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4 days ago

Global Analyst Training Program

Deutsche Bank London, England

Deadline: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and close Sunday 2nd November 2014. We are a client-centric global universal bank with a fresh… Adzuna


4 days ago

Spring into Banking

Deutsche Bank London, England

Deadline: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and deadlines close Sunday 4th January 2015. We are a client-centric global universal bank… Adzuna


4 days ago

Analyst Internship Program

Deutsche Bank London, England

Deadline: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and deadlines are as follows: Analyst Internship Program (Corporate Banking & Securities and… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Global Business Director

D&B London, England

• Expanding and developing a portfolio of 3-5 key global accounts. • Developing and maintaining C-suite level relationships with each account… Glassdoor


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    Great culture, decent pay and recognition

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    Current Employee - Analyst - Technology  in  City of London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Analyst - Technology in City of London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Deutsche Bank

    Pros

    The pay is great compared with other industries, management seem perfectly willing to send employees on training courses and the teams you work in are usually smart, motivated and on top of what they do.

    If you work hard and make sure that your managers recognise it then they will usually do a lot to help you go further. Typically they're more than willing to handover more senior duties to you if you've proven yourself, which helps a lot when it comes to salary reviews.

    At least in the IT area I work most people tend to work 9-6pm so the hours are quite good but that may be due to it being a down turn and hence lack of motivation to work for a bonus. However, hours can vary wildly and really depend on the team and business function you are supporting.

    Cons

    As with all companies there is a lot of protective red tape which is often cumbersome and restraining, this can be very frustrating given that most employees see this as more than just a job and are actively trying to improve the way things work.

    Although the culture is generally very friendly, you'll find its common to sit near someone and not even know their name.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You need to be more in touch with lower employees. From my perspective it is AVPs and lower whom are really running the company, all I see provided from senior management are high level concepts detached from practical support.

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