- JPMorgan is a leading global financial services firm with operations in more than 50 countries. The firm is an established leader in investment banking; financial services for consumers and businesses, financial transaction processing, asset and wealth management, and private equity.
- The EMEA Compliance Department supports the group’s Asset Management, Markets, Investor Services, Global Wealth Management and Banking businesses in the region. The department is responsible for:
- Interpreting and advising on financial regulations and/or internal Compliance policies;
- Development of appropriate Compliance policies and procedures;
- Providing staff training;
- Monitoring and analysing business activities;
- Interfacing with regulators;
- Employee Compliance.
- The Employee Compliance team is responsible for managing compliance risk management programs related to key employee related regulatory risk, reporting to relevant governance committees and/or senior management in relation to the Employee Compliance Programme and/or employee related regulatory risks, designing and executing risk mitigation strategies, developing and conducting training, managing internal audit and relevant regulatory exams. This includes provision of advice, implementation of policies and/or controls, development/provision of training and oversight of operational processes relating to Anti-Corruption, Antitrust, Code of Conduct, Personal Account Dealing, Licensing and Registrations (covering all regulated individuals), and Consecutive Leave across all LOBs and locations in EMEA.
- Reporting to the EMEA Head of Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Compliance, this position will be part of JPMorgan’s EMEA Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Compliance team, which is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the region’s Anti-Corruption and Antitrust programs, including program governance, policy development, training, quality assurance, monitoring, exam coordination and policy enforcement.
- The successful candidate must have legal and/or regulatory experience, with an understanding of EU and UK competition laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act preferred. An understanding of the financial industry and related transactions is also preferable.
Responsibilities centre on supporting the EMEA Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Compliance team in managing the corruption and antitrust risk in the region, including by, at a minimum:
- Assisting in the implementation and oversight of the Anti-Corruption Policy, the Antitrust Policy and related procedures
- Driving continual enhancements of the firmwide Anti-Corruption and Antitrust programs
- Managing and executing key deliverables of the firmwide Anti-Corruption and Antitrust programs
- Responding to line of business inquiries regarding policy and legal and regulatory compliance
- Advising lines of business on corruption and antitrust risk in their business activities and ways to mitigate those risks
- Assisting in investigations related to breaches of the firmwide Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Policies
- Assisting in conducting corruption and antitrust specific risk assessments
- Assisting as point of escalation for queries relating to Anti-Corruption and Antitrust pre-clearance matters
- Assisting as point of escalation for queries relating to Third Party Intermediaries for the region
- Assisting as a point of escalation for queries related to Antitrust noisy exit scenarios
- Delivering Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Compliance training and more generally raising awareness of the programs across the region
- The successful candidate will be expected to interact with Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Compliance staff globally, other control functions within the firms, and the employees and management in all lines of business. Moreover, the candidate must be able to exercise sound judgement and observe the highest
- degree of confidentiality in handling of information received in the course of discharging responsibilities.
- Legal and/or regulatory experience; an understanding of EU/UK competition laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act preferred
- Strong communication, interpersonal, and relationship management skills, including confidence in interactions with senior levels of management
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate with individuals across business and/or functional lines
- Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities within both the business and Employee Compliance management
- Ability to work independently on projects often to very tight deadlines
- Ability to prioritise work and effectively manage time
- Proven analytical, planning, problem solving, and decision-making skill
- Excellent research and written and oral communication skills
- Ability to produce quality results on a timely basis
- Strong project management skills
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