About J.P. Morgan Corporate & Investment Bank
J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) is a global leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world’s most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $18 trillion of assets under custody and $393 billion in deposits, the Corporate & Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk and extends liquidity in markets around the world.
Securities Core Processing Program
The Securities Processing Centre manages the back office securities processing for the Markets & Investor Services businesses, providing services across both transactional services and asset servicing across all asset classes traded in global markets to both Financial Institutions and Institutional Investors.
A multi year business transformation program (SCPP) which is high profile and highly visible project that will consolidate various Settlement & Clearing systems to the one global platform for the Securities Processing Centre. The end state platform will be a service based model providing an efficient, robust and globally consistent operating model for securities that is adaptable, automated and utilizes a risk based exception processing based on industry standards.
A key component of our SCPP architecture is the Asset Record (AR). The SCPP Asset Record is our system of record for recording the Ownership and Location of financial assets, including securities as well as cash balances.
The recordkeeping requirements of our brokerage and custody businesses have much in common, but are not the same. Similarly, recordkeeping practices vary somewhat across our legal entities, depending upon the legal and regulatory environments in which those entities operate. The Asset Record provides a simple universal structure for recording ownership and location across our multiple CIB lines of business and legal entities, within which a variety of booking practices appropriate to different legal entities and lines of business can be consistently supported.
The key responsibilities can be summarised as:
· Assist with delivery of the overall program as a Subject Matter Expert in Security Asset Record processing.
· Help identify and describe requirements to support development of the capabilities required for the Asset Record component of the SCPP platform.
· Engage in planning and development by providing feedback to the team and reviewing work results.
· Work as part of the wider SCPP Position and Settlement team to align common requirements where applicable.
· Background in one of more of the following:
· Securities operations for a US regulated Broker Dealer, with specific experience in stock record activities such as possession or control, client segregation, etc
· Securities Operations for a Global Custodian, with specific experiences in customer position and balance maintenance and/or reporting
· Accounting experience for Securities Financial products, securities sub ledger, General Ledger
· Impact of Inventory Methodology for disposition of sales (FIFO, WAC, Specified Lot, etc) on Profit and Loss calculations.
· Controls and Control Frameworks
· A strong sense of ownership and responsibility
· Drive results through people, communication, influence management and interactions
· Be comfortable with change, debate, conflict, experimentation
· Ability to multi-task
· Ability to work across the organization and make decisions
And will have the following skills:
· Leadership: be accountable for delivery
· Organisation: Strong organizational and time management skills
· Facilitation: be able to assist leading design, refinement and brainstorming sessions
· Analytical and detailed: strong analytical skills with complementary communications and presentation skills with attention to detail and accuracy
· Documentation: Ability to produce clear, concise, relevant and accurate documentation based on captured requirements and information gathered from stakeholders / subject matter experts
· Motivated: Displays drive, energy and enthusiasm. Results driven individual with a proven track record.
· Must be a Team player able to work effectively at all levels of an organization with the ability to influence others to move toward consensus. Must be highly reliable, trustworthy, honest, and commitment oriented.
· An effective communicator and negotiator.
Please note that J.P. Morgan will not accept unsolicited approaches or speculative CVs, nor will J.P. Morgan be responsible for any related fees, from Third Party Firms who are not preferred suppliers.
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