JPMorgan steps up Hiring for Operations-Hub in Poland

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JPMorgan steps up Hiring for Operations-Hub in Poland

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With the jobs moving away from London, under the present scenario, the government in Poland expects, JP Morgan, to locate its new center in Warsaw. Several banks are attracted by Poland, as it has a low-cost structure, and provides a tough competition to other European cities.

This bank, with its headquarters in the USA, is poised to hire a great number of people, as per the statement by Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister, Poland who was speaking at Trojka a public radio. This will be a welcome addition, to the category of foreign lenders, which are at present relocating middle and other office posts to Poland. The bank will have a head office in Poland and is all set to hire thousands of professional workers in risk management, logistics, and management sphere. These are top and finest jobs, and the deal is effectively done.

UBS Group has planned to have an international hub, based in Krakow. Goldman Sachs has a plan, to drastically reduce its staff in London.  It will expand its operations in Warsaw, in the future. Brexit is likely to benefit the country and bring 30,000 business and service-based jobs.

J Zuccarelli, spokesperson JPMorgan London, did not comment, but the bank has always reviewed its policies, for improving its strategy for real estate, in order to perform back-office tasks.

Business outsourcing centers, which were opened by corporate, at the international level, have included 198,000 jobs, in the country, in the financial industry. This fact was given by the Association of Business-Service Leaders in Poland.

Fresh posts in the banks in Warsaw have a monthly pay package of $1,400-$5,050. It compares well with what is being paid in the financial sector in the UK.

Poland’s giant lender Pekao SA has made an announcement, regarding hiring Polish nationals, who are planning for better careers in London. This move is one of the major steps, being taken by Warsaw, to attract financial professionals, in a world pressurized by the prospect of Brexit. More hiring of professionals from London is expected in the future.

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