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Fund Servicing Analyst - Corporate & Investment Bank

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

IT
metro manila, philippines
Posted on Sunday, June 9, 2024

Job Description

As a Fund Servicing Analyst within the Securities Services Operation team, you are responsible with the investment fund unit holder(s) and German regulators for an accurate Net Asset Valuation (NAV) and to provide fund accounting information and static data (i.e. prices) to the fund manager (KVG/Fondsleitung) if applicable. You are responsible for timely and accurate NAV reconciliation, investigation and resolution of differences in investment funds.

Job Responsibilities:

  • You will use JPM applications to perform complete cycle of the NAV reconciliation on a daily (only public mutual funds), weekly and monthly basis of fund accounting data from the KVGs/Fondsleitung (including valued asset holdings, derivatives, forward exchange, cash, interest and tax accruals, payables and receivables) against JPM Accounting data.
  • Run user tools for creation of the reconciliation report package. Investigate substantial NAV breaks in cooperation with Internal departments and IFAS and ensure resolution of discrepancies in a timely manner.
  • Quality Management to ensure accuracy of JPM Fund Accounting and Custody Data.
  • Maintenance of security static data to ensure correct asset IDs (ISIN, WKN) are stored in the system and updated when necessary.
  • Input accrued expenses: Provide expense accruals to IFAS if required by client or KVG/Fondsleitung.
  • Coordinate information flow regarding additional valuations with CMO, KVGs/Fondsleitung and IFAS (i.e. for unit purchases and sales).
  • Support of IFAS and GDS for OTC derivatives

Required qualifications, capabilities and skills:

  • Minimum Bachelor's degree, Chartered Accountant/MBA/Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Economics is preferred.
  • Minimum of 3 years of Pension funds industry experience with a minimum of three years in fund accounting
  • Knowledge in fund accounting, account reconciliation processes, industry developments and trends
  • Securities industry knowledge including dividends, principal & interest, corporate actions and trading activity

Preferred qualifications, capabilities and skills:

  • Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills including the ability to communicate strategic messages clearly and consistently with the team, making linkages to individual goals and accomplishments
  • Strong relationship management and partnership with a large array of constituents; ability to manage by influence to promote change
  • Leadership with proven ability to manage by influence to promote change
  • Proactive in identifying and escalating issues
  • Leadership / Teamwork: Builds effective teams committed to organizational goals; fosters collaboration among team members and among teams
  • Manage Disagreements: Brings substantive conflicts and disagreements into the open and attempts to resolve them collaboratively; strives for win/win solutions