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US financial service firm JP Morgan launches campus for tech, risk, ops and support services in Hyderabad

Spread across 822,000 square feet at Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City the new campus looks to consolidate the company’s global operations

American multinational investment bank and financial services, JP Morgan Monday announced to open its new campus in Hyderabad. Spread across 822,000 square feet at Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City the new campus will consolidate the bank’s global operations.

According to the global financial service company, all employees across technology, risk, operations and support services will work out the new centre. “The new, integrated campus is a strong testament of our commitment to continue to meet our clients’ needs while ensuring a world-class work environment for our employees, as well as tap the incredible talent pool that the city offers,” Daniel Wilkening, Chief Administrative Officer, Commercial Banking and Head of Global Services, JPMorgan Chase said.

The company said that this is one of JPMorgan Chase’s key campuses globally and its largest in the Asia Pacific. The campus has been built to create a healthier and safer workplace. It includes wellness zones, dedicated relaxation and reflection zones, a creche as well as a fully equipped medical centre, the bank said

The centre has an innovation lab, a tech bar, training and conference centre facilities, open work cafes on every work floor, and a library. “Every decision made regarding its design and construction prioritizes the needs of our employees, as well as how the workplace environment will continue to evolve in the future,” Deepak Mangla, CEO, Corporate Centers, India & Philippines, JPMorgan Chase said.

Some key features of the new campus include an energy-efficient building management system to better control and monitor energy use, charging points for electric vehicles and paperless and digitization initiatives.

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