Join our Global Analyst Training Program and you’ll develop the skills and experience you need to embark on a long-term career. You’ll see how we utilize investment theory, quantitative tools and research to deliver solutions – as you work for one of the world’s largest asset and wealth management businesses. Plus, you’ll be partnering with experienced professionals who develop products and manage high-value portfolios. Together, we’ll grow the assets of world-leading businesses, institutional investors and private individuals.
It all begins with our Global Induction Program, where you’ll have the chance to network in one location with fellow graduates from around the world. Our senior leaders will share their vision for Deutsche Bank with you, and then you’ll receive a comprehensive introduction to our Asset & Wealth Management (AWM) business. This introduction will include courses on areas such as fixed income, equity, foreign exchange, commodities, emerging markets, alternative investments and hedge funds. Through a dynamic, interactive and hands-on approach, we’ll provide you with some of the best technical and soft skills training available. This training will help you have an immediate impact, doing what Deutsche Bank does best - providing real innovation and creative solutions for our clients.
You’ll gain broad exposure through rotations across four areas of our business. Roles include Product Specialists, who develop investment products and uncover new investment opportunities, Relationship Managers, who build a deep understanding of individual client finances, products and markets, and Research Analysts, who identify companies and sectors which might suit client investment needs. Wherever you join us though, you’ll enjoy global exposure and benefit from a continuous training program that few other banks offer. At the end of the program, you’ll have mastered a range of skills, including performing in-depth company research, driving relationships with company management, building financial valuation models and identifying trends in client investment needs.
Skills you'll need
To succeed in AWM, you’ll need strong analytical abilities and an interest in capital markets, investments and credit. Just as vital are relationship-building skills and the abilities to innovate, think creatively and make sound decisions, even under pressure. Finally, you’ll need the potential to grow into a leadership role. These skills can be found in those studying a range of degree disciplines, but Accounting, Business Economics, Engineering and Mathematics are particularly relevant.