Chase Consumer & Community Banking (CCB) serves nearly 66 million consumers and 4 million small businesses with a broad range of financial services, including personal banking, small business banking and lending, mortgages, credit cards, payments, auto finance and investment advice. It is made up of various lines of business: Consumer Banking, Business Banking, Chase Wealth Management, Card Services, Chase Paymentech, Auto Finance & Student Loans, and Mortgage Banking.
The CCB Treasury Analytics team partners with Corporate Treasury, CCB Liquidity, CCB Balance Sheet, and all LOB Finance teams. The team analyzes items such as portfolio balance forecasting and Net Interest Income (NII), including Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) for all LOBs. CCB Analytics is responsible for establishing Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) policy for all balance sheet items as well as developing methodologies and metrics to manage interest rate risk (EaR and BPV). CCB Treasury Analytics actively monitors pricing and valuation of loans and deposits and seeks to maximize CCB value by judiciously deploying economics between business units.
BA/BS in quantitative field, CFA/MBA preferred, but not required
3+ years financial services industry experience
Background in capital markets or investment banking, with strong working knowledge of interest rates, banking industry, retail financial products and services
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
Financial modeling skills, including Discounted Cash Flows (DCF) and similar
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