject matter expert (SME), the candidate will act as a trusted advisor to various lines of business and risk partners across the Firm.
Specifically, the candidate will have the following responsibilities:
- Develop, document, and maintain key rule interpretations and guidance for US regulatory rules related to liquidity (LCR, NSFR) and associated regulatory reporting requirements (e.g., FR 2052a).
- Support model governance and control requirements related to regulatory capital models
- Over time, expand responsibilities and exposure to support Market Risk and GSIB policy areas.
- Manage C&LP point of contact responsibilities for certain key lines of businesses within the firm - proactively gaining an understanding of LoB activities and working closely with business partners and finance to resolve emerging issues or questions related to the policy coverage area
- Support relevant advocacy efforts and the internal implementation projects.
- Participate and represent the firm in industry forums related to regulatory capital and liquidity.
- Prepare materials for, and participate in, meetings with supervisors.
The position offers broad insight into a diverse set of businesses and products across JPMorgan, as well as the unique opportunity to develop deep subject matter expertise in the US regulatory capital and liquidity rules. There is extensive partnership with colleagues across C&LM as well as within the various lines of business, Risk and other Corporate functions.
- 5+ years of relevant work experience. Banking and finance experience with leading bank or a Big Four accounting firm strongly preferred.
- Knowledge of US liquidity rules and associated reporting requirements (e.g., FR 2052a).
- Knowledge of balance sheet, income statement and accounting fundamentals.
- Strong organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to translate strategic plans into actionable steps.
- Bachelor's degree required.
- An understanding of capital requirements under the US Basel Capital Rules (Basel III).
- An appreciation of the market risk concepts and associated modeling methodologies.
- An understanding of the capital related reporting (e.g., FR Y15) requirements and practices.
- Experience in regulatory capital calculation and reporting infrastructures.
- Experience in supporting large scale projects involving multiple key stakeholders.
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