Standard Chartered Bank has opened its Global Business Services (GBS) at Bengaluru to improve its services for attracting best minds available locally to redefine banking for the world. The channel will complement bank’s currently GBS centers in functioning in China, India, and Malaysia.
Highlights of Global Business Services (GBS):
- GBS will provide deliver support, client due diligence and advisory services to corporate customers of Standard Chartered Bank.
- The center will use latest data, technology, robotics and software development to cater the needs of customers.
- The 30% employees of the bank will be Bengaluru based and bank has plans to double its current head count based in the city using a combination of internal moves and selective hiring.
- This new move is a part of bank’s earlier announcement in 2015, where the bank had made a strategy to invest USD 3 billion in technology in next three years.
- In a statement bank said that its aim is to be fully digital bank and this new investment in Bengaluru is the part of our digital strategy.
- The bank also said that the aim is to attract highly skilled talent of silicon valley through Global Business Services (GBS).
About Standard Chartered:
- British multinational banking and financial services company
- Headquarter: London, England
- More than 1,200 branches
- Operates in more 70 countries
- Around 87,000 people are working in the company