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发布时间:2022-06-23 01:11

Human Resources - Country Head for China, Managing Director

Job Identification

210297558

Job Category

Human Resources

Locations

501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, CN

Posting Date

06/16/2022, 04:23 PM

Job Schedule

Full time


The Human Resources Country Head for China is responsible for the end-end oversight of the Human Resources (HR) function in the locations. They are a visible partner to the respective location Chief Executive Officer (CEO), advising on the location’s people agenda and HR related laws and policies as well as supporting crisis management and other location-specific priorities and initiatives.  They manage HR related operational and regulatory risk; engaging with the respective subject matter leads and responding to regulators and related stakeholders to ensure appropriate controls and adherence. They act as a point of escalation and jointly responsible with local and regional product experience leads to drive HR activities, solution HR issues and opportunities that arise in location, and for the management of the China HR teams.  They are a culture carrier; modeling the firm’s Code of Conduct and global HR principles.


Responsibilities include:

Compliance Risk and Controls

Comply with local laws and regulations; interact with regulators; and complete regulatory submissions

Chair and/or participate in location committees such as location management committees, pension, health

Ensure standard operating processes and controls for key HR processes are in place and signed-off

Be aware of confirmed and pipeline changes to regulations and/or enforcement of said regs. Partner with Compliance, Legal, Audit, Office of Legal Obligations, HR Risk & Controls, and HR Regulatory on change management

Provide HR local insight and support on union/work councils, ER, conduct & litigation matters (e.g. local language, employee interface, local external counsel inputs, etc.) and advise country management on these topics


HR Advisory

Develop and drive the end-to-end HR strategy for the location across all HR disciplines and across LoBs based on business priorities and the global and regional people agenda, including identification, development and retention of talent

Build a strong relationship with the CEO and the location management team, consulting proactively and frequently to drive locally relevant HR strategies that align to business and local market requirements and challenges

Partner effectively with regional and global LoB HR Business Advisors; advising them on local policies, procedures and practices; and, as needed, supporting with local execution

Play a key role in planning and executing on restructuring plans including reductions in force, negotiated departures, performance issues, transfers, etc.  Often involved in the package structuring, approvals, conducting discussions/ negotiations related to people movement and separations


Product & Experience Related Engagement

Partner with Total Rewards on ensuring competitive and relevant local market comp and benefits

Partner with the Talent Development function to build and drive the development and leadership agenda. Drive cross-lines of Business talent reviews and succession plans as appropriate

Understand the drivers of employee engagement and facilitate discussions and location-wide analysis to understand and influence change to the work environment.

Build Diversity and Inclusions metrics/plan for the location and act as a proactive member of / advisor to the Business Resource Groups


Operational Effectiveness

In partnership with regional functional leads, analyse HR processes, data and trends in the location to make recommendations for continuous improvement

Help drive local alignment and optimization of the HR operating model and digital solutions, both for HR and employees/managers.

In partnership with GES, responsible for local financial processes sign-offs and submissions such as Payroll sign-off, HR accounting substantiation, ownership of account and payment.

Establish and measure key people metrics for the location, aligned with business goals through quarterly scorecards, and other key data via Workforce Analytics.

Complete localisation assessments, escalate issues/nuances & be a change ambassador

Lead location initiatives and/ or be location representation on regional or global projects.

Answer internal requests for information from HR, Compliance, Legal. Third Party Oversight (TPO) (delivery manager responsibilities) 


HR Team Management

Manage the country HR team (both for direct line and matrix reports), providing day-to-day performance and operational oversight, career and development advice, and time and attendance/wellness

Lead staffing decisions, performance development (written reviews), talent reviews, promotion meetings and compensation planning for in location HR Advisory and provide inputs on the above for the respective product experience team members. 

