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Bengaluru: Global investment and retirement savings business Fidelity International is expanding its presence in Bengaluru and expects to hire around 800 people over the next two years.
The Bengaluru centre will complement the Gurugram and Mumbai offices that already employ 4,500 people.
Fidelity has over 2.8 million customers globally and has $728 billion of assets under management and counts banks, sovereign wealth funds, large corporates, financial institutions, insurers, and wealth managers as its customers. Rohit Jetly, head of shared services — country head, India, Fidelity International, said the planning for the centres started a year ago, and expanding to Bengaluru was a strategic decision and not just for scale, but to build a sustainable model. “It’s a calculated thought process despite headwinds flowing. We are clear that the ambiguity in the markets is going to remain high for a variety of reasons. The only way to keep yourself secure is the workforce that allows you flexibility,” he said. Jetly sees the India operations as an extension of the country’s tech prowess to the rest of the world. Fidelity is hiring for financial product management and tech and operations skills. A…
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