Brian Doubles, President and CEO of Synchrony, engaged in meaningful discussions, networking, and round tables during his visit to India this week.
Some important initiatives:1. Synchrony announced a permanent work-from-home option for its employees w.e.f June 2022.2. Synchrony recently launched ‘Education as an Equalizer’, an initiative to expand access to higher education, skills training in high-growth fields, and financial literacy for underserved communities as well as Synchrony’sworkforce.
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“Brian Doubles, President & CEO, Synchrony (third from left) planted a Ficus Microcarpa Bonsai symbolizing unity at Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City during his Hyderabad visit. He was accompanied by Sudhanshu Bhardwaj – General Manager, Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City, Ramesh Kambhampati – VP, FP&A – India Finance, Synchrony, Andy Ponneri – SVP, Business Leader India, Synchrony & Bill Reiner – SVP, Chief Security Officer, Synchrony (left to right)"
Synchrony (NYSE: SYF) is a premier consumer financial services company delivering one of the industry’s most complete digitally-enabled product suites. Our experience, expertise and scale encompass a broad spectrum of industries including digital, health and wellness, retail, telecommunications, home, auto, outdoor, pet and more. We have an established and diverse group of national and regional retailers, local merchants, manufacturers, buying groups, industry associations and healthcare service providers, which we refer to as our “partners.” We connect our partners and consumers through our dynamic financial ecosystem and provide them with a diverse set of financing solutions and innovative digital capabilities to address their specific needs and deliver seamless, omnichannel experiences. We offer the right financing products to the right customers in their channel of choice.
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