Wholesale Payments - Global Payments Strategy Product Manager, VP
Tampa, FL, USA | J.P. Morgan
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Defining the product development strategy to align with the business strategy in order to deliver client value proposition.
Plan & execute on the product roadmap to support client requirements through collaboration with traditional product teams.
Develop new products for Global Payments Strategy by partnering with technology, operation, service, risk, compliance and legal teams at the global level. Also own and coordinate with the regional Global Payments Product Leads to ensure new products rollout in the region.
Outline new business requirements for the Product Development team to draft, collate, distribute and deliver to the regions. Ensure the client value-add features are incorporated into the business requirement documents.
Product management and promotion including ready-to-launch and ready-to-sell activities at the global level and through collaboration with the traditional product teams in the regions.
Lead the client engagement discussion on the Global Payments Strategy client value-add product rollouts and train client facing team to manage client discussions.
Manage risk and regulatory items including NBIA related to the launch of new products under Global Payments Strategy.
Partner with Global Payments Strategy program management to ensure all deliverables and projects related to the launch of the new products are delivered on schedule.
Minimum 5 years of product management experience with some P&L responsibility and payment product experience preferred.
Solid track record of success in leading large-scale initiatives across various product teams.
Experience in collaborating with sales, technology, operation, service, risk, compliance and legal teams and command strong influencing skills.
Creative problem solver, capable of developing innovative and differentiated solutions.
Strong presentation and communication skills with a keen eye for details. Oral and written communications.
Financial planning skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
May require 10% travel.