News: DBS to hire around 150 tech talent in India

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DBS to hire around 150 tech talent in India

With its Hack2Hire programme DBS aims to fill positions across developer and engineering roles as the bank scales up its use of artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning (ML) and blockchain technologies to reshape the future of banking.
DBS to hire around 150 tech talent in India

To bolster its AI and Blockchain capabilities DBS has launched the fourth edition of Hack2Hire programme.  Back after a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19, DBS Hack2Hire will enable candidates to meet like-minded technologists and participate in exciting challenges during a virtual hackathon to assess their technical and problem-solving capabilities. Successful candidates will be invited for a final interview during the same event.

The entire programme will also contribute towards India’s effort to nurture a pipeline of talent in financial technology. Both fresh graduates and experienced professionals are invited to apply. The final selects will be offered a job at DBS Asia Hub 2 (DAH2). 

DAH2 in Hyderabad is DBS’ largest tech hub outside its home market of Singapore. DAH2 supports the bank in strengthening its technological capabilities across the region as well as its banking strategy. 

“Hiring top technology talent is the fuel for our ambition of becoming a world class engineering organisation in the next few years. We are confident of giving the right platform and environment for these engineers to thrive and build successful careers with DBS," said Alex Yew Meng Woo, Managing Director and CEO of DBS Asia Hub 2, Hyderabad. 

DBS has been harnessing the vast potential of AI/ML and blockchain technologies to introduce a series of industry-leading solutions addressing diverse needs ranging from financial planning, wealth management, asset digitalisation, and sustainability. In its fourth edition, DBS Hack2Hire aims to fill positions across 13 developer and engineering roles as the bank scales up its use of artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning (ML) and blockchain technologies to reshape the future of banking.

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Topics: Technology, Recruitment, #Hiring

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