Vice President, Exposure Management Group (Current Employee) – London – 29 April 2018
- Good place to work and learn in a competitive environment - Salary/compensation and work pressure though depend on the role - The work environment is quite competitive though like in any big organization people work in silos (atleast in some instances)
Business Change Analyst (Current Employee) – Birmingham – 8 April 2018
Disappointing work life balance Various advancement opportunities to relocate to any DB location worldwide Poor salary compared to competitors Hard to get approval for external qualification Support and push from management for promotions
Solution Architect (Current Employee) – London – 3 April 2018
Very good graduate programme. Lots of development opportunities during grads programme.. Opportunities to work with teams globally. Too much Legacy technologies. Difficult to be promoted when be there for long time.. Too much politics.
Vice President (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 27 March 2018
Deutsche offers a world of opportunity to develop and expand your career in either your current area of expertise or by the utilising internal mobility into a new area. There is strong emphasis on the values and beliefs of the bank, these include client centricity and integrity, and this is seen throughout all areas and levels of the Bank. It is fast paced and demanding but there is also a lot of encouragement for self development via a range of training schemes. It is however a difficult time for Deutsche Bank and strategic decisions have been made which have, and will continue to result in, job losses which has had a detrimental effect on morale.
KYC/AML Analyst (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 16 February 2018
Productive Informative Hectic Sometimes disorganised in important areas Good managers Workplace culture predominantly good but certain individuals only looking to better themselves individually and also at the expense of others.
FO Client Account Administrator (Former Employee) – London City – 4 February 2018
I worked in a small yet very productive busy team. There were very tight deadlines and high volumes as we were dealing with lots of Client queries, requests and reporting. I am lucky to have had the opportunity to work within this sector of the Bank.
Internship (Former Employee) – London – 28 January 2018
I only spent six weeks with the events team at Deutsche Bank as I was there to assist with one of their bigger events. Deutsche are the main sponsor for the Frieze Art Fair and provide a VIP lounge on site for their guests. While working with the team I was to provide support in any way necessary to enable a smooth and organised event for the Deutsche guests to attend. This included such things as putting together promotional packs and ticket packs, collating all of the guests personal details and ensuring that all guests and staff had the relevant passes. I was offered support where needed and given the freedom to work on other projects were I required to help. Whilst at Deutsche I was given the opportunity to visit possible locations for Clients to stay or dine at to deem if they were suitable. The hardest part was that as an intern I was there for one specific reason, when I was not needed on my project or had completed my work I found that tasks to fill my time were hard to come by. Working on the Frieze Art Fair was thoroughly enjoyable and allowed a glimpse into an alien world that would have otherwise been difficult to see and to learn from a fast paced work environment.