Deutsche Bank is a legendary Wall Street firm with inclusion at its heart. It’s part of the elite investment banking bulge bracket and has a long track record of working on the world’s most transformative deals. Based in Germany, DB is also known for its inclusive culture and focus on building the careers of LGBTQ+ individuals, people of color, refugees, and women.
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About the Company
Deutsche Bank has a global footprint, with particular strength in Europe and its homeland of Germany. With roots that date back to 1870, Deutsche Bank made its first major bank acquisition outside of Germany in 1986, purchasing Banca d'America e d'Italia. Subsequent acquisitions included the Morgan Grenfell Group (1989), the U.S. firm Bankers Trust (1999), the U.S. asset manager Scudder Investments (2002), the Swiss private bank Rued Blass & Cie (2003), and the Russian investment bank United Financial Group (2006).
Today, Deutsche Bank's international presence encompasses retail banking branches, corporate and investment banking, and asset management. It's made up of three main divisions: corporate and investment bank, private clients and asset management, and corporate i...