Your Mission

At Wise, we are fully devoted to our Mission: Money without borders. Instant, convenient, and eventually free. And we know that we can only get there if we are investing strategically to be able to expand fast and grow further. 

Wise has pioneered new ways to transfer money across borders. Our customers can also manage their hard-earned money with the world’s first platform to offer true multi-currency bankingWith over 16 million+ happy customers we’re already moving more than £9 billion in cross-border transactions a month. We serve a wide range of customers from personal users, freelancers, small businesses to enterprise businesses and banks.

Your mission will be to deeply understand the needs of North American customers and help your team to focus on solving their most critical problems.

The focus of this team is to ensure that money moves in and out of Wise in the most seamless, cost-effective, convenient, and fast way for customers. The goal for you, in this role will be to focus on and affect the parts of our product that will help us scale 10x as we enable core functionality for global money transfers. Our current teams work on problems across domains that result in more US customers using the Wise Multi-Currency Account.

Some examples:

  • Adding local payment methods and integrations
  • Work on the future of Wise’s US payment infrastructure by talking with industry partners and regulating bodies to influence the next generation of payment methods (FedNow, RTP)
  • Find new ways to let customers move money in and out of the Wise ecosystem (new payment methods, point of entry via partnerships, improving existing experience via API and our Website or App)
  • Find, design and build new ways to increase payment limits, speeds and decreasing prices by innovating with our banks partners

Here’s how you’ll be contributing

  • Ensuring your team spends their time on high-value areas, sorting signal from noise as necessary
  • You’ll truly understand our customers and the impact our product has on their lives 
  • Unblocking execution across the team when it gets stuck by owning the details and being a true partner to engineers, spotting problems before they take root, and escalating or resolving them 
  • You’ll guide your team to focus on, build and ship the features that make the Wise Account the best international banking solution in the US
  • Building conviction on high-value areas and challenging them if there are faster or more effective ways to grow the market
  • You’ll inspire a team environment where ideas are shared and openness is valued
  • (Eventually) hiring, onboarding new team members across the team 
  • You’ll help us scale-up and build a world class global banking product that impacts millions of customers
  • You’ll make contributions to the wider product goals of the company to achieve our Mission: Money without borders

This role will give you the opportunity to

  • Choose your path to impact – we believe people are most empowered when they can act autonomously. So rather than telling you what to do, you’ll work with your team to create a vision of your own. Of course, you can always gather feedback from smart, curious people across Wise but you’ll have the freedom to make your own calls
  • Grow as a Product Manager – Grow and inspire your team and others across Wise
  • Get amazing exposure to the full breadth and depth of our product while working with a group of multi disciplinary teams of amazing, smart and dedicated product managers, engineers, analysts, researchers, designers and many more
  • The freedom to have real impact - The product you’ll build is key to Wise reaching future millions of customers and redefining how payments work internationally at scale
  • A fun work environment with loads of social activities and events
  • Be part of our mission to make money without borders the new normal

Things that might describe you as a Product Manager

  • You’re passionate about helping customers. They are at the heart of what you do and that empathy drives your decisions. You can identify the problems worth solving, and explaining your rationale with data (rather than assumptions and truisms)
  • You’re passionate about building high quality products, working on truly impactful challenges and taking full ownership of the customer journey
  • You are hands-on and enjoy delivering features - You have a natural curiosity for how the product is put together and passion for building it
  • You can inspire others - You are able to get your team to dream big, align on a commonly agreed vision and draw a clear path to get there, enabling your team to solve complex problems by breaking them down into small iterative steps of incremental value
  • You’re data-driven – You are able to prioritise the value you can add to customers, and get the entire company behind you telling a story with the data you have enquired.
  • You’re always learning - Whether it’s interviewing customers, designing UIs, writing code or modelling growth, you’re not afraid to roll up your sleeves and learn the skills you don’t have today to unblock your team

Extra skills that are beneficial but not mandatory

  • Knowledge of the US and Canadian payment systems and fintech ecosystem
  • Ability to self-serve analytically - experience of using SQL, or BI tools like Looker or Tableau
  • Experience in working with external vendors and negotiating with them 

Our Offer


We're people without borders — without judgement or prejudice, too. We believe teams are strongest when they are diverse, equitable and inclusive. We're proud to have a truly international team, and we celebrate our differences.

Every Wiser should feel that they can be themselves at work. Inclusive teams help us live our values and make sure every Wiser feels respected, empowered to share their contributions towards mission zero and able to progress in their careers.

Having diverse teams that reflect our diverse customer base helps us build a better product. We can be more creative and empathetic to our customer's needs and life experiences and makes sure we leave no-one behind on our journey to mission-zero.

If you want to find out more about what it's like to work at Wise visit Wise.Jobs.

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