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Banking and finance firms on hiring spree

November 25, 2021

Banking and finance firms on hiring spree

Top banking and financial services firms are on an hiring overdrive across the country’s leading undergraduate and engineering colleges and business schools on the rear of development across organizations and an expanding push for digitisation in a post-pandemic world.

Aside from occupations in finance, operations, depository, risk, analytics, research, investment banking and corporate banking, the big focus this year is on technology roles, a post-Coronavirus phenomenon where associations in the BFS space have started putting a lot greater emphasis on the need to increase their digital offerings.

Axis Bank plans to acquire half more grounds recruits than last year; Goldman Sachs India grounds employing for 2022 will increment by 27% with north of 1,900 recruits, including students, for JP Morgan, the grounds admission will increase by 23% for full-time investigators and 38% for interns. Others including Citi, Deutsche Bank and Mastercard are hiring agressively too, particularly for digital skills.

For 2022, our grounds recruits will increment by 43%, 24% and 6% across graduate colleges, engineering colleges and business schools, individually. This is reflective of our growth across organizations and the accessibility of world class talent in India, says Deepika Banerjee, co-head of human capital management at Goldman Sachs Services.

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