Saxo Bank to accelerate growth with opening of new office in Gurugram

Sunday 28 October 2018
Kim Fournais, CEO & founder at Saxo Bank
Dubai - MENA Herald:

Saxo Group India, part of the Saxo Bank Group, expands its presence with the move to a new and bigger office in Gurugram to accommodate future growth with a plan to increase headcount by 20 % in 2018. The new office is officially inaugurated at an event 11 October that marks the opening of more than 125,000 square feet with state-of-the-art interior designed to inspire innovation and collaboration across departments.

Established through an acquisition in 2010, Saxo Group India employs more than 500 people primarily within IT and operations. The organisation in Gurugram works with Saxo Bank’s headquarter in Copenhagen as one team to continuously improve the core of the Bank which is the trading technology and platforms that give clients access to more than 35,000 financial instruments across asset classes and geographies.

Deepak Gupta, COO at Saxo Group India, comments: “Saxo is making major investments in IT with the aim of digitising the whole value chain and leveraging new technology.  The new office in Gurugram provides an inspiring environment to accommodate our ambitious strategy plan of growing our team by more than 200 people in the next few years.  Our key priorities are to continue to pioneer the industry by moving to the cloud and use machine learning and artificial intelligence to keep pushing the boundaries of what technology can achieve in finance.”

Kim Fournais, CEO & founder at Saxo Bank, “We usually say that Saxo Bank is a technology company with a banking license. Despite being more than 25 years old, Saxo has never stopped thinking like a start-up, and we are truly agile in how we embrace new technology and innovation.

Saxo Group India has been instrumental in the journey to become a leading fintech specialist and our team in Gurugram has grown eightfold to more than 500 extremely skilled and dedicated Saxonians. We look forward to welcoming even more talented people in the near future.”  

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