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    Hyderabad’s BFSI Sector Set for Huge Growth with Expected Creation of 5,000 New Jobs.

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    State Street, the world’s largest asset management company, is expanding in Hyderabad, India and plans to create 5,000 new jobs. This investment is a big boost to the BFSI (Banking, Financial Services & Insurance) sector in the state. Hyderabad will soon host the second-largest office for State Street after its Boston Headquarters.

    The announcement was made after the leadership team of State Street met Minister KTR in Boston, USA. In the meeting, the State Street team mentioned that some of the global roles and heads for Accounting, HR Mobility, and others will be based in Hyderabad. The center in Hyderabad has gained prominence and now figures as one of the vital centers supporting their growth story.

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    The job roles will be primarily in the areas of Fund management, Custodian services, and asset management. The center is going to have software engineers and data scientists who will be experts in the areas of Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and other emerging technologies supporting the fund management for State Street.

    This is good news for Hyderabad’s BFSI sector and the state can expect around 50,000 new jobs in this sector.

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