Deutsche Bank sponsored profile
A graduate career to look forward to
As the leading global bank with roots in Germany, Deutsche Bank is proud to drive change and innovation in the industry. We need original, collaborative, passionate minds who are ready to grow their careers and share their ideas to help us continue to evolve.
Today’s financial services world is broader than ever, and nowhere is that clearer than here at Deutsche Bank. But whether you join us in investment banking, trading, technology or in another of our many areas, you'll discover a structured, ongoing training programme that'll support your continuous development. Working alongside the best minds in the business, you'll start shaping your future from day one, before taking on increasing responsibility and delivering work that’s of real value to our business. We’ll always encourage you to think for yourself, ask questions and share your ideas – and you can be confident your voice will be heard.
We welcome high-achieving graduates from all disciplines. And if you're full of imagination, enjoy solving problems and respond positively to challenges, you could soon be making a real impact on our business as well as your future.
If you’re ready to grow your potential and make your mark on an exciting, evolving business, discover a career to look forward to at db.com/careers
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At a glance
What you need to know about Deutsche Bank
You can grow
Throughout your career, we’ll support your ideas and provide advice and training. We’ll also give you the chance to prove yourself, as well as challenging work that develops your abilities. We’re nimble, alert, fast-moving, active, flexible and open-minded. We’re also, unlike most, unafraid of change and evolution – in fact, we welcome it. In short, we’re ‘agile’. This means we can offer you a stimulating environment with a real chance to challenge the status quo.
You can be an individual
Yes, we share the same characteristics and behaviours – passion, intelligence and open-mindedness. But we’re not all clones of each other. And, no, we’re not all German (or American, for that matter). In fact, you could call us the United Nations of Banking. Our competitive advantage is gained by bringing together people with different perspectives, experiences and ideas. We recognise the value in being defined not by one point of view, one type of person or one set of beliefs – but by many. It keeps us alert, allows us to look beyond the obvious and embrace and adapt to change. Ultimately, we’re all individuals but we’re united to make a better bank. One that nurtures the talent and contribution of each of our employees, that embraces the individuality of our people and rewards them based on their contribution.
We’re a big bank but it’s the individuals that make the difference
Unlike some of our competitors, Deutsche Bank has a friendly culture. We’re open, approachable and embracing. Not closed, corporate or staid. People are friendly and make time for each other. Supporting and asking questions of each other is an inherent part of how we work. You’re an individual at Deutsche Bank, not a member of the ranks.
Share your ideas and you’ll share in our success
Here at Deutsche Bank, we’re still growing and competing to be the leading global provider of financial solutions. If we’re to achieve our mission, we need to be inventive, think differently to our competitors and set new precedents. We need people who don’t just think through a problem, but who think around it, above it, below it, and either side of it. And aren’t satisfied until they’ve found the right solution – however big or small it may be. And in the same way that ideas cannot be successful if they are not shared, so individuals cannot really excel unless encouraged to get involved. That’s why we foster a friendly culture where everyone is encouraged to think of solutions, share their ideas and act on them together.
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