JP Morgan to hire Indian techies mostly in AI & ML


By MYBRANDBOOK


JP Morgan to hire Indian techies mostly in AI & ML

JP Morgan has recently announced that this year the company is looking to hire around 4000 experienced techies in India. At present, the company has more than 35,000 employees in technology and operations across three different cities in India including Bengaluru, Mumbai and Hyderabad and more than 250,000 employees worldwide.

 

Gaurav Ahluwalia, head of HR India corporate centres in JP Morgan, said, “Technology is critical to our client success and business strategy. We are always looking to grow our talent to support this, including in areas such as cloud, big data, AI, machine learning, digital platforms and cyber security.” A majority of the hiring would be in the Bengaluru tech centre.

 

With a $12 billion annual budget and more than 50,000 technologists globally, our focus on technology has a direct impact on the productivity, performance and satisfaction of our global clients as well as the firm’s 250,000 employees worldwide. This is why we continue to make significant investments in technology and the people who build it,” Ahluwalia said.

 

The company further says, “Technology is critical to our client success and business strategy. We are always looking to grow our talent to support this, including in areas such as cloud, big data, AI, machine learning, digital platforms and cybersecurity.

 

Recently, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said the bank has committed $2 million to support Covid relief efforts, including to the US India Friendship Alliance. The contributions will look to support the public health system by helping to improve the capacity and supply chains of small hospitals.

 

The bank said it will also open a matching campaign for employees across the world to contribute to select organisations supporting Covid relief; the firm will match the contribution1:1.

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