Emerging Talent Internship - Treasury and the Chief Investment Office - Analyst Co-Op SIP
Compensation: $170,030.00 - $170,030.00 /year *
Employment Type: Full-Time
Industry: Financial Services - Banking/Investment/Finance
JPMorgan Chase & Co. participates in a variety of Strategic Internship Programs focusing on philanthropic efforts, new talent pipelines and strategic initiatives. Emerging Strategic Internship - JP Morgan Treasury & CIO - Analyst JOB DESCRIPTIONThe Treasury/Chief Investment Office (T/CIO) is responsible for firm-wide asset and liability management. Members of the Treasury and Chief Investment Office are uniquely positioned to influence the operations of the entire firm by managing its aggregate market exposure, deploying its capital, and designing and executing its liquidity and funding strategies. T/CIO partners with each of the firm s four lines of business, offering a unique perspective on how a global bank functions. The PositionThe summer intern candidate will be part of the Treasury Funding team which is responsible for executing in the secured and unsecured capital markets, managing collateral and legal entity specific funding requirements, repurchasing stock, managing credit rating agency and key counterparty relationships on behalf of the Firm as well as assisting in the deployment of the liquidity. The summer intern on the team will assist with aspects of deal execution, with identifying competitive sources of funding/capital and share repurchases, as well as with monitoring peer activity and liaising with Debt Capital Markets, the Fixed Income Syndicate & Financing Desks, Finance, Legal and Investor Relations teams. The candidate should have strong interest in capital markets. The selected candidate must be detail-oriented, possess the ability to think critically and apply quantitative skills to solve problems. Responsibilities include:Assist in developing the Firm s annual funding plan Contribute in executing the global funding strategy to optimize the timing and structure of the Firm s debt issuanceMonitor and report internally on credit spread performance and overall market conditions and developmentsAssist in satisfying local liquidity requirements via execution in FX & Repo marketsCreate presentations related to funding, liquidity and capital for discussion with senior management, regulators, investors and ratings agenciesSupport in interpreting and responding to new regulations that have an impact on liquidity, funding and/or capitalAssist in managing the Firm s collateral requirementsAid in managing the credit rating agency relationships, including regular reporting, ratings strategy and preparation of materials for the annual updateAssist with managing and tracking of the Firm s share repurchase program Qualifications:Strong analytical and quantitative skills; knowledge of standard financial concepts including present value analysis, financial modeling, capital markets instrumentsAbility to prioritize and to work under pressure while maintaining a high attention to detailStrong verbal and written communication skillsSelf-starter with good commercial perspectiveAbility to interact with and build relationships with people from different departments and levels of seniority
Associated topics: business, business analyst, business intelligence, financial analyst, financial reporting analyst, investment analytics, investment fund, legal, market, regulation
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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