Drive culture, conduct and collaboration across the country HR team as well as manage team EOS


Global Corporate Banking – Vice President

 - Beijing

Job Identification

210303814

Job Category

Banking

Locations

No.7 Jinrong Street, 9-20F, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100033, CN

Posting Date

06/16/2022, 10:53 PM

Job Schedule

Full time


Key Responsibilities:  

Contribute and align business & account strategy together with GCB management CEs and various products partners as a senior member in the team

Work independently to grow the local corporate New Economy business in Central China region by continuously deepening existing clients franchise value for all business originated as well as acquiring prospects and opportunities

Being a trusted and solution oriented advisor to clients and to maximize cross selling opportunities by bringing corporate coverage model in sync with products and sales. 

Being a first line of defense to exert strict risk & control practice and take ownership across full cycle client management with strong collaboration with respective team e.g CCM  WCOB

Maintain and build firm wide contact with product and coverage resources, credit/Risk and all other relevant partners, to always function an effective client management platform


Requirements:

Minimum 8 years of relevant experience in client coverage with successful track record and manage complex projects

Good understanding of Global Corporate Banking products including cash / treasury management/trade finance/markets area.

Formal credit training preferred

Good communication skills and being a team player


CIB Operations - Transactions Analyst

Job Identification

210305048

Job Category

Transactions

Locations

501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, CN

Posting Date

06/21/2022, 09:26 AM

Job Schedule

Full time


Job Description

As a Cash Operations Transaction Processor, the position is responsible for the daily client FCY/CNY cross-border transaction processing, document checking and related regulatory reporting submission.


Responsibilities:

Ensure that all work items are completed as per the agreed timeline

Monitor the exceptions and ensure that they're resolved in a timely manner

Conduct document checking against regulations. Ensure timely communicate with Service/Clients for any discrepancy observed in documents

Identify opportunities for improving the efficiency of the process

Establish excellent relationships with teammates and stakeholders

Prepare regular regulatory reports

Follow regulations, policies and procedures in daily work


This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including:

Experience with and a working knowledge of FCY transactions and CNY cross-border transactions

Familiar with China SAFE and PBOC regulations and policies regarding FX and CNY transactions and reporting

Prior experience in Cash Operation in foreign banks in China is preferred

Strong interpersonal/communication skills and ability to communicate internally and externally

Good people management skills

Demonstrates a proactive approach to problem solving, taking ownership of issues, and having the determination to follow through

Ability to escalate issues as appropriate

Bachelor’s degree

Strong PC skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite


Treasury Services, Client 

Implementation Manager

Job Identification

210305292

Job Category

Implementation

Locations

No.7 Jinrong Street, 9-20F, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100033, CN

Posting Date

06/21/2022, 04:14 PM

Job Schedule

Full time


Job Description

JPMorgan Payments, Global Implementation works with our clients to deploy JPMorgan Payments products to enhance their eCommerce business capabilities and treasury operations. This team requires strong project governance discipline to execute against proven client and product onboarding methodology, and possess rich expertise to consult and lead clients in adopting JPMorgan Payments technology and products across Treasury, Cash Mgt, Trade and Merchant Acquiring businesses.


This team builds trust and collaborate with internal partners in Sales, Product, Legal, Compliance, Operations, Technology and Client Service to drive outcomes in line with client’s expectation, shape the firm’s investment strategies and enhance global operating model to best serve our valued clients.


Implementation Managers in the team takes ownership of post mandate client experience starting from solution finalization, through onboarding, testing and production live operation. Implementation managers are expected to balance multiple concurrent client implementations, prioritize tight schedules and lead communications to senior stakeholders while adherence to applicable legal, risk, compliance, and controls frameworks.


The working location will be Beijing or Shenzhen.


The role of the Implementation Consultant in relation to client onboarding encompass the following:

Participate in Sales process to position and differentiate J.P. Morgan’s implementation strengths and value-delivery

Lead and manage post-mandate discussions and workshops to finalize solutions and establish project governance. Aim to deliver a successful implementation and utmost client satisfaction.

Consult client on improving their treasury and finance operations through adoption of J.P. Morgan’s Treasury products and services.

