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Corporate Compliance -Fair Lending Analytics -Executive Director

Req #: 180013088_1
Location: Tampa, FL, US
Job Category: Compliance
Job Description:
Global Compliance & Regulatory Management plays a critical role in the successful execution of the firm’s compliance mission.  The Compliance function ensures the development and maintenance of a strong compliance culture by developing and maintaining program infrastructure that identifies, measures, and monitors compliance with applicable laws, regulations and rules that govern our business globally. Compliance teams work closely with business, legal, risk, and audit functions to provide expertise on regulatory compliance matters, assess and measure compliance and related risks, and monitor and test the adequacy of the firm’s compliance control environment.
Consumer & Community Banking Compliance is responsible for leading and implementing the compliance program across the consumer businesses, including Home Lending, Consumer and Business Banking, Wealth Management, Card Services, Commerce Solutions and Auto Finance.  The department works with the consumer businesses to ensure practices and policies are appropriately designed and to achieve compliance with both the spirit and intent of applicable laws and regulations, as well as ensuring execution of an effective compliance program. 
Corporate Fair Lending Compliance: 
JPMorgan Chase and Co. (JPMorgan Chase) is committed to treating all individuals fairly and equitably in the conduct of its lending businesses in all jurisdictions where it conducts business. This commitment is part of our fundamental mission of providing quality financial services to existing and prospective customers in accordance with all applicable laws.  To accomplish this, the Office of Fair Lending a/k/a (CFL) Compliance group has a very robust Fair Lending Analytical and Monitoring functions.  Additionally the group also has a Fair Lending Strategic Governance and Reporting function.
Key Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be a key member of Compliance’s Office of Fair Lending team.  The individual will represent the Office of Fair Lending Compliance at relevant committees and governance forums and liaise with senior business and functional management and other key stakeholders. The individual will be responsible for the:
  • Administrator of CFL Risk Management Program including developing and implementing appropriate policies and standards as well as oversight of structure and program controls.
  • Enhance CFL program as needed to align Fair Lending risk management strategies with the changing scope and complexity of the company's business model and practices
  • Develop FL strategic plans and communicate enterprise wide initiative / project requirements to LOBs
  • Develop and maintain up to date CFL department policies and procedures to stay compliant with the regulatory environment, and communicate changes to audit, LOBs, and others as appropriate
  • Coordinate FL activities across CFL Monitoring, Strategic Governance & Reporting, and Analytics
  • Primary CFL Interface with LOB Control and  Operational Risk to implement programs and  ensure alignment
  • Lead for CFL technical development - System enhancements (FORCE, CATTS, ACES, SECA, etc.)
  • Manage the production of presentations to Senior Management for the multiple committees/councils.
  • Project manage the detailed FL risk assessment process and Compliance Risk Assessment (CRA) process.
  • Serves as the Practices Lead for the Office of Fair Lending and prepares the Annual Compliance Plan for the group.
  • Primary contact for the Customer Fairness Horizontal Program related to Fair Lending and Community Reinvestment requirements.  
  • Project manage and coordinate the review of the Office of Fair Lending RCSAs.
  • Oversee the FL issue and action plan creation and closure process
  • Manage the business resiliency and disaster recovery process
  • Manage HMDA data collection and processing across multiple LOBs.
  • Manage the development and implement effective Fair Lending and HMDA training for all relevant areas.
  • Experience either as a regulator or in-house compliance, audit and/or risk officer at a large bank
  • Experience working closely with federal banking regulators on regulatory exams
  • Enterprise compliance and regulatory management experience is desirable
  • Ability to build relationships with Sr. Management and business partners
  • Excellent communications skills (written and oral), with the ability to effectively communicate with senior executives and regulators
  • Excellent problem solving capabilities
  • Able to interface with internal clients and translate technical data into user-friendly reports
  • Results-oriented with strong project-management skills
  • Proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Advanced degree, JD or MBA is a plus
  • Preferred:  3 plus years’ experience in fair lending
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