About Nubank

Nubank was founded in 2013 to free people from a bureaucratic, slow and inefficient financial system. Since then, through innovative technology and outstanding customer service, the company has been redefining people's relationships with money across Latin America. With operations in Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia, Nubank is today one of the largest digital banking platforms and technology-leading companies in the world.

Today, Nubank is a global company, with offices in São Paulo (Brazil), Mexico City (Mexico), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bogotá (Colombia), Durham (United States), and Berlin (Germany). It was founded in 2013 in Sao Paulo, by Colombian David Vélez, and cofounded by Brazilian Cristina Junqueira and American Edward Wible. For more information, visit www.nubank.com.br.

About the team

The Public Policy Team plays a very special role in our mission to fight complexity to empower people. Our Public Policy team represents Nu before regulators, government officials and Congress to give our perspective on financial regulation and legislation; work with the business and product teams to understand our growth strategies and successfully support Nu's operation in Mexico; design and propose public policy solutions to major regulatory challenges of the sector; and elaborate strategies to position Nu in public debates. Our team is actively looking for opportunities to improve financial regulation that will allow more companies like Nu to offer digital financial products and services to the Mexican population. 

In this role, you will: 

  • Define, build and execute the Stakeholder Outreach agenda and strategy for Nu México.
  • Work with business chambers, academic institutions and other key stakeholders to push for an optimal fintech environment.
  • Build and maintain relationships with key individuals and organizations that can help further Nu’s business objectives.
  • Design creative solutions to regulatory challenges based on Nu's core values.
  • Work with product, legal, business development and compliance teams to explore growth opportunities.
  • Engage with legislators, public officials and other key stakeholders to guarantee success in relevant issues.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Law, International Relations, Political Science, Economics, or related fields. 
  • Minimum five years of  experience working with a variety of stakeholders in public policy or government affairs.
  • Experience running campaigns and/or working with diverse groups of stakeholders towards specific goals. 
  • Ability to manage simultaneous complex projects, quickly adapting to changes and reorganizing your workflow.
  • Teamwork and ability to cooperate with peers towards a bigger objective.
  • Ability to influence hard regulatory discussions.
  • Knowledge of financial regulation and experience working with regulators is a plus.

Benefits

  • Health and life insurance 
  • Equity
  • Food card
  • 15 days of paid vacation with 25% vacation bonus
  • Holiday Bonus ("Aguinaldo") of 30 days of pay per year
  • NuCare - Our mental health and wellness assistance program
  • NuLanguage - Our language learning program
  • Extended maternity and paternity leaves

 

 

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We enable millions of people across Latin America to live better by empowering them to control their own money. We aim to build strong and diverse teams that rise to the challenge.

We are a team of the most creative people in technology. We hire under equal opportunity, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or background. At Nubank, everyone has the chance to speak up and participate, grow, and share ideas.

To ensure we are continually building a more diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects the customers we serve and seek to empower, we hire based on the principle of equality. We consider gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, and other identity markers as enriching ingredients to our company while ensuring neither of them represent a barrier when recruiting talent.

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