Grads can make a difference at Deutsche BankNews
A supportive and friendly culture at Deutsche Bank means graduates can make a difference to the global organisation.
Deutsche Bank is a leading force in global banking and a prestigious graduate employer. Despite being a large international bank, graduates are given chance to make a positive change within the organisation. Two graduates at the company, who joined on the Graduate Programme, say it's a combination of a supportive work culture and great training.
Charlotte works as an Associate in Corporate Banking and Securities in Deutsche Bank's London office. She says she's always been told she can make a difference.
"I think it is instilled in you from the graduate programme that you have the capacity to make a difference. You can work hard to senior positions and it makes you want to work hard and succeed."
The training as part of the graduate programme has been really encouraging for Charlotte.
"The training was excellent and I learnt so much in those few weeks compared to what I learnt over three years at university," she says. "I gained lots of new skills, most notably the financial and product knowledge which I picked up from the graduate training and from working at my desk."
Rob, an Analyst for Deutsche Bank's Technology arm in Birmingham, says an open management structure has played a big part in his development.
"The main thing that surprised me was how flat the structure is – I get a lot of exposure to senior management despite being very junior."
"At my office, you have a whole microcosm of the Bank under one roof. A number of friends had recommended Deutsche Bank – they said that of all the banks, they had the best culture. The Bank has given me lots of development opportunities and plenty of responsibility."
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