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The Regulatory Capital Management Office (“RCMO”), within Corporate Finance, is an organization that oversees capital related functions across the Firm, focusing on regulatory and internal capital management.
RCMO’s primary objective is to establish control and governance, best practices and accountability for the regulatory capital process. The groups within RCMO are responsible for:
Managing the Firmwide Capital Stress Testing process
Ensuring efficient and appropriate management of the Firm’s capital
Interfacing with Regulators on capital-related issues
Overseeing the end-to-end risk-weighted asset (“RWA”) and capital measurement processes across the Firm
Guiding Lines of Business (“LOBs”) and clients on efficient capital decisions
The Corporate Capital Stress Testing (CCST) group is responsible for managing the Firmwide capital stress testing processes. As the owner of the firm’s internal capital adequacy assessment process (“ICAAP”) as well as the Federal Reserve-mandated Comprehensive Capital Analysis & Review (“CCAR”), CCST partners with lines of business, Finance and Risk management functions to prepare JPMC’s Capital Plan to demonstrate capital strength under stress conditions in order to distribute capital in the coming year. The group is also responsible for managing the firm’s communications with regulators on capital planning and stress testing, including providing feedback to Supervisory agencies on new regulatory requirements. In addition, CCST is involved in the centralized Firmwide effort to identify opportunities for capital efficiencies.
Role and Responsibilities
The CCST Program Management team focuses on governance, communication and execution of controls for the Firm’s capital stress testing exercises and end-to-end strategic capital planning framework. This role will report into the Lead Program Manager and offers significant visibility to senior management and into numerous strategic capital planning initiatives. A successful candidate will be expected to possess or become a subject matter expert on the capital stress testing supervisory requirements and how the various parties within the Firm collectively meet those requirements. Key responsibilities include:
Preparing senior level communications and meeting materials
Leading discussions among the LOBs to help reach consensus and consistency to ensure supervisory deadlines and commitments are met
Facilitating Supervisory requests in a timely and concise manner
Ensuring the governance framework is operating in effective and efficient manner
Managing and developing at least one other resource on the Program Management team
The candidate must be a self-starter with strong written communication skills and vision who is able to work in a fast paced, results driven environment while managing multiple competing priorities. Additional requirements include:
Strong organizational skills and the ability to drive complex projects across multiple lines of businesses or functional groups
Experience coordinating large-scale projects or processes across multiple constituents
Excellent communication skills (verbal and written), including ability to succinctly advise stakeholders of risks, challenges and potential solutions
Strong analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to exercise sound and balanced judgment; keen attention to detail
Strong organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills
Strong interpersonal skills to build effective, collaborative, cohesive relationships across all levels of organization
Ability to coordinate and run meetings across diverse functions, locations and businesses
Strong experience in either Finance, Risk or regulatory compliance
Ability to prioritize in a fast moving, high pressure, constantly changing environment
Self-motivated and ability to work independently
Excellent desktop skills (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint)
Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred
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