People deserve more from their money. More visibility, more control, more freedom. And since 2015, Revolut has been on a mission to deliver just that. With an arsenal of awesome products that span spending, saving, travel, transfers, investing, exchanging and more, we've helped 35+ million customers get more from their money. And we're not done yet.
As we continue our lightning-fast growth, two things are essential to continuing our success: our people and our culture. We've been officially certified as a Great Place to Work™ in recognition of our outstanding employee experience! So far, we have 8,000+ people working around the world, from our great offices or remotely, on our mission. And we're looking for more. We want brilliant people that love building great products, love redefining success, and love turning the complexity of a chaotic world into the simplicity of a beautiful solution.
About The Role
Government Affairs is responsible for shaping the external regulatory environment to support Revolut’s growth and profitability, while driving innovation through regulation in a way which is positive for consumers, businesses, merchants, and broader society.
We deliver this by building trusted relationships with policymakers, regulators, and other stakeholders at the national and international level, identifying game changing interventions, and then advocating for them at speed using data, emotion, and proprietary cutting-edge engagement tools.
We're looking for a sharp, organised, and passionate Government and Public Affairs professional to lead our advocacy with a range of key Member States in southern Europe. You will be responsible for shaping the debate on both national policy interventions and EU level legislation and regulation.
The first priority will be to reinforce our engagement with policymakers, senior regulators, and other stakeholders in Spain, Italy, and France. These markets are some of our most important in Europe, with large user and colleague populations.
Given our continued expansion across the EU, you'll also be reinforcing our engagement in other markets across southern Europe as needed. We have more than 35M users in the EU and are a fully licensed Bank.
Revolut has the ambition to be the world’s best global bank, empowering our users with access to the best and most responsible financial products through one best in class super-app.
Government Affairs will be key to realising this vision, as we compete with legacy providers, and embrace regulation which drives choice, competition and disruption, in every major financial product area in every major jurisdiction in the world.
Up for the challenge? Let's get in touch.
What You’ll Be Doing
- Analysing threats and opportunities, and working with our Product Owners, Branch managers, and EU management team under the direction of our Head of Global Government Affairs to assess impact, prioritise issues, and develop best in class advocacy strategies
- Building a network of trusted relationships across a range of institutions in Spain, France, and Italy, as well as in the policy and strategy teams at Banque de France, Banca d’Italia, Banco de España, and other relevant regulators
- Building up a network of similar relationships across other Member States in southern Europe as needed
- Building a network of trusted relationships with relevant third parties (e.g. consumer, merchant, small business groups, etc.)
- Leveraging external relationships and coalitions, and conducting public advocacy campaigns to secure our key policy priorities in order to boost our long term growth and profitability
- Coordinating closely on EU level policy with our Government Affairs team engaging EU institutions (based out of Brussels)
- Monitoring political debate and regulatory and legislative initiatives
- Speaking at events and with key press contacts to inform the policy debate
- Working with coders to build game changing engagement tools (every function at Revolut is a technology function)
- Engaging in other jurisdictions following a need or your own passions and career ambitions
- To be self-motivated, highly organised, and focused on high quality delivery
- Experience developing or influencing government or regulatory policy
- A strong understanding of the difference between good politics and good policy, how policymakers and regulators think, and how to advocate for good outcomes
- To have a passion for technology and financial policy
- The ability to understand the current financial services regulations (e.g. MiCa, TFOFR, PSD3/Open Banking, the AML Package, etc.)
- Strong written communication skills and an ability to deliver a message succinctly, ideally using data and not words
- The ability to work independently and with changing priorities
- The skills to be able to build strong, mutually respectful relationships with diverse teams and across stakeholders of varying seniority
- To be comfortable and literate using tech software to manage work streams
Refer to our Data Privacy Statement for Candidates: https://www.revolut.com/legal/data-privacy-for-candidates for details on our data handling practices during your application.
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