Analyst, Regulatory Monitoring & Analysis

  • Visa
  • San Francisco, California

Job Description

Job Description and Responsibilities

Location for this role is flexible, though San Francisco Bay Area is preferred As a member of the Regulatory Monitoring & Analysis team, this role will be responsible for continuously maintaining Visa’s Global Regulatory Portal, in addition to other internal and external databases and extracting business relevant insights. Working closely with partners in Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Strategy and regional counterparts, the work will help enable internal Visa stakeholders stay apprised of payments-related regulatory and tax policies in real time. This position will play a key role in developing reports for use by Visa executives in meetings with senior management, clients and government stakeholders. The Analyst will report to the Director, Regulatory Monitoring & Analysis. Responsibilities Assists in the maintenance and upkeep of the Global Regulatory Portal, including continued optimization efforts, ongoing communication, training, and upkeep. Consistently studies compliance/regulatory updates and changes in industry best practices; monitoring existing regulations; and advising stakeholders on findings. Work cross-functionally with other business units to manage, monitor, and uncover needed information including data-driven insights on business impact of regulatory developments. Supervise and review content inputted into the Global Regulatory Portal to ensure entries are clear, accurate and up to date. Manage archives of regulatory consultation papers, government submissions and Visa’s responses. Work with team to develop supporting insights that help Visa respond and defend the business. Perform financial and economic analyses and custom report generation as needed.


3+ years of related professional experience and Bachelor's degree required. Proven, in-depth knowledge and experience in strategy or policy. Demonstrated ability to build collaborative relationships and facilitate healthy communication. Extremely organized and detail oriented with a strong ability to coordinate across multiple groups and manage workflows appropriately. Superior analytical and problem solving skills, including the ability to ‘translate’ political and regulatory intelligence into business-relevant information. Excellent business communication ability. Proficient in PowerPoint and Excel required. Strong understanding of the payments business preferred. Ability to work closely with the business and communications functions, receive input, collaborate on aligning a learning strategy, prioritize projects/products based on business objectives and ROI methodology.

Common Purpose, Uncommon Opportunity Everyone at Visa works with one goal in mind – making sure that Visa is the best way to pay and be paid, for everyone everywhere. This is our global vision and the common purpose that unites the entire Visa team. As a global payments technology company, technology is at the heart of what we do: Our VisaNet network processes over 13,000 transactions per second for people and businesses around the world, enabling them to use digital currency instead of cash and checks. We are also global advocates for financial inclusion, working with partners around the world to help those who lack access to financial services join the global economy. Visa’s sponsorships, including the Olympics, NFL and FIFA™ World Cup, celebrate teamwork, diversity, and excellence. If you have a passion to make a difference in the lives of people, Visa offers an uncommon opportunity to build a strong, thriving career. Visa is fueled by our team of more than 11,000 talented employees who continuously raise the bar on delivering the convenience and security of digital currency to people all over the world. Join our team and find out how Visa is everywhere you want to be. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. · “This position will be performed in an office setting. The position will require the incumbent to sit and stand at a desk, communicate in person and by telephone, frequently operate standard office equipment, such as telephones and computers, reach with hands and arms, and bend or lift up to 25 pounds.”