Ensure compliance with audit and controls policies and procedures with active focus on risk management

Drive optimization to J.P.Morgan global operating model with internal partners to deliver high client satisfaction and internal efficiencies


Requirements/Pre-requisites:

Profile:

University degree.

Above 3 years of working experience in an industry like Banking, Cash Management or relevant industry like Corporate Finance, Treasury or Consulting.

Held positions in client facing roles and project management preferred

Experienced in people or team management

Worked in a matrix, cross-functional organization would be an advantage

Programming experiences would also be an advantage


Personal Attributes:

Strong leadership and partnership.

Strong and effective communication (verbal and written) and presentation skills.

Demonstrable self-motivation, initiative and strong customer focus.

Detail oriented and methodical.

Superior analytical skills with proven experience and skills in diagnosing problems.

Ability to work independently


CIB, Payments Control Management, VP

Job Identification

210272225

Job Category

Control Officers

Locations

501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, CN

Posting Date

06/21/2022, 04:23 PM

Job Schedule

Full time


Organization Description

The Corporate & Investment Bank is a global leader across investment banking,  payments, markets and securities services. The world’s most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. We provide strategic advice, raise capital, manage risk and extend liquidity in markets around the world.


Control Management maintains a strong and consistent control environment through a joint accountability model that aligns managers with each function and region to mitigate operational risk. The team focuses on four areas: Control Design & Expertise, Risks & Controls Identification/Assessment, Issues & Control Deficiencies and Control Governance & Reporting.


Job Description

There is an exciting opportunity to join the Regional Payments Business Controls Management Team as a Controls Vice President. The Group is responsible for setting standards and providing the tools and infrastructure that ensures the Payments business has a seamless front to back control environment deployed in mitigation of the Business’ inherent operating risks.


The ideal candidate will bring a diverse perspective to the role. The team is looking at the Controls function with a fresh set of eyes and a goal toward talent that have experience and/or aptitude including, but not limited to Risk and Controls. New ideas and ways of approaching a problem are highly valued. Specific attributes include strong process orientation/project management skills, critical thinking, problem solving, strategic mind-set and excellent writing/ presentation skills. The candidate must be able to liaise with all levels of management and work independently. The role will focus on North Asia and will be based in Shanghai, China, with a functional reporting line into the APAC Payments Head of Business Controls and local reporting line in China.


Key responsibilities of this position include, amongst others, those listed below consisting of both variable project related activities with finite completion dates as well as fixed day to day BAU activities. 


Risk and Control Monitoring

Work with the business to identify key processes and related inherent risks; assess and monitor risks

Advise on the establishment of front office controls and risk mitigation

Evaluate and advise on control gaps/breaches

Collaborate with the business to build, monitor, evidence and close out Issues and Actions Plans (APs) to eliminate control gaps

Provide guidance and oversight to central testing team in the ongoing testing of controls

Manage escalation and documentation of Risk Events


Supervisory Management

Collaborate with internal Audit, Regulatory Management and Compliance to help facilitate Audits, Exams and-internal testing

Work with the business to guide responses to requests

Run point on Audit/supervisory work related to CORE (Control and Operational Risk Evaluation).


Control & Operational Risk Evaluation (CORE)

Build out and refresh CORE processes, risks and controls in alignment with standards to ensure proper representation of business and audit/exam readiness

Complete ongoing CORE deliverables in timely manner, i.e. risk ratings, KRIs, control effectiveness…)

Ensure proper mapping of standards to CORE (e.g., Conflicts of Interest, Office of Legal Obligations)

Work with business to build tools and artifacts to help properly reflect business processes in CORE (e.g., process flows, Role and Responsibility documents)


Policy, Standards and Attestations

Keep up with internal and regulatory policy and standards changes

Collaborate with the business to understand and respond/react to material changes

Assist with coordination of business attestations


Business Forums and Key Indicators

Support Payment Business/Regional/Local Control Forums; provide input, as applicable, for monthly presentations; create documentation

Work with team to define and maintain KRIs/KPIs


Projects, Ongoing Programs and Thematic Reviews

Provide guidance to business to ensure local initiatives go through proper New Business and Change Management protocols and monitoring

Participate and lead projects designed to enhance the control environment and simplify processes

Serve as North Asia point of contact for other control / regulatory-related programs (e.g., Cross Border, Fiduciary Risk, OLO, Deal pipeline)

Produce and present materials which provide clear insight and analysis into the risk environment and trends relevant to the Payments business


Essential Skills & Qualifications

Must be a native China speaker and fluent English speaker. 

