Citi's investment arm to hire 2,500 coders

Pedro Gonçalves
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Citigroup is looking to hire 2,500 coders for its trading and investment banking units, Bloomberg reported. Citi's Institutional Clients Group (ICG) will hire coders and data scientists in London, New York Shanghai, Toronto, Dublin, Tel Aviv, Pune and Chennai in India, and Tampa, FL. Stuart Riley, global head of operations and technology for ICG, said around 75% of the company's trade orders last year were electronic. Riley highlighted that the hires reflect what the bank is building in technology and why it is focused on making salespeople and traders more effective at servicing c...

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