- Graduate Guide
Company: Deutsche Bank
Imagine if you recently left Goldman Sachs or Citi to join Deutsche Bank....
If anyone has the experience to steer Deutsche Bank through this storm, it is John Cryan.
There's a reason investment banks attract so many applications.
Whenever a financial services organisation talks about expansion within the UK outside of London, it’s invariably associated with ‘nearshoring’, shared services or some other method of cutting costs.
J.P. Morgan has a method for stopping obnoxious people progressing too far.
Managing directors at Deutsche Bank are standing firm during this period of "victimization." Junior and mid-ranking staff are eyeing the exits.
Morning Coffee: This may be the end of Deutsche Bank as you know it. The archetypal upper-middle class banker
Something fundamental has changed for Deutsche Bank. Suddenly, the bank has become an economic and political rather than just a financial issue
Deutsche Bank's plummeting share price isn't just a capital problem.
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Senior fixed income salespeople can step aside: a new breed of esteemed banker is taking their place as the victims of sudden retirement.
Forget Deutsche Bank's DOJ travails, this is where the German bank suggests you should be working now.