Our goal is simple – to make our clients’ money grow. As an Intern, you’ll learn the meaning of long-term global investing, which applies to both our outlook on financial products and the duration of client relationships. You’ll see how we utilize investment theory, quantitative tools and research to assemble compelling solutions. You may even help specialists provide investment strategies for some of the world’s biggest investors. Together, we’ll grow the assets of world-leading businesses, institutional investors and private individuals.
It all starts with an introduction to the world of Deutsche Bank and the technical and soft-skills you’ll need to make an impact. Your training will continue throughout the summer as you work on live projects, learning first-hand how we deliver for our clients. Merging classroom and on-the-job training, you’ll see how we collaborate with investment specialists and external product partners to provide clients with innovative opportunities and advice. Throughout your time with us, you’ll network widely with your exceptionally talented colleagues through events ranging from community action teamwork days to a speaker series held by our thought leaders. And because our internships are a rich source of talent for our Global Analyst Training Program, this could be an opportunity to launch a career with us.
You’ll support experienced professionals who develop products and manage high-value portfolios. During your time with us, you’ll rotate through areas of Asset & Wealth Management, giving you exposure to the variety of product and coverage roles available. Roles include Product Specialists, who develop investment products and uncover new investment opportunities, Relationship Managers, who build a deep understanding of individual client finances, our products and the markets, and Research Analysts, who identify companies and sectors that might suit client investment needs. Wherever you join us, you’ll develop a range of skills from conducting in-depth company research through to presenting findings to important stakeholders.
Skills you'll need
To succeed in Asset & Wealth Management, you’ll need strong analytical abilities and a real interest in capital markets, investments and credit. Just as vital are the relationship-building skills that make long-term investing fruitful. Commitment to each client, on a personal and professional level, is crucial. The abilities to innovate, think creatively and make sound decisions, even under pressure, are also imperative. Finally, you’ll also need to have the potential to grow into a leadership role. These skills can be found in those studying a range of disciplines, but Accounting, Business, Economics, Engineering, Finance, and Mathematics are the most common degree types.