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Consumer and Community Banking Finance - Liquidity Controller Associate

Req #: 170107847
Location: Columbus, OH, US
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
Potential Referral Amount: 3000 US Dollar (USD)

Consumer & Community Banking serves 50 million customers with a broad range of consumer financial services, including personal banking, investment advice, small business lending, mortgages, credit cards, payments and auto financing.  It is made up of various lines of business: Consumer Banking, Business Banking, Chase Wealth Management, Card Services, Merchant Services, Auto Finance & Student Loans, and Home Lending. 


Ever since the 2008 financial crisis, liquidity reporting has come to the forefront of the business world, becoming a hot topic within the Firm and a mandatory requirement from the Fed.  With the new requirements, the role of a liquidity controller is a critical and exciting role in finance today, especially in the ever-changing regulatory environment.  The Consumer and Community Banking liquidity controllers are responsible for:

  • Supporting daily, monthly, and quarterly liquidity reporting across all lines of business under CCB, which includes:
    • partnering with regulatory reporting and LOB controllers
    • detailed knowledge of the various liquidity reports submitted to regulators
    • driving prioritization of data quality issues impacting accuracy of reporting
    • accountable for accuracy and completeness of quarterly attestations and public disclosures
    • ensuring compliance with liquidity rules and policies pertinent to CCB products
    • forecasting liquidity position for multi-year forecasts and stress testing
  • Continuing to build out the operating model for liquidity reporting with a goal of end-to-end ownership
  • Partnering closely with Corporate Treasury and CCB Finance teams on the implementation of LRI (Liquidity Risk Infrastructure), a firm-wide CFO sponsored project to automate liquidity reporting; includes data clean-up, working group meetings, and user acceptance testing
  • Strong communication skills across all levels of management
  • Strong judgment, professional maturity, personal integrity, strong work ethic, proactive and results-oriented, fact based, has the courage to ask the tough questions and challenge the status quo and manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Works well in an ever-changing business environment
  • Bachelors degree in Accounting/Finance/Economics
  • 5+ years of relevant Finance experience (required)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Power Point (required)
  • Ability to interact and present effectively with senior leaders
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