VP, Global Affluent Strategy & Benefits
San Francisco, CA, USA | Leading Financial Services Company
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Build a long-term strategy for global Leading Financial Services Company cardholder benefits for key consumer segments (e.g., affluent) through a combination of market research, competitive analysis, build/partner analyses and cross-functional alignment/prioritization of actions
Identify opportunities to improve Leading Financial Services Company’s suite of global benefits to align with customer needs
Work closely with sourcing to identify and drive cost saving opportunities
Identify new benefits to bring to market and work with partners/vendors to drive execution
Work closely with regional teams to identify benefits for both local and global delivery based on market needs. Drive execution through partner/vendor conversations.
The ideal candidate will bring 15+ years’ experience with at least 10+ years’ experience in management consulting and / or product strategy.
Has superior strategic, analytic and problem solving skills, and is capable of clearly communicating a long-term vision across the company and clients.
Is integrated into the payments products industry, stays current on competitive and market trends, and brings those insights to inform Product strategy
Natural collaborator, with excellent communication skills and strong executive presence. Must be disciplined and comfortable with ambiguity, possessing the maturity and capability to interact and influence across multiple levels and a global matrixed organization
Exhibit relevant and consistent leadership behaviors in team management, customer communications and internal interactions with peers, senior management, clients and third party vendors.
Ability to structure, manage, and coordinate multiple complex cross-functional projects and processes with multiple stakeholders at both senior and junior levels
Experience leading a global team is desirable, as is an advanced understanding of banking and payment card systems and processes.