Mission: We are Germany’s leading bank with international reach. With a strong position in Europe and a significant presence in Asia and the Americas, we merge local knowledge with global vision. To put it simply, we see things differently – and we’re proud ...
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As a leading global bank with roots in Germany, we’re driving change and innovation in the industry – championing integrity, sustainable performance and innovation with our clients, and redefining our culture and relationships with each other.
With operations in over 70 countries, we encourage our people to think for themselves and reward integrity. Our large but focused footprint gives us a strong position in Europe plus a significant presence in the Americas and Asia Pacific. We offer clients commercial and investment banking, retail banking and transaction banking as well as ground-breaking asset and wealth management products and services.
Great minds drive our business forward. Deutsche Bank's success is built on the agile thinking of our people.
We're adventurous but responsible, developing trusting and lasting partnerships. We know that a high performance culture goes hand-in-hand with a culture of responsibility – creating value for clients while being sensitive to our impact on the environment, the economy, and wider society.
We have a clear and compelling strategy for the years ahead: we’re committed to becoming the world’s leading, client-centric global universal bank. To help us achieve this, we created a set of values that are at the core of all we do. They guide our behavior with clients, with each other, with our shareholders and with the communities we serve.
Open communication with colleagues is encouraged at every level of the organisation. We value diverse opinions and acknowledge individual contribution. Ours is an intellectually stimulating and challenging environment, offering our employees the opportunity to have a genuine impact.
Everyone has the chance to share in our success. Join us, and you will be challenged and encouraged within a culture that nurtures talent, strives for innovation and rewards outstanding performance.
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The financial world is complex and ever-changing. That’s why creating sustainable value for clients in tough markets takes much more than business-as-usual thinking. How have we managed to deliver stable growth, even in the most challenging conditions? Knowledge and experience are key, as is a healthy funding base and a focus on delivering long-term value for our clients.
Which is why at Deutsche Bank, we’re well equipped to deal with today’s challenging conditions. We’re a global bank that’s always prized creativity and adaptability. And as we advance our clients’ interests, we act with discipline and integrity across everything we do. If you can apply specialist insight and inventive thinking to solve problems in a sustainable way and create direction, you’ll find yourself in excellent company at Deutsche Bank. And because we’re a diverse global bank active in 70 countries, you’ll never be short of opportunities to drive and lead change.
We get the best from our people by treating them with respect, nurturing their talents, and valuing their ideas. Click here to search and apply for roles at Deutsche Bank.
Graduate careers for adventurous minds
Today’s financial world is broader than ever, and nowhere is that more apparent than at Deutsche Bank. Whether you join us in a banking, technology or business operations role, our structured, ongoing training will support your continuous development. At the same time you’ll work alongside, and learn from, talented colleagues from day one. What’s more, we’ll encourage you to think for yourself, ask questions and share your ideas – and you can be confident your voice will always be heard. The result? You’ll start shaping your future straight away, take on increasing responsibility and deliver work that’s of real value to our business.
We welcome high-achieving graduates from any discipline and background, because we believe diverse teams are truly smarter teams. Provided you’re full of imagination, love solving problems and respond positively to challenges, you could soon be making your mark on your team, our business and our clients.
Explore your potential and influence a business that never stands still. Start a career with a difference at db.com/careers.
From paying with smartphones to automating transactions, the pace of change in our business and the evolving demands of clients and customers are driving huge technological and operational advances in the banking industry. Joining Group Technology & Operations (GTO) you have the opportunity to be a part of one of the vital pillars of the Bank which provide core operational transaction and processing services and information technology (“IT”) system expertise.
Technology in focus
GTO brings together the Technology and Operations pillars of the Bank to provide quality IT platforms and services, and market-leading client services and transaction processing to Deutsche Bank and external clients.
Across the globe, our people work in established financial centres such as London, New York, Frankfurt and Singapore, as well as specialist development and operations centres in locations including Bucharest, Moscow, Pune, Dublin and Cary. We move over EUR 1.6 trillion across the Bank’s platforms, support over many thousands of trading desks and enabling millions of banking transactions, share trades and emails every day.
Over the next few years, we are focused on modernising and simplifying the Bank’s technology – outsourcing infrastructure in a multibillion dollar deal with Hewlett-Packard, while bringing the development of critical software applications back in house. A key goal is to improve efficiency, productivity and competitiveness by building a more digital bank.
An environment of constant innovation
Looking to the future, data analytics and data mining will play an ever-increasing role, helping us to better understand our customers, optimise our services and make us more competitive.
To ensure we identify emerging technologies and increase adoption of new and innovative technical solutions, we will work with start-ups and academic institutions through the Deutsche Bank labs in Berlin, Silicon Valley and London. Our aim is to evaluate over 500 ideas a year. These could be infrastructure technologies, analytics technologies, digital authentication or security – any innovation that benefits our businesses or infrastructure.
I have been working at Deutsche Bank full-time (More than a year)
DB is by far the most diverse and inclusive company I've worked for--at least in backoffice and operations. Work/family balance is reasonable but some managers are less reasonable. There's a strong sense of community organizing and charity work.
Unless you are a Director or higher, you are a tiny cog in a giant engine. Opportunities to stand out are rare. The fight for promotions is about networking rather than working, which is good because IT security and process controls are more important than being able to do your job.
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Deutsche Bank.
There were two rounds: an interview on campus with two employees, and then final rounds at their branch in Cary, North Carolina about a month later. For the final round there were two 30 minute, one-on-one interviews. One was technical and they asked me to coding questions, and the other one was behavioral/technical (mainly theoretical questions about Java). When I mentioned that the language that I was most proficient in was C++, my interviewer asked me more questions about C++, which was nice because I couldn't remember too much about Java and I think I was able to redeem myself. Overall was a great interview experience.