Deutsche Bank's Innovation Lab is the bank's first in Asia Pacific and completes the bank’s global network, which spans from Berlin to London, New York, Palo Alto, and now Singapore. The bank’s Innovation Labs are part of its drive to digitalise and embrace emerging technologies for the benefit of clients. Finding the best startup opportunities across Asia Pacific, through Singapore, to scale globally across the bank’s platform will be a key objective for the Lab. Similarly, Singapore’s addition to the platform will ensure that the innovation needs of the bank’s Asia Pacific businesses are plugged into its global innovation platform. Read more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQOBx
Our success has always been enabled by technology, but increasingly our future is dependent on the Engineers and Developers we are entrusting to build the bank’s platform for many years to come. Right now we are recruiting for the very best in software engineering talent to work in our CIB Technology teams, across global locations. Click below to find out more and apply: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQhgN…&nbsp;to find out more and to apply.
FinTechs are defining the direction, shape and pace of change across the financial services industry. David Watson, our Head of Digital Cash Products, explains how banks and fintechs are working together to drive innovation. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQJne If you’d like to join our CIB Technology team visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQJn4 to find out more and to apply.
What are you passionate about? Clarence, a Senior Analyst in Manila shares how he embraces his passion for mountaineering while pursuing his dream career. “It had always been a dream to work for a global institution like Deutsche Bank. So, after passing the board exam, I started my banking career and three years later, I joined the bank as a referral from a schoolmate. The good thing about our team and Deutsche Bank in general is that everyone supports each other’s interests. For me, mountaineering is a series of personal challenges – physically of course, but mentally and emotionally as well.”
Building trust through brand strategy. Read the interview with Deutsche Bank's Global Head of Brand Communications and CST, Lareena Hilton on our Positive Impact campaign: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQqqf
“What I notice most is the people – they give you opportunity and recognition even at a junior level, and I always feel like an important part of the team.” Make an impact on our business. Discover the graduate and internship opportunities available to you. To apply, visit: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQq2P
Digitalisation opens up a world of possibilities for corporates around the world. At the same time, cyber-criminals are starting to use this development for their own ends. Carsten Fischer, Head of Information Security Operations at Deutsche Bank, on the growing threat of cyber-crime and the importance of cyber security for companies around the world. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxI4
By 2020 there will be almost 31 billion devices connected to the internet. Imagine self-driving or connected cars transmitting information between each other, refrigerators reordering food or commercial drones delivering packages autonomously anywhere. The Internet of Things is growing but what does this mean for us? Find out in the latest installment of Digital Unplugged. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxEp
Tejal is a UI/UX designer at Deutsche Bank’s Pune office, and is excited about all the opportunities her role offers. “My role in the Governance Branding team for Wealth Management Technology gives me a platform to showcase my expertise. I work closely with several teams and have taken the opportunity to travel to meet them! I will continue to confront challenges and keep up the momentum to contribute to the progression of the business. I’m proud to be a part of an organisation that values individuals and enables me to strike a balance between personal and professional life!”
What is it like moving from Audit to Investment Banking? Senior Analyst, Yukiri in Manila has benefited from having a different background to her peers. 'Making the shift has enriched my career. I think my attention to detail from years spent in audit has helped with the skills required in my current role’. And what has been most difficult? Yukiri said, ‘I’m not a natural speaker. But through mentoring and support I’ve become more confident. Learning is part of my routine – the bank provides many opportunities for career progression’. For careers in Manila visit: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQrCF