I joined Deutsche Bank in March 2010 after obtaining my diploma in Business Administration from the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. During my studies I spent a year in Santiago de Chile. As members of my family have lived in Chile, it was interesting to get to know the country and its culture.
My stay in Chile was not my first experience of living and working outside of Germany. I completed my civil service in Volterra, Tuscany, to learn about Italian culture and improve my language skills. Inspired by those experiences, I wanted to work in an international environment.
I decided on a career in consulting after my experiences as an intern with consulting companies in Munich and Düsseldorf, and as the leader of my university’s student consultancy.
Inhouse Consulting perfectly combines the work of a management consultant with opportunities to gain insights into the various divisions of Deutsche Bank. I was attracted to Deutsche by its unique and international company culture, market position and the complex strategic challenges it faces as a global bank.
From my first recruiting interview I was impressed by the open-minded and friendly atmosphere within the Inhouse Consulting team. Of course, we challenge each other’s ideas and have intense discussions, but we also remain colleagues and give each other support when it is needed.