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Catching Them Young

Employees' ability to influence change and work on complex projects early in their career makes ICICI Bank the most preferred workplace in the BFSI segment.

When Ashish Shah joined ICICI Bank as a management trainee in 2014, little did he know that he would be managing the rating assessment system of India's second largest private bank in the next two years. As a trainee, he suggested changes in the risk management system that were not only well received by the bank's top management but also implemented.

"Very early on, I got a chance to work on assignments which most newcomers at any bank can dream of only after five years of experience. The empowerment that ICICI Bank provides is unmatched in the sector," says Shah, now a Chief Manager in the bank's credit risk department.

Shah is not the only one learning more and growing faster than his peers outside ICICI Bank. Aakriti Pandit, a management trainee who joined

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