Deutsche Bank Graduate Programme Risk 2023
Deutsche Bank Graduate Programme Risk 2023 (m/w/d)Business Division: Chief Risk Office Location:Frankfurt/Main, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Hameln, Bonn, Berlin, Hameln About Deutsche Bank:Deutsche Bank is the leading German bank with strong European roots and a global network. We’re driving growth through our strong client franchise. Against a backdrop of increasing globalization in the world economy, Deutsche Bank is very well-positioned, with significant regional diversification and substantial revenue streams from all the major regions of the world. We serve our clients’ real economic needs in commercial banking, investment banking, private banking and asset management. We are investing heavily in digital technologies, prioritizing long term success over short-term gains, and serving society with ambition and integrity. The Deutsche Bank Graduate Programme: Join Deutsche Bank and transform the world of banking. Our development programme will be transformative to you too, with a wealth of training, exposure to senior managers, fascinating projects, international teams and endless opportunities to gain the skills you need to innovate for the benefit of our clients and society as a whole. You’ll work alongside some of the industry’s top minds and build a network around you that that will help drive your career in the direction you want it to go in. We look for talented and driven candidates who will thrive in an inclusive culture where individuality defines your impact. If you want to develop the skills needed to build a thriving financial services career, Deutsche Bank is the place to discover your full potential. About the business division Deutsche Bank is exposed to a wide range of risks every day. Credit losses, volatility of market prices, operational failures, infrastructure outages, liquidity shortages, regulatory requirements and legal matters can all have an impact on the bank’s capital and reputation. It is the responsibility of the Chief Risk Office to identify, aggregate, manage and mitigate these risks.The Chief Risk Office does this through rigorous monitoring and measurement processes, framework of principles, close collaboration with the DB’s Business divisions and other infrastructure areas. Risk management continually evolves and adapts to keep pace with increasingly complex financial products and ever-changing market dynamics.To be successful in this environment requires a truly integrated approach of capital and risk management, a model embodied by the Chief Risk Office and the bank. This industry-leading platform is built on consolidated management of capital, funding and liquidity; comprehensive stress testing; and robust underwriting and monitoring standards. Division specifics about the graduate role During your twelve months as a graduate you will be an integral part of the team, gaining practical experience of key areas within the Chief Risk Office (CRO), benefiting from technical training and one-to-one mentoring. This combination of on and off-the-job learning will equip you with vital skills and enable you to make an important and immediate contribution to the CRO organisation.Working on our day-to-day business as well as on special projects, you will gain a broad overview of the CRO Division. Your graduate programme will be divided into rotations in different functions within CRO. You will use your analytical skills to prepare analysis to support risk management decisions, observe market developments, identify risks and their drivers, support the calculation of potential risk exposure and setting risk appetites, formulate solutions to mitigate the financial and non-financial risks the bank faces while ensuring an effective communication to senior management.The specific tasks you will be dealing with will depend on your role within the team, but the role will prepare you for a successful career at Deutsche Bank and the financial industry. You will learn from the best, evolve professionally as well as personally, and build a firm foundation upon which to specialise later.Areas in which you could work include various key functions within the CRO division, including Credit Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management or in a product related Risk function such as DB’s Private Bank CRO division including BHW Risk – with a focus on providing holistic risk oversight for the portfolio of business and locations within a region.” What we look for: We recruit students and graduates who are bright minded, intelligent, curious and adaptable with excellent interpersonal skill sets and strong academic records. Whilst you won’t necessarily need a formal mathematical or financial background, a focus on Business, Economics, Mathematics and Engineering in your studies would be preferable. You should not only be passionate about the world of finance, but also show a keen interest in Risk Management. You already have a record of academic achievement and you’re eager to go on learning at the same intensive rate. You’ll thrive on working in a highly collaborative and diverse culture with some of the best minds in banking and Risk Management. Please note that to apply for our 2023 Graduate Programme you must graduate in 2023 or have graduated in the last 12 months (ie in 2022).How to apply: Please visit DB careers to apply.