Must have professional business reading and writing skills in Chinese and English

Minimum 5 years of relevant Payments Business or operational risk management and controls experience within the financial services industry.

Experience in other/related functions a plus (e.g., Product, Operations, Business Management)

Ability to engage effectively across teams, taking a leading role with internal/external partners in defining strategy while focusing on day to day processes

Personal impact and credibility are essential. Organizational skills are required to marshal internal resources in support of projects

Proven track record in effectively managing high performing, diverse teams across multiple locations

Ability to partner in a virtual team environment across multiple locations

Ability to think flexibly and learn rapidly, manage multiple projects at once and prioritize effectively

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to exercise sound and balanced judgment; keen attention to detail;

Excellent communication skills (verbal and written), including ability to succinctly advise of risks, challenges and potential solutions

Bachelor degree in Finance, Economics or a related discipline. MBA a plus.


China Securities Company - Trading Services 

Analyst - Brokerage Operations

Job Identification

210304943

Job Category

Trading Services

Locations

501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, CN

Posting Date

06/20/2022, 04:43 PM

Job Schedule

Full time


Operations comprises of business-aligned teams and is a core function responsible for a multitude of activities to support Traders, Marketers and Bankers. The team in addition work in close collaboration with Product Control, Finance, Market Risk, Legal, Tax and Compliance teams covering all operational and control aspects in daily trading activities.


This role represents an exciting opportunity to be part of J.P. Morgan’s build out of our securities company in China. The selected candidate would be an integral part of establishing this new business and working in a dynamic, growing environment.


About our Securities Company

China represents one of the largest opportunities for many of our clients and J.P. Morgan globally and is a critical component of our growth plans in Asia Pacific. With the country’s continued liberalization of the financial sector, including its most recent announcements regarding majority foreign ownership of securities companies, we are committing ourselves to building out a world-class securities company in China. 


Current Role:

Trading Services Analyst (Brokerage Operations)


Job Responsibilities:

·  Trade lifecycle management

· Assist in cash and position reconciliation with custodian banks

·  Conduct daily clearing and managing alerts with Trading & Sales

·    Management of settlement activities

· Controls and reconciliation covering valuation, cash and confirmation processes

·   Trade exceptions monitoring and booking

·    Client query handling

·    Providing key MIS to management and business stakeholders

·   Continuous project work involving process improvement, system implementation and new product rollouts

·  Liaise with stock exchanges, clearing houses, custodian banks and local third party depository banks

·  Regulatory reporting including interfacing with China regulators / authorities where required


Requirements for Role:

·   At least 2 years’ experience working in the financial industry

·  Ability to analyse and document complex business processes

·   Fluency in spoken and written Chinese and English

· Understanding of Equity and/or Fixed Income products and trade flows

· Knowledge and experience with China regulators a plus

·   Excellent problem solving skills to identify, understand and address operational and technical issues

·  Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group including senior executives, managers and subject matter experts

·   Exceptional attention to detail

·  A self-motivated individual, able to deliver with minimal supervision whilst working effectively in a team

·   Strong proficiency with MS Office and the ability to pick up complex systems architecture easily

·   Possess SAC license (or any other licenses / qualifications as required) for carrying out securities and other regulated activities


This individual will have extensive contact with traders, sales, clients and external agents on a daily basis.  Multi-tasking is essential, ensuring that the risk of each transaction is correctly recorded whilst maintaining a high level of client service and adhering to the controls and policies of the business.

Lastly the candidate needs to be able to adapt to changing environments and possess the mindset to seek continuous improvement in processes and controls.


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