Legal Entity Controller - UK - Associate

JPMorgan Chase & Co.
May 23, 2024
Jun 06, 2024
Work Mode
Work from office
Full Time
Organization Type
JobID: 210519565

Category: Controller

JobSchedule: Full time

Posted Date: 2024-05-21T11:26:25+00:00



You are a strategic thinker passionate about driving solutions in Finance. You have found the right team.

As a Legal Entity Control professional in our Corporate & Investment Banking, you will spend each day defining, refining and delivering set goals for our firm.

You will be responsible for day-to-day management of financial information, delivery, integrity, and control of the financial statements for UK LE's.

Job Responsibilities:
  • Produce key disclosures contained within the UK statutory financial statements, including audit support and files. Full responsibility for preparing IFRS 9 disclosures and taking the lead as the key point of contact for UK reporting, attending all working group meetings and disseminating information across the wider function (LEC and Regulatory reporting) as required.
  • Support technical UK GAAP/IFRS accounting analyses including accounting memos and templates.
  • Support various projects and initiatives which impact the legal entity including product, Infrastructure, Regulatory, Compliance and other business driven initiatives.
  • Build and manage relationships with key stakeholders including PwC, Product Control, Tax, Regulatory Reporting, Technology and Corporate teams to enable an effective coordination of the process.
  • Identify and drive enhancements to current processes. Work closely with PwC auditors to ensure the issues are resolved and the deadlines are met.
  • Prepare board reports and present to the board of directors the statutory financial statements. Co-ordinate various statutory financial statements production & audit tasks and support the team on various initiatives.

Required qualifications, capabilities, and skills:
  • Chartered Accountant with 6-9 years of experience preferably from Accounting / Audit / Banking & finance function
  • Successful candidate should have a technical accounting foundation and knowledge of audit procedures
  • Committed, conscientious & self-motivated individual who can demonstrate initiative, multi-tasking and problem-solving abilities
  • Logical and analytical skills with a control focus and regard for attention to detail. Strong appreciation for escalation and risk awareness. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to work and manage a team to tight deadlines, whilst maintaining a high degree of accuracy and quality
  • Critical thinking required to challenge processes and suggest alternative approaches. Solve for ad hoc queries and recommend effective controls
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to deal with colleagues / stakeholders of all levels
  • Project Management capabilities. Investment Banking product knowledge including derivatives, equities and debt securities required