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Corporate Citizenship

Enabling communities and economies to prosper

As a responsible global corporate citizen, Deutsche Bank acts to enable communities and economies to prosper. Deutsche Bank has a long-standing track record as a corporate citizen that dates back to the early 20th century and which is based on the firm belief that our responsibility extends beyond our core business. The ever-increasing pace of change is putting pressure on the world’s resources, but, at the same time, it is increasing the possibilities for progress and for opening up new ways to address issues such as poverty, inequality, and disadvantage. We view our corporate citizenship as an investment in society and in the future success of our company.

In Asia, our corporate citizenship programmes are managed through the Deutsche Bank Asia Foundation (DBAF). Working in partnership with non-profit organisations, governments and expert project facilitators, DBAF aims to identify community issues of greatest need which require funding.

Together, Deutsche Bank’s Born to Be, In the Community, Made for Good and Plus You programmes form a powerful corporate citizenship strategy, helping to equip businesses and people (especially the marginalised and the disadvantaged) with the knowledge, skills and opportunities they need to prosper.

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Last Update: June 21, 2018
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