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Legal Entity Controller - Analyst

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

IT, Accounting & Finance, Legal
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Posted on Tuesday, June 4, 2024

Job Description

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 Asset & Wealth Management, you will spend each day defining, refining and delivering set goals for our firm.

The Legal Entity Control team is responsible for financial oversight of their legal entity and is tasked with ensuring that a strong control environment exists as it relates to all businesses, products and operational areas that impact the Legal Entity financials and regulatory reporting of the firm.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Legal Entity accounting & control on a monthly basis that includes month-end close process, parent/child accounting, equity pick up, review of inter-entity breaks and unnatural general ledger balance monitoring
  • Month-End analytical review of the legal entity to ensure completeness and accuracy of the financial statements and preparation of various reports including contributions to the Monthly Controller’s Book, as well as Legal Entity and Line of Business financial commentary and regulatory reporting requirements
  • Investigation, analysis and resolution of issues and respond to ad-hoc queries
  • Assist in the Booking Model review and on-going Legal Entity Control Standard compliance monitoring
  • Intercompany Activity Control including variance commentary
  • Monitoring of the G/L including consolidation and netting
  • Participate in Firmwide legal entity reporting projects including infrastructure and process improvement efforts and other Controller initiatives as needed

Required qualifications, capabilities, and skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics (or related discipline) or equivalent experience with 2+ years’ working experience
  • Developing understanding of financial statement structures and US GAAP / IFRS or any local GAAP
  • Comfort with daily, monthly or quarterly reporting cycles and strict deadlines
  • Experience using or willingness to learn SAP, MS Office suite and/or data and business intelligence tools (Tableau, Alteryx, Python, etc)