Walk-in Interview @ Franklin Templeton International Services (India) Pvt. Ltd. at Hyderabad

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Walkin Interview Details:
 
Date: 26th Sept 2007
Time: 11:30 Am (Candidates who walk-in after 12:00 Pm will not be entertained. )
Venue:
Franklin Templeton International Services (India) Pvt Ltd.
Franklin Templeton Park,
Plot # 18-23,
Financial District, Nanakramguda,
Gachibowli
Hyderabad – 500019
 
About Us:-
 
Franklin Templeton International Services India Pvt. Ltd (FTISPL) is the Indian Services wing of Franklin Templeton Inc, one of the Top Global Investment Management Company committed to offering High Quality Products and providing outstanding services to our customers who are individuals, institutions, pensioners, trusts, partnership firms and other clients. FTISPL at Hyderabad offers various IT /Business related service and support. It stands as a key business enabler of world-wide operations for Franklin Templeton Investment.
Our vision is to be a premier global investment management organization by offering high quality investment solutions, providing outstanding service and attracting, motivating and retaining talented individuals.
 
 
Qualification:
 
-B.Com & M.Com Fresher’s only.
- All other graduates/ Post graduates excuse
-We are looking at good communication skills.
- Working knowledge of MS-Office applications (MS Excel)
- Possess the ability to work on multiple tasks
- Should be flexible to work during nights.
 
Experience:  Fresher’s
 
Education Background:  B.Com & M.Com Fresher’s Only (Other Grads/Post Grads excuse)
 
If you are not able to make it to the interview, please feel free to send your resumes to jchandr2@templeton.com



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