And a pie chart in a new report by CB Insights shows the degree to which the bank is trying to become more like a tech company.
The report, which dissects the investment bank’s strategy, said 46% of Goldman’s recent job listings were in tech.
“The highest percentage of technology jobs were for platform roles, followed by operations engineering and equities technology positions,” the report said.
Business Insider reported in July that the bank was building an iOS app for its growing crop of digital retail banking services. That’s one of the main areas in which the bank is actively seeking talent, according to the report.
The bank is also hiring folks to fill the ranks of its fast-growing Marquee platform. Business Insider first reported that Goldman was looking to build up Marquee, which provides clients access to the bank’s analytics, data, content and trading capabilities via a browser of API.
The bank posted eight job ads for roles relating to Marquee in New York in July, and has also advertised a further 12 roles in Bengalaru and four in Warsaw.
But the pie chart really says it all:
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