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JPMorgan opens two offices in Mumbai and Bangalore: All about the campuses

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JPMorgan Chase announced on Tuesday that it has opened two new state-of-the-art campuses in India, in Mumbai and Bengaluru, marking a significant expansion of its presence in the nation.  

According to JPMorgan, these cutting-edge workplaces, which are recognized as two of the firm’s largest technology and operations centers on a global scale, are expected to drive long-term service excellence, operational efficiency, and innovative practices. 

The sprawling Mumbai campus, which spans 1.16 million square feet, is housed in the 23-acre Nirlon Knowledge Park (NKP), a famous finance and technology hub located along the Western Express Highway in Goregaon. Similarly, the new Bengaluru hub, which spans an astonishing 1.12 million square feet, is housed within the Embassy Tech Village (ETV), a vast business park encompassing 103 acres along the Outer Ring Road. 

JPMorgan Chase’s Chief Administrative Officer and Head of Services for Commercial Banking, as well as Executive for India and the Philippines Corporate Centers, Daniel Wilkening, emphasized the importance of Mumbai and Bengaluru in the firm’s long-term development. 

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JPMorgan Chase’s Chief Administrative Officer and Head of Services for Commercial Banking, as well as Executive for India and the Philippines Corporate Centers, Daniel Wilkening, emphasized the importance of Mumbai and Bengaluru in the firm’s long-term development.  

“Over the last two decades, our Corporate Centers in India have evolved to provide technology solutions, business and functional support to serve all of our clients globally,” he said.  

Deepak Mangla, CEO of JPMorgan Chase Corporate Centers in India and the Philippines, praised Mumbai and Bengaluru as truly global cities with great talent pools. According to him, the new campuses represent the company’s future ambition, geared to provide a world-class experience for its employees.  

“Mumbai and Bengaluru are truly global cities with a wealth of talent.” “Our new offices represent our future vision and are designed to provide a world-class experience for our people, with best-in-class amenities that will transform the way we work, connect, collaborate, and innovate,” Mangla added. 

These workspaces are governed by the zero-waste management philosophy, which promotes digitalization, paperless procedures, material repurposing, and trash segregation at the source. According to JPMorgan, the parking facilities also have electric vehicle charging stations. 

According to JPMorgan, the campuses feature amenities such as all-gender restrooms, a childcare Center, mother’s rooms, prayer areas, and a fully equipped health and wellness center for employee well-being.