Who we are: Airwallex is a technology company that revolutionises the way businesses operate globally. Our financial infrastructure provides a modern technology stack for businesses of all sizes to operate internationally, without the challenges of the current global financial system.
Businesses use Airwallex as their end to end global financial services platform. Whether it’s making or receiving payments from customers, domestically or internationally, Airwallex saves businesses time and money by offering real-time, reliable and cost effective financial solutions. Our web and API solutions support businesses of all sizes, from small companies to large enterprise.
In this fast-changing digital world that is increasingly becoming borderless, our mission is to empower businesses of all sizes to grow in their own markets and around the world, and by doing so, contribute to the global economy.
Founded in 2015, Airwallex has since grown to over 400 employees across ten offices around the world. Airwallex has raised over $360 million USD in venture capital funding, supported by top-tier investors including DST Global, Sequoia Capital, Tencent, Hillhouse, Horizons Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, ANZi Ventures and Mastercard. In March 2019, Airwallex was valued over $1 billion USD after its Series C financing, and became one of the fintech unicorns in APAC. The company was also named one of the world’s top 50 fintechs in KPMG’s 2019 and 2018 Fintech100 reports.
The role: As a Technical Product Manager at Airwallex, you will report to the Product Director and be embedded in a cross functional product team. You will be someone who can breakdown and understand complex technical problems and has the ability to understand the business goals as well as the technical implications of your proposed solutions. You excel at writing and communicating product requirements to the appropriate teams to ensure timely execution.
From proactively gathering feedback from key stakeholders, to effectively prioritising the short term development queue you will be comfortable making tradeoffs and account level-of-effort vs impact and other trade-offs, informed by a solid understanding of engineering/design concepts and product development patterns.