The CCAR CFO Attestation Program (“CCAP”) function is responsible for developing and executing the end-to-end process to support JPMC’s adherence to the Federal Reserve CCAR CFO Attestation requirements.
The CCAP function is part of the Finance Control Office (FCO), which is responsible for ensuring a strong and consistent control environment across the Finance function. The function also supports Firmwide Regulatory Reporting & Analysis (FRRA) team within Corporate Finance, which is responsible for the execution and delivery against the Firm’s regulatory reporting requirements to its U.S. regulators.
The Finance Control Office (FCO) was created to ensure a strong and consistent control environment across the Finance function, reporting directly into the Firmwide Controller and with matrix reporting into Firmwide Oversight & Control (O&C). FCO is responsible for business procedures and control design, risk and control identification and assessment, issue evaluation and remediation and plays an instrumental role in promoting consistency of approach across both Corporate and Line of Business Finance teams.
Role Overview and Requirements
The CCAP Central Team is responsible for developing and implementing the framework that supports the Firmwide CFO’s ability to attest to the accuracy of FR Y-14 A/Q/M filings and effectiveness of corresponding controls. The CCAP Central Team responsibilities include:
Maintaining and implementing the firmwide CCAR CFO Attestation Framework, including materiality and scoping, management control assessment requirements, and senior management reviews and attestations
Developing and communicating CCAP guidance and training to relevant stakeholders
Working with reporting teams to develop materials for executive reviews and attestations
Establishing and managing CCAP program deliverables, timelines and milestones
Providing program updates to management and key governance forums
Assessing the impact of regulatory changes and feedback to JPMC’s CCAP program
Key responsibilities of analyst / associate include
Providing analytical and project management support to critical activities within the CCAP framework
Continually assessing and enhancing existing processes to support ongoing evolution of the framework and related standards
Executing ongoing CCAP functions such as development of materials to support governance committees, executive-level meetings
Partnering with LOB, finance, risk and/or technology stakeholders to support consistent implementation of the CCAP framework
Developing materials for communication of the framework to management, Internal Audit and regulators
Bachelor's degree in accounting / finance (Master's degree, CPA and/or equivalent a plus)
3+ years of related work experience
Analyst / Associate level
Strong analytical skills, including ability to work with large sets of data
Ability to collaborate and partner with a diverse set of stakeholders
Strong foundations in finance, accounting and business
Ability to quickly understand complex subject matter, identify risks and challenges, and propose viable solutions
Ability to execute tasks under aggressive targets, multi-task, and prioritize
Familiarity with the JPM Global Finance Organization a plus
Proficient in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
Strong verbal and written communications
Sharepoint experience preferred
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