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Visa Promotes Tullier to Vice Chair, Rottenberg to EVP

Visa has announced the promotion of two senior leaders, including Kelly Mahon Tullier to vice chair of chief people and administrative officer, and Julie Rottenberg to executive vice president of general counsel, a press release says.

The changes will be effective Oct. 1 of this year. They’ll see Tullier giving up her previous position of EVP of general counsel, of which Rottenberg will take up the helm. Al Kelly, Visa chairman and CEO, said Tullier’s new role would give her “the opportunity to bring her strong business acumen, along with her passion for our people and nurturing talent, to the entire organization.

“Kelly and Julie are proven leaders, and I am thrilled to see them both continue to broaden 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 best-in-class team.”

He also spoke about what made a leader.

“A significant sign of a strong leader is one who has succession paths for their team,” he said. “I could not be more excited to see Kelly passing the legal and compliance baton to Julie. Julie’s deep industry expertise makes her the ideal choice to help us navigate the complex legal and compliance landscape as our business continues to evolve.”

Tullier will assume her new job in addition to her current responsibility as corporate secretary and head of global communications and global corporate services.

Meanwhile, Rottenberg will be looking after Visa’s worldwide legal and compliance function, in accordance with her promotion from earlier in the year.

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