The CWM Technology Audit Team, which is part of the Asset Management Audit Team, is responsible
for assessing the overall technology control environment across the Chase Investments and Chase Private Client business.
Developing individually customized transactional risk products which protect participants from tax opinion risks arrising in connection with underlying business mergers and acquisitions deal structures.
Consult with senior managers to identify/scope recruitment needs and develop/implement effective sourcing strategies; source, screen, and guide candidates through a successful interviewing and candidate experience.
Assist in the research and enhancement of the risk methodology for Newton. The methodology covers sensitivity, stress, VaR and factor modeling, for both investment (market) and counterparty (credit) risk.
Understand growth hacking and the connection between product, marketing and analytics (creates effective measurements of usage in order to direct the products roadmap); have 6+ years of business development experience, including products that had at least several millions of users while you were managing the business.
Assist in the collection and validation of data from the various real estate groups for completion of co-investment reporting, seed capital, fee projections, monthly/quarterly reforecasts, and risk reporting.
This position will be a key part of the Consumer & Community Banking Risk Modeling team with responsibility to manage ongoing projects and deliver a broad range of ad hoc analyses in support of day-to-day operations.
Assist clients across various channels (institutional and retail) in achieving best execution when trading iShares by educating them on ETF liquidity and effectively communicating specific trading strategies and the associated costs.
The candidate would be mainly responsible for developing models in area of wholesale credit risk, participating in all aspects of quantitative activities ranging from model research and prototyping to business support.
The AM MGG group interacts regularly with several firm-wide groups including: Model Review, the relevant Portfolio Manager or trading desk(s), VCG/Product Controllers, Market Risk, Compliance, Model Development, and Audit.
Drive standardization of specialty underwriting by defining risk assessment parameters, setting quality service standards and developing and leading self-audit initiatives to foster consistent and profitable risk selection.