JP Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.3 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. We serve millions of U.S. consumers and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients. We are a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management and private equity.
J.P. Morgan is a global leader in asset and wealth management services. With assets under supervision of $2.0 trillion and assets under management of $1.4 trillion, we are one of the largest asset and wealth managers in the world.
A critical priority for Asset Management is to ensure that high-quality data is available to run our business and meet our clients' needs. The Asset Management Chief Data Office (CDO) was established last year to define AM's data strategy and support for the core data used across AM and needed to run our business, such as client data, reference data, product data, securities and pricing data, transactions and holdings, and index data. The AM CDO is positioned in the Asset Management Operations division, within AM Center. We work with the AM business and Firmwide CDO to analyze data, ensure data governance and data quality standards are in place, look for efficiencies in business processes, and work with our technology partners to implement solutions.
A Data Domain Steward will support the chief data office by owning all aspects of data governance and oversight for a data domain, including but not limited to: data modeling, data definition, critical data elements, usage of data, data quality metrics, retention, and classification criteria, as well as oversight over the golden source for the data domain. The Data Domain Steward implements the onboarding onto data governance through projects and, as necessary, has oversight of the Technology team’s implementation of golden sources for a data domain while working closely with the Business Stakeholders and key users to negotiate and set the strategic direction for a data domain and implement it.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Own the data definition and implement the data governance aspects for a domain ‘front to end’ from data definition to data consumption and ensure proper data quality and usage of the data
- Lead the programs and projects to implement the roadmap for a data domain including strategic priorities for development of service-based information capabilities for Asset Management taking the current state into consideration
- Lead and manage roll out of a global, business-wide data governance framework for a data domain, with a focus on organization, policies and standards, principles, governance metrics, processes, related tools and data architecture
- Collaborate with business, compliance, and technology to ensure that data governance related business requirements are clearly defined, communicated, and well understood and considered as part of initiative prioritization and planning
- Collaborate with technology on the development and implementation of data standards and adoption requirements globally across the enterprise for AM in particular to the data domain
- Define indicators of performance and quality metrics and implement a program to ensure compliance with data related policies, standards, roles and responsibilities, and adoption requirements for a data domain
- Provide oversight on all projects in the lead’s respective domain, including working with business leads on priority setting for the data domain, working with the data program management team
- Coordinate all communications regarding program and project priorities in the data domain, including priorities, staging and adoption plans
- Ensure all projects are properly sourced, overseen and tracked and provide regular updates to the program manager on all projects in the data domain