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  • Careers in Global Business Services India

    Believe. Belong. Become.

    Bring your ambitions and we’ll provide plenty of opportunities to achieve them.

We’ve been operating in India for more than 160 years and are proud to be one of the oldest foreign banks. Across all our business functions and client segments, we have teams in India with extensive expertise. Standard Chartered’s Global Business Services (GBS) began its operations in India in 2000 and is an owned subsidiary of Standard Chartered Bank UK PLC. It is part of a broader network of information technology and operations centres with three other hubs – Malaysia, China, and Poland. In India, Standard Chartered GBS operates in Chennai and Bengaluru.  Together, we have the ambition and opportunity to create a better future for our customers, communities, and each other. As a member of our team, you’ll be able to unlock your potential and build a career that has a meaningful purpose.

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A world of innovation

A place where you can grow

With over 27,000 colleagues, Standard Chartered GBS India serves as the cradle of technology and innovation that supports the Bank’s business across 53 markets worldwide.

Our hubs serve as centres of excellence by transforming the processes and operations for the businesses and functions of Standard Chartered. They provide a multitude of support services to the Group’s businesses in various markets around the world, which includes dedicated world-class technology, software and system development, information technology support services, banking operations and client care capabilities.

Wherever your talents are, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect role with us. We succeed when our colleagues succeed, and we celebrate the diversity of our teams, so that everyone can realise their full potential. It enables our teams to unlock innovation, make better decisions, deliver our business strategy, live our valued behaviours, and embody our brand promise, here for good.

  • Female and male colleagues working together

    Did you know?

    More than 80% of our workforce are Millennials and Gen Z

    Over 43% of our Global Technology workforce operates out of GBS India. With a vibrant young workforce and cutting-edge technology that drives our innovation and high-performance culture, we invite you to explore our world.

  • Employee Resource Groups

    • Gender

      To help women grow and develop their professional and personal career, including mentoring, coaching, networking and sharing with senior leaders.

    • Wellbeing

      To bring out the best in all our colleagues by establishing and maintaining a work environment that promotes positive wellbeing and healthy lifestyle choices.

    • SC Pride

      To be a warm and welcoming place for LGBTQ+ colleagues through advocacy, facilities and policies.

    • Persons with Disability

      With a focus on helping create equal opportunity in the workplace, Banking Services for the Deaf Community and attract talent from the differently abled community.

    Additional ways we support and care for our colleagues

    To support an inclusive workplace for our colleagues we provide medical and relocation benefits for same-sex partners, run unconscious bias training sessions to support our inclusive culture and hold regular thought leadership speaker events. And we’re a menopause confident workplace. We recognise that the menopause transition affects women and the larger ecosystem around them, which is why we support our colleagues to understand the signs of perimenopause and menopause and provide help and support.

    Rewards and benefits

    We offer a competitive salary and benefits that support your mental, physical, financial, and social wellbeing, benefits include: 

    • Time-off including annual, parental, sabbatical, and volunteering leave 

    • A continuous learning culture to support your growth, with opportunities to reskill and upskill and access to physical and digital virtual learning experiences 

    • Proactive wellbeing support through Unmind, a market-leading digital wellbeing platform and development courses for resilience and other human skills 

    • Support for wellbeing challenges, including our global Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), sick leave provision, mental health first-aiders and all sorts of self-help toolkits

    • Day care centres in Bengaluru and Chennai to empower parents to make working easier

    • Flexible and hybrid working, subject to role-specific requirements

    Our workplace has a high level of flexibility, which allows for work-life balance. My work is completed by 6 p.m. and weekends, especially Sundays, which I call ‘SONday’, are completely devoted to my son. Flexibility in work is extremely important for a single parent

    Roopa Suresh

    Helping our communities to thrive


    Futuremakers is Standard Chartered’s global community initiative to tackle inequality and promote social inclusion across our markets. Futuremakers enables economic inclusion for young people through education, employability, and entrepreneurship programmes.

    Seeing is Believing

    Seeing is Believing (SiB) is Standard Chartered’s global initiative to tackle avoidable blindness and visual impairment. The overall mission of SiB is to create sustainable eye-care services in lower-middle income countries, including India. Under our Futuremakers theme, the Bank in India has set up career academies with multiple partners to help youth get trained and employed in the Eye Health and BFSI sector. So far, over 92,000 youth and eye care professionals have been trained to secure gainful employment across these academies and over 4,700 youth have been placed in the Financial services Industry.


    Launched in 2011, WASHE (Water Sanitation Hygiene Education) is the Bank’s flagship community investment programme in India which provides access to water, sanitation facilities and education to adolescent girls in municipal schools, and disadvantaged communities at large. ‘Futuremakers’ is Standard Chartered’s new global community initiative to tackle inequality and promote social inclusion across our markets. We promote economic inclusion for youth, particularly for young women and girls in our communities. Our project with Aga Khan Institute in coastal Gujarat state looks at addressing the issue of salinity and effects of climate change. 

    Press releases

    Standard Chartered to make 30 railway stations in India disabled friendly in partnership with Anuprayaas and Samarthanam Trust

    We’re partnering with Anuprayaas and Samarthanam Trust to make 30 railway stations across India accessible for people with disabilities by providing a host of facilities. This is part of our ‘Seeing is Believing’ initiative to tackle avoidable blindness and visual impairment. This project aims to aid people with visual disabilities, people using wheelchairs, and people with hearing disabilities to travel independently and with dignity by reducing their dependency on others while travelling.

    Standard Chartered & Seva Foundation launch new initiative ‘Envision’ – to create critical access to eye care for 4 million people in India

    The Bank and Seva Foundation have partnered to create critical access to eye care for four million people in underserved communities in India through a new initiative – Envision. The two organisations along with partner hospitals will establish 65 new vision centres across nine states in India – Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana and West Bengal.

    Standard Chartered Bank collaborates with Sightsavers to bring down prevalence of blindness in remote Sundarbans region of West Bengal

    The Bank, through its Seeing is Believing project, has partnered with Sightsavers to reduce the prevalence of blindness from the existing 0.7% to 0.3% of the population in the district of South 24 parganas in West Bengal by end of December 2025. The ‘High Impact Rural Eye Health Programme’ will prioritise work in 20 rural blocks in the remote Sundarbans region.

    Awards and recognition

    We’re proud to be recognised for a range of prestigious awards including…

    • Great Place to Work Certification
      • India’s Best Workplaces in BFSI 2024 – Top 50
      • India’s Best Workplaces in Health and Wellness 2023
    • Gold award at the Stonewall-Pride Circle India Workplace Equality Index for LGBT+ inclusion, two years in a row.
    • Excellence in the GBS and outsourcing space, GBS Asia Awards
      • Best Regional Growth Leader
      • Best Transformational Leader in IT (2018)
      • Best In Operational Excellence IT
      • Best Practice – Corporate Social Responsibility (2017)
    • Excelling During Crisi­s – Prestigious award amongst 60+ companies that managed GBS centres most successfully during a crisis
    • Featured case studies on our Smart Sourcing, Right Shoring and WFM global programmes in NASSCOM – KPMG report on Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, Global Capability Centre
    • HR Asia Award for “Best Companies to Work for in Asia” for 2021 – recognising our exemplary management of the pandemic and our New Ways of Working (nWoW)
    • Standard Chartered GBS India has been featured in 2021 Working Mother & Avtar 100 Best Companies for Women in India
    • Champions of Unlocking Center Value – Zinnov Confluence Awards 2022
    • India Client Care Centre (CCC) has emerged as the winner in the 4th edition of the ETBFSI Excellence Awards, for the Initiative ‘Breaking the Silence – Banking via Sign Language’ in the category of ‘Best Digital Customer Experience Initiative’

    Meet our people