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Global Investment Management, Communication Control Group Officer, Vice President

Req #: 170111153
Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong, HK
Job Category: Compliance
Potential Referral Amount: 40000 Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
 
 
J.P. Morgan Global Funds Management is among the world's largest and most respected investment managers.
 
Our experienced professionals operate across the U.S., Europe, APAC, Latin America and other key financial centers worldwide. Together, they deliver a diverse range of investments spanning all major asset classes, market sectors and geographic regions - from mutual funds to separate accounts, traditional strategies to alternatives, single-asset portfolios to packaged solutions.
 
At J.P. Morgan Global Funds Management, we draw on a legacy dating back to 1865 to manage assets in today's complex, ever-changing markets. The hallmarks of our business include a focus on exceptional risk-adjusted performance, an innovative product lineup designed for global diversification and a commitment to the highest quality service. We continue to build strong, growing partnerships with financial advisors and other intermediaries, providing them with insights and investments to meet the needs of their retail, institutional and retirement plan clients.
 
 
Job headline
We have an opportunity for an individual with compliance or regulatory experience to join our Communication Control Group (CCG) in APAC. The successful candidate will possess a thorough understanding of regulations on marketing activities in Asia coupled with a pro-active attitude and strong communication skills.
 
Team description
The Communication Control Group (CCG) is a global function residing in the distribution business of J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Its mission is to deliver a framework and service that empowers the entire global investment management business to generate and disseminate regulatory compliant communications in the most effective and timely manner to our retail, intermediary and institutional clients. To achieve this, the group needs to actively engage with other functions across the distribution business: marketing, sales and client services, and the product desks. The team also retains a close partnership with the compliance organisation as well as the CCG teams in US and EMEA.
 
The function will have a reporting line to the global CCG as well as the APAC Chief Marketing Officer.
 
Job description
As a member of the APAC CCG you will be responsible for working with the distribution business and product desks to ensure their client communications are subject to the appropriate, and most efficient, levels of control and oversight.  You will need a thorough understanding of marketing regulations, a strong sense of collaboration and conviction, and core communication skills in order to clearly and concisely guide the business. The HK/China CCG officer will review marketing materials disseminated predominantly in Hong Kong and China.
 
Your key responsibilities will include:
  • Review of medium and high risk client communications/marketing materials for the HK/China client base such as print ad, client presentations, brochures, digital properties and new communication templates.
  • Pro-active engagement in the review of globally distributed client communications
  • Oversight of low risk materials self-certified by the business
  • Provide the business with day-to-day up-front content advice
  • Involvement with the preparation and delivery of marketing training across the business.
  • Help ensure that all areas of the business have appropriate policies and procedures in place
  • Regulatory filing as required
  • Maintain an up to date knowledge of the regulatory environment and an awareness of the evolving mediums and methods used for  marketing activities
 
Essential experience / knowledge / competencies
  • Good academic or professional qualifications.
  • Proven experience in a similar role either within the business, legal, compliance, controls department or within a regulator in relation to asset management products and services
  • Experience reviewing social media and digital communications
  • Experience working with a system based communication review process
  • Clear and concise communicator with strong collaboration skills
  • Self-starter with the ability to multi-task and prioritise workload
  • Strong attention to detail and quality.
  • Organised and efficient working well under pressure and within tight deadlines
  • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy and conviction are essential
  • Fluent in English and Chinese.
Desirable experience / knowledge
  • A practical working knowledge of all asset classes and financial instruments
  • Experience working with the Documentum workflow tool
  • Experience working within a large global organisation
Additional information
 
Level: VP (Senior Associates are welcome to apply)
 
 
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