Budapest, August 27 (MTI) – Budapest Citi Bank’s Service Center is to create 250 new jobs with a 3 billion forint (EUR 9.6m) expansion using 250 million forints of Hungarian government support.

The government aims to attract as much high value-added innovation, research and service capacity to Hungary as possible, state secretary of foreign affairs and trade Peter Szijjarto told a news conference on Wednesday.

Citi Magyarorszag’s chief Aftab Ahmed said Citi wants to expand its service activity based on the highly-qualified and committed professionals available in Hungary.

Beata Elod, the centre’s head, said the investment would expand service activity in the areas of IT, security, engineering development and financial analysis.

Photo: MTI – Lajos Soos


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