To drive innovation and end-to-end product delivery, which is a step forward in the Group’s approach to international resourcing, Lloyds Technology Centre will focus on using technology and digital, data, and analytics capabilities
A new technology centre in Hyderabad will be set up by Lloyds Banking Group, one of the leading financial services groups in the UK, with the initial target of hiring around 600 people.
To transform its digital offering, Lloyds Technology Centre, operating as part of Lloyds Banking Group, forms part of the Group’s £3 billion strategic investment over the next three years. As it further enhances the Group’s customer experience and builds its in-house technical capability, it will hire people who are specialists in technology, data, and cybersecurity roles.
The Group, which operates the UK’s largest digital bank and has over 20 million digitally active users, plans to further expand its digital capability by opening a new technology centre later this year.
To drive innovation and end-to-end product delivery, which is a step forward in the Group’s approach to international resourcing, Lloyds Technology Centre will focus on using technology and digital, data, and analytics capabilities but will not provide any banking services.
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