This connects established North American and European marketplaces with the financial data centre hub, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). A number of macro-economic and local factors in India are driving this growth. This includes impressive national GDP figures (7.3 per cent annually in 2015), the financial community’s appetite for an alternative high growth investment opportunity following Chinese stock losses, and BSO’s connectivity to other trading locations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO, said, ‘India is definitely the “golden child” of the financial community at the moment. Demand for our services has never been higher, both from international financial organisations leveraging local investment opportunities, and from Indian companies searching for a nimbler, more flexible telecoms provider. We have made significant investments to ensure we are supporting customers that are operating in this region.’