JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the World's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at http://www.jpmorganchase.com/ .
Our Compliance Function:
With a diverse team of Compliance professionals supporting all areas of our business around the globe, the team is working diligently to be innovative and present all business partners with thoughtful and unique solutions to the challenges they face. The Compliance function has a robust set of priorities in place focused on best practice and employee development to ensure goals are delivered.
J.P. Morgan's EMEA Compliance Department is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as primary line of business Compliance officer for the EMEA Data Analytics, AI and ML business reporting into the EMEA Head of Technology, Privacy & Outsourcing Compliance located in London. In this role, you will provide day-to-day compliance support and oversight of the EMEA Data Analytics, AI & ML business with in the CIB Digital & Platform Services team which includes Operations, Technology, Digital & Fintech as well as Data Analytics, assist and advise Senior Management on major regulatory developments and policy requirements, and provide second-line of defence oversight of regulatory controls that exist within the business. You also will work closely with other LOB-aligned (e.g. Banking, Markets, Securities Services, and Wholesale Payments) Compliance staff and partner with Legal and the Firm's control functions to assess risk, create pragmatic solutions, and develop common standards and practices.
The EMEA Data Analytics business is part of the Global CIB Digital & Platform Services team, which has 36,000 employees in 40+ countries.
Key responsibilities include:
In this role you will:
Provide a pro-active and re-active day-to-day second line of defence Compliance support in relation to regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures, best practice guidelines and reputational matters which impact the Data Sciences/Analytics and AI/ML business ("the business"), including but not limited to
Data Privacy and Data Use,
Offshoring/Outsourcing requirements Client Asset and Money (CASS) rules,
Regulatory reporting requirements under MiFID and EMIR/Dodd Frank,
Conflicts of Interest,
New business initiatives,
Other change management advice, and
Ad hoc and/or other strategic projects which arises from time to time
Assess new business proposals (products, services and systems) in light of new and existing regulations, policies, and procedures before, during and after their design and implementation
Work in partnership with key stakeholders (such as central Compliance teams or Country Compliance Officers, Business Managers and Business Control Officers), to support ongoing business control processes and business governance
Partner with EMEA Core Compliance teams to develop holistic Compliance coverage of the business, including:
Conducting Compliance Risk Assessment as needed to assess risk relative to the business area;
Development of relevant Compliance Policies to address relevant regulatory/compliance risks within the business/function;
In conjunction with Compliance Monitoring & Testing teams, develop Compliance monitoring & testing plan for coverage of the business/function; and
In conjunction with Compliance Training, develop annual and ad-hoc Compliance Training/Awareness to address relevant risks within the business/function.
Provide Compliance on the relevant Analytics and Data Sciences control forums, management meetings, etc.
Conduct independent risk assessment to identify the key areas of risk impacting the business
Work with Second Line of Defence Testing team to identify and test controls related to Compliance relevant risks and with Control Managers to enhance controls where weakness are identified through testing and/or monitoring.
Monitor and escalate significant issues as required
Monitoring of business processes and activities against regulatory and policy requirements
Liaise with Regulators as required on issues impacting the business
Compiling management information and analysing trends.
Deliver a training and communication program to ensure that employees are familiar with the applicable risk, regulations, policies
Participate in Industry Committees and Forums as needed to support the Compliance agenda
Develop and maintain expert knowledge of current and future Data and Technology regulations impacting the EMEA region.
Develop and maintain links with the management for IT Risk, Cybersecurity and Global Security and Investigations
Required Skills and Experience:
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate most or all of the following experience and skills:
Prior experience in a control function (i.e. Audit, Compliance, Legal, Controls) in an Financial Services industry, or experience of Privacy, data protection or information security related issues
Regulatory and Compliance expertise including knowledge of UK regulation and pan-EEA regulations, in particular must have strong knowledge of the Data Protection and Privacy obligations in the EMEA regulations and technology related controls and information security measures.
Strong, succinct and clear communication skills (oral and written)
Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills
Demonstrated problem and incident management skills gained in a technical or operational department.
Demonstrated analytical and quantitative skills, including effective data analysis, investigative problem solving skills and ability to make sound decisions about compliance risks and recommend appropriate corrective action.
Demonstrated collaborative style and ability to partner with people across a diverse and global organization. Ability to handle competing priorities and work in a pressurised environment.
Well organized and able to execute responsibilities with minimal supervision; ability to prioritize multiple tasks and bring tasks to completion within established timeframes.
Candidate must be highly motivated, intuitive and possess initiative to identify potential process improvement.
About J.P. Morgan Chase & Co:
J.P. Morgan serves one of the largest client franchises in the world. Our clients include corporations, institutional investors, hedge funds, governments and affluent individuals in more than 100 countries. J.P. Morgan is part of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.1 trillion. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management, and private equity. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase serves millions of clients and consumers under its JPMorgan and Chase, and WaMu brands.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. offers an exceptional benefits program and a highly competitive compensation package. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a member of the UK Government's Disability Confident Scheme.
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