According to Goldman Sachs, the new office will employ approximately 2,000 people by 2023. As part of its aim to develop its worldwide centre for engineering and business innovation, the company announced a new office in India today.
“Hyderabad activities began remotely in March 2021, following local government norms, and presently employ roughly 250 people…
By the end of 2021, the Hyderabad office is estimated to have grown to 800 personnel, with around 70% of them being new hires. The Hyderabad office could have 2,500 staff by 2023, according to estimates. “It was stated.
Telangana IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao officially opened the new facility.
According to Chief Executive Officer and Chairman David M Solomon, the new office will serve as a critical innovation hub for a broad spectrum of Goldman Sachs’ companies while also enhancing the firm’s reputation as a worldwide organisation.