J.P. Morgan Job Application

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You can get the chance to work at J.P. Morgan by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of J.P. Morgan which offers entry-level and managerial positions.

J.P. Morgan & Co. is a commercial and investment banking institution founded by J. P. Morgan in 1871. The company was a predecessor of three of the largest banking institutions in the world, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, and Deutsche Bank (via Morgan, Grenfell & Co.), and was involved in the formation of Drexel Burnham Lambert. The company is sometimes referred to as the “House of Morgan” or simply “Morgan”.

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You can be a member of J.P. Morgan family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application J.P. Morgan where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.

Compliance Director


  • Implement and enhance the Canadian Compliance program, including risk assessments, legislative compliance monitoring and testing, reporting and escalation
  • Provide expert oversight and direction to Canadian lines of business in banking, merchant services and securities-related businesses, including on matters related to AML compliance and data privacy, leveraging U.S. SMEs as necessary
  • Advise on regulatory compliance matters for new regulations, organizational developments, new products, services and initiatives, in tandem with AML, Legal, and Risk/Control colleagues
  • Create and maintain applicable compliance and operating policies to ensure regulatory compliance requirements are adequately addressed
  • Monitor the implementation of Canadian and global Compliance policies, ensuring consistency across LOBs
  • Provide timely reporting on significant regulatory/compliance issues to senior management
  • Participate in applicable local and regional Governance and Control Forums
  • Assist in the development/maintenance of Canadian training programs across relevant lines of business to ensure awareness of relevant banking and securities requirements
  • Primary interface with regulators to coordinate exams and address regulatory inquiries


  • Highly motivated, innovative, and experienced Compliance professional with solid financial institution and broker-dealer regulatory compliance background and technical knowledge of banking and securities laws and regulations
  • Significant knowledge of IIROC rules/regulations and trade desk compliance as it relates to equities trading and Equity Capital Markets
  • Bachelors’ degree, legal qualifications, accounting designation or comparable work experience required
  • CSI Chief Compliance Officer Designation and other investment industry qualifications are desired
  • Minimum of 10 or more years of relevant Compliance and/or or Legal experience

Candidates must demonstrate excellent leadership, interpersonal, communication, resource management, organizational and decision-making skills


Working in a team environment, the Analyst/Associate will have access to senior officers of the firm and senior clients. You will be challenged to perform at the highest levels of excellence and are rewarded for your achievements in a demanding environment. The analyst would be required to work with other professionals as a team drawing from the full spectrum of the firm’s resources to develop customized financial solutions to meet the needs of clients.

The Analyst/Associate will work with Managing Directors, Executive Directors, Vice Presidents and Associates, assisting them with all client activities (marketing, execution and on-going relationship management). The analyst/associate will assume responsibility for managing internal processes for deal executions, internal approvals, business aspects of regulatory reporting and ongoing management of client relationship

Core Responsibilities:
• Assisting Corporate Bankers in managing existing client relationship and developing new client base
• Preparing internal approval documents such as credit memos and balance sheet committee models.
• Help with industry and credit analysis (review financial statements, listen to and summarize investor presentations, and support credit approval and documentation process)
• Conduct industry and company research
• Maintain internal reports including deal tracking, pipeline reports, and balance sheet memos
• Assist in the preparation of pitch books and other marketing materials to help generate new revenue
• Help with projects as requested

Banker Middle Market Banking

Our competitive advantage lies in our people. Customers will generally continue their relationship with the same bankers and customer service representatives they have worked with for years. We believe that the combination of local decision-making, local delivery and personalized service are critical to building long-term relationships.

As a Banker in Middle Market, your primary role will be to grow and retain profitable relationships within this market segment.  This is accomplished by focusing on the delivery of value added solutions to our clients and prospects that will help them reach their goals and maximize our revenues over the life of the relationship.  You, as the focal point of the client relationship, will orchestrate the interfacing with clients by credit support staff and product partners.  You will be a fully experienced, qualified relationship manager capable of independent activity.  You should have proven client relationship skills, as well as extensive product knowledge, technical expertise and strong transaction execution skills.   Credit process management is a critical component of your job.

You will develop a weekly sales plan prioritizing most promising revenue generating sales opportunities and be responsible for cultivating referral sources, institutionalization of relationships and aggressive calling (bankers should average 5-10 in person calls and at least 10 contacts via phone, mail or e-mail to clients and prospects per week).   Performance will be measured by your effectiveness in many marketing areas, including but not limited to:  calling activity, proposal generation, revenue generation, risk mitigation, ability to build successful relationships, and propensity to help build the franchise for the long term. You will also seek opportunities to cross sell into every relationship and anticipate the future needs of the client.

Vice President

Candidates must also have demonstrated executive presence by developing and fostering successful relationships with internal partners while influencing, developing, and nurturing relationships with global clients at all levels of their enterprise.

  • Leverage partnerships with relationship managers and product partners to develop, advise and deliver custom Canada treasury, trade, and lending solutions for commercial MM clients
  • Execute marketing program via direct client calling, proposals, negotiating and closing transactions
  • Partner and influence Treasury Services and Commercial Banking teams to establish and drive business development strategies.
  • Represent JPMC’s Canadian capabilities internally and external events throughout the US
  • Identify opportunities for new products and services
  • Refine business development and solutions delivery practices.
  • Provide input into product development, marketing, and other strategic initiatives.

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