KPO Jobs For Mumbai Freshers- Syntel KPO State StreetSeptember 18th, 2011 Posted by VFreshers
Name of the Company : State Street Syntel Services Private limited
Experience: 0 – 1 Years
Job Location: Mumbai, Mumbai Suburbs , Maharashtra
Qualification : B.B.A – Management,B.Com , M.Com
Job Details :
The job profile will involve Financial Analysis of various financial and investment products and instruments. It will be a back office profile with no calling or sales involved. It will be a great opportunity to get a wide exposure to Global Securities & Capital Markets.
- B.COM / BBA / BMS / M.COM.
- AMFI / NCFM Certifications (preferred not necessary)
- Good Communication Skills
- Strong analytical skills
- Knowledge in Capital markets or Mutual funds
- Working knowledge of MS Excel
- Candidates who have applied in the last 6 months need not apply.
- Candidates should be extremely comfortable to work in rotational shifts including night shifts.
- Candidates should have at least one color photo id proof i.e. pan card or passport or driving license
- MBA’s need not apply.
- Candidates pursuing CA / ICWA / CS/ part time MBA or any other professional /diploma courses need not apply.
- Age criteria: up to 24yrs
- Compensation: 1.50 Lacs per annum
Apply : Email ur cv to Akshaya_Shetty@syntelinc.com
Email Subject : Profile from vfreshers.com
Details of the Company :
Syntel is a NASDAQ listed MNC, having a history of 28 years in business across verticals. Syntel diversified into the Knowledge Process Outsourcing domain in the year 2003 wherein we are involved in financial transactions relating to Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, and Fund Accounting & Reconciliation. We have a multi-skilled workforce of 12,093+ (IT & ITES) across the globe, based out of US, Mumbai, Chennai and Pune.We provide humungous opportunities to work on processes of World’s Largest Custodian Bank , and the best of the financial services clients. Syntel’s Knowledge Process Outsourcing (formerly reported as BPO), grew over 175 percent year-over-year and represented more than 20 percent of overall revenues at the end of 2007