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Wealth Management,Tax Operations Analyst

Req #: 170109573
Location: Chicago, IL, US
Job Category: Asset Management
Job Description:
 
J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management, with client assets of $2.4 trillion, is a global leader in investment and wealth
management. Its clients include institutions, high-net-worth individuals and retail investors in every major market throughout the
world. The division offers investment management across all major asset classes including equities, fixed income, alternatives,
multi-asset and money market funds. For individual investors, the business also provides retirement products and services,
brokerage and banking services including trusts and estates, loans, mortgages and deposits.
The Tax Operations Analyst will be part of a team responsible for the tax data integrity of transactions processed within our
accounting systems and the production of the 1099s, 1042S forms, and tax packages for our Wealth Management Clients. As a
team member, you will be expected to perform the daily activities required to meet tax withholding and reporting requirements
including an understanding and analysis of the tax treatment of financial instruments and adjustments to basis. You will also assist
the team with the year-end tax withholding and reporting process, understand controls, and participate in reviews to provide
consistent and accurate tax reporting in accordance with regulatory requirements to our Wealth Management Clients.
The Tax Operations Analyst is expected to have an understanding of the financial activity as it relates to tax withholding and
reporting. A holistic understanding of the tax cost and reporting process as it relates to specific financial instruments. The Tax
Operations Analyst is expected to assist the team with tax projects that impact our accounting system including system
enhancements, transition of accounts from other platforms, new securities, and new services. The Tax Operations Analyst is
expected to perform the daily activities and be flexible in working the required hours, which may include some weekends and
holidays. (Heavy volume periods – first and fourth quarter)
 
Responsibilities
• Analyze transactional activity for consistency and accuracy; liaise with appropriate team(s) and/or individual(s) to
• facilitate the required adjustments
• Assess the impact of industry, legislative, and/or other changes and develop and communicate required procedural
• changes resulting from the industry and legislative changes
• Perform required reconciliations
• Perform analysis on tax and security research
• Research historical activity as necessary to respond to internal business partners in adherence to our service level
• agreements
• Review and analyze the integrity of data (client, security, and transactional)
• Responsible for required tax withholding and reporting
• Perform data and tax package analysis as well as year-end controls and verification
• Create and distribute the 1099s, 1042S forms, and tax packages
• Ability to identify areas of improvement and recommend efficiency enhancements
• Cross train with other team members, other operational teams, and CSG
• Document and enhance procedures and training documentation
• Document and enhance MIS relating to data analysis, inquiries, and maintain daily MIS
• Ensure adherence to procedures, control policies, and service level agreements
• Communicate and participate in multiple operational, technological, and business projects (business requirements,
• testing, implementation, procedures, etc.)
• Liaise with business partners to assist in the development, enhancement, and implementation of best practices (other
• areas of Wealth Management, Investment Bank, and the firm)
• Provide tax guidance to other operational teams (Income, Corporate Actions, Mutual Funds, CSG, and internal/external
• colleagues)
• Serve as a subject matter expert
• Support the team’s structure and goals
BS/BA required
Two to four years of financial/operational experience; tax experience required
Ability to work as a strong team member
Advanced problem solving and analytical skills
Excellent time management and strong organizational skills
Self-directed and motivated with attention to detail
Strong oral and written communication skills; comfortable with scheduling and facilitating discussions
Strong reconciliation skills
Flexibility to work extended hours as needed
Proficient with Microsoft Products – Word, Excel, Power Point, Project, and Access
Ability to multi-task, plan, and prioritize in a fast-paced environment across multiple financial instruments

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