Visa promotes Tullier and Rottenberg to new roles

Visa has announced the promotion of two senior executives, including Kelly Mahon Tullier to vice president of personnel and administrative director, and Julie Rottenberg to executive vice president of general counsel, according to a press release.

The changes will take effect on October 1 of this year. They will see Tullier give up his former post of executive vice-president of the general council, of which Rottenberg will take the helm. Al Kelly, President and CEO of Visa, said Tullier’s new role will give him “the opportunity to bring his business acumen, as well as his passion for our people and talent development, to the job. whole organization.

“Kelly and Julie are proven leaders, and I am delighted to see them both continue to expand their impact at Visa,” he said. “Kelly is a trusted advisor to the board and me, and she has transformed every function she touches into a great team. “

He also spoke about what makes a leader.

“A significant sign of a strong leader is one who has lines of succession for his team,” he said. “I couldn’t be more excited to see Kelly hand over the legal and compliance baton to Julie. Julie’s in-depth industry expertise makes her the perfect choice to help us navigate the complex legal and compliance landscape as our business continues to evolve.

Tullier will assume his new role in addition to his current responsibilities as Corporate Secretary and Head of Global Communications and General Business Services.

Meanwhile, Rottenberg will take charge of Visa’s global legal and compliance function, in line with his promotion earlier this year.

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