JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.5 trillion and operations worldwide. The Firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management.
The primary objectives of effective liquidity management are to ensure that the firm’s core businesses are able to operate in support of client needs, meet contractual and contingent obligations through normal economic cycles and stress events, ensure funding mix optimization, and availability of liquidity sources. The Firm manages liquidity and funding using a centralized, global approach in order to optimize liquidity sources and uses for the Firm as a whole, monitor exposures, identify constraints on the transfer of liquidity among legal entities within the Firm, and maintain the appropriate amount of surplus liquidity as part of the Firm’s overall balance sheet management strategy.
The Corporate Treasury Liquidity Management team focuses on liquidity analysis and support for regulatory coordination, policy interpretation and the Firm’s Resolution and Recovery planning, among other priorities. Given the increased focus on regulation, the team frequently interacts with global regulatory agencies (including the FRB, OCC, FDIC, PRA, and BCBS) in response to various regulatory rulemaking processes and supervisory requirements. This includes interpretation and application of regulatory rules (e.g. US LCR, EBA LCR, FRB 2052a (5G), US NSFR, EBA NSFR, G-SIB STWF and Dodd-Frank Act Recovery and Resolution Planning) that impact liquidity management framework, processes and execution. This involves extensive partnering with stakeholders within the various lines of businesses, Treasury, and other Corporate functions, including Liquidity Risk Oversight, Corporate Capital Planning & Analysis, and Corporate Finance Analytics, among others. There is also significant visibility to senior management, as the team's work products are periodically presented at various management forums including the Board of Directors, and are leveraged for presentations to external stakeholders such as regulatory agencies. The position offers good visibility into various products across the spectrum of banking and capital markets activities as well as the unique opportunity to understand firm initiatives from a holistic perspective.
As a member of this team, the individual is expected to play a key role executing on a variety of deliverables around the development, maintenance and continued enhancement of firmwide liquidity analytics and reporting initiatives, in direct support of liquidity regulatory requirements as well as Resolution and Recovery planning initiatives. Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following:
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