Deutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank and financial services company and it is planning to hire up to 1,000 new employees this year in India. Bank is hiring at its technology centres across the country. As the bank is looking to double down on digitisation, the organisation will hire candidates who are flexible with the various new technology changes rather than specific digital skills.
The bank will hire 300 freshers and 700 lateral hires. However, the main focus to hire behind this bulk will be on cloud technology and simplifying the tech stack. This will help the employees in the various back-end processes for loans, account opening and several other functions. Also, competence in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). The bank will give preference to the candidates who have competence in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
Dilipkumar Khandelwal, global chief information officer (CIO) of Corporate Functions Technology at Deutsche Bank said that “In line with our strategy of internalising our technology talent and growing our engineering capabilities in house, we are expecting to hire up to 1,000 employees at our India technology centres this year. Also the bank will hire candidates from least 25 to 35 different colleges across the country”.
The bank aims to hire candidates with core capabilities as they need to run its official applications to the cloud, specifically Google’s public cloud, and reduce dependencies. Also, they are looking for the maturity in candidates in terms of the skills they need to acquire. Here, maturity means the capability of learning new skills and building on them to further develop technology ahead of the curve.