Nasdaq Set to Bolster Its Presence in Lithuania With 100 New Tech Jobsby Fintechnews Baltic December 3, 2020
Nasdaq will expand its footprint in Lithuania by adding up to 100 new technology job at its Vilnius office through an initiative with Invest Lithuania, a non-profit organisation owned by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania.
Since launching its Global Technology and Business Services in Vilnius in 2015, Nasdaq has expanded its employee base from 30 to 390 employees over five years, making the Vilnius office Nasdaq’s second largest office in Europe and third largest globally.
The primary areas of growth and development for hiring talent will include software development, quality assurance, cloud engineering, cyber security, business and data analysis, as well as market technology client success.
The ongoing expansion of Nasdaq’s Vilnius office will continue to bolster the company’s global footprint, add further value to clients around the world and expand career opportunities for highly skilled and diverse talents in technology and finance working in Lithuania.
Nasdaq’s Global Technology and Business Services staff in Vilnius are part of a worldwide team who are responsible for the development and deployment of technologies that power over 130 marketplaces worldwide.
“Combination of a well-developed infrastructure and a robust pool of highly skilled technology and finance professionals has escalated our ability to scale and expand the services and technologies we provide globally from our Vilnius tech hub.
During this next phase of our expansion, we will focus on further consolidating and reinforcing our strength in core competencies such as data analytics, technology development, cyber security and cloud operations,”
says Arminta Saladžienė, Vice President at Nasdaq and Vilnius Site Lead.
Featured image: Arminta Saladžienė at the Nasdaq Vilnius office
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