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The Reference Data Governance Head is responsible for defining the overall reference data governance strategy, creating standards, and establishing frameworks to govern and manage reference data across all lines of business and corporate functions. The Head is also responsible for ensuring compliance with Firmwide and Reference Data Standards across all Reference Data Domains and lines of business, as well as identifying and escalating compliance gaps to senior management. The Head will also work with the Firmwide Chief Data Office and Data Domain Executives for Reference Data to enable the adoption of Firmwide Data Management standards across all Reference Data Domains. This role reports directly to the Reference Data Chief Data Officer.
Partner with Global Reference Data Operations (GRDO) Controls & Business Management to ensure adherence to JPMC control standards, policies, and procedures across all Reference Data Domains
Improve / enhance Risk and Control Self Assessment (RCSA) coverage of data-related controls across GRDO
Establish program to continuously assess risk profile and effectiveness of controls across GRDO
Provide guidance and oversight regarding data privacy procedures and controls
Serve as control point of contact for audit, compliance, legal, and Firmwide Data Management
Monitor adoption of Firmwide Data Management standards across all Reference Data Domains
Create and syndicate the Reference Data Standard; update Standard and procedures based on stakeholder feedback; develop change management processes to ensure Standard is up to date
Partner with LOB Chief Data Officers to create and maintain procedures to aid in implementing the Reference Data Standard
Develop guidelines for Data Domain Operations stakeholders to identify and remediate gaps in compliance between existing practices and the Reference Data Standard
Ensure gap analysis is completed in full and on time; identify and escalate risks associated with delayed gap remediation
Ensure that implementation of Firmwide and Reference Data Standards and procedures is sufficiently documented; monitor and report on adoption progress
Identify risks and control issues that emerge as a result of implementing standards; serve as an escalation point for all implementation-related issues; proactively develop and deliver solutions to those issues
Based on pace of progress of implementing standards/procedures and remediating compliance gaps, identify and communicate risks of not meeting milestones/deadlines set by GRDO, other functions, and/or shared with external regulators
Escalate issues/roadblocks to appropriate stakeholders as necessary
Ensure ongoing compliance of Reference Data Domains, LOBs, and Corporate Functions with Firmwide and Reference Data Standards
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