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From paying with smartphones to automating transactions, the pace of change in our business and the evolving demands of clients and customers are driving huge technological and operational advances in the banking industry. Joining Technology as a graduate or intern, you have the opportunity to be a part of a vital pillar of the Bank which is transforming the way we do business.
Technology in focus
Across the globe, our people work in established financial centres such as London