Careers in India
HSBC’s history in India goes back more than 150 years. Today we employ more than 30,000 people in the country and provide a full range of banking and financial services to more than one million customers.
Why work for HSBC in India?
As one of India’s leading financial services organisations, HSBC offers many ways for both experienced candidates and students and graduates to realise their professional ambitions.
We have opportunities in areas including retail banking and wealth management, insurance, commercial and investment banking, trade finance, cash management, capital markets, asset management, and securities and custody services.
In addition, we have roles in operational and support functions such as internal audit, marketing and human resources.
HSBC Operations, Services and Technology, which provides essential operational services, IT and technical support to the bank’s Global Businesses and Functions worldwide, also has a significant presence in India. Our Global Service Centres in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and Vizag offer a range of roles in business processing, analytics and customer services.
We also have dedicated technology teams in Hyderabad and Pune. They provide design, analysis, engineering and IT support across the HSBC Group, working across the full range of technology platforms from mainframe to mobile technologies.
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Working for HSBC in India will provide you with access to tailored professional development opportunities and a competitive pay and benefits package. We work hard to ensure that our workplace is a diverse, inclusive and meritocratic environment and have a strong commitment to sustainability.
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