CMO is responsible for the independent assessment, measuring, monitoring and control of capital risk across the Firm. Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Establishing, calibrating and monitoring capital risk limits and indicators, including capital Risk Appetite;
Monitoring and reporting capital risk metrics;
Conducting ad hoc analysis to identify potential emerging capital risks; and
Performing independent assessment of the Firm’s capital management activities.
Oversight coverage of firms capital risk
Monitoring capital risk limits and indicators, and escalating breaches to senior management
Performing semi-annual capital risk limit/indicator reviews
Develop appropriate analytics for senior management, business partners, risk committees and regulators
Play a key role in the build-out of the capital management oversight processes and infrastructure
Conducting ad hoc analysis to identify potential emerging capital risks.
Independent assessments of firm’s capital management activities such as review of the 3 Pillar framework, Contingency Capital Actions, LOB Capital Allocation framework
Review Qualitative Models (QM’s) being used by Capital Management
2+ years experience in capital, liquidity and/or market risk, or other Risk areas; Treasury / Finance background will be considered
Experience in financial industry with a focus on risk management / regulatory management will be preferred
Understanding of Firm’s balance sheet, ALM risk management background a plus
Appropriate escalation and “culture of no surprises” attitude
Superior attention to detail and process management
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills, as well as a high level of self-initiative required
Experience in analyzing and transforming scattered information into a form that is understandable and conveys strategic messages
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written),team oriented who can work well and build partnerships with colleagues of various levels, across the different lines of business/functions
Education: An undergraduate degree is required. Post-graduate degree/MBA is preferred
J.P. Morgan in India provides a comprehensive range of Corporate & Investment Banking, Commercial Banking, Asset & Wealth Management and Corporate functions services and solutions to our clients, executing some of the most important financial transactions and providing essential strategic advice to our clients such as the government, large domestic and multi-national corporations, non-government organizations and financial institutions and investors. India is a key market for JPMorgan Chase globally and our employees in India are a critical part of how we do business globally and are integrated within our businesses. Our Global Service Centers (GSCs) are strategically positioned in Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad to support the firm’s operations regionally and globally. The centers provide comprehensive strategic support across technology and business operations processing to all lines of business and the corporate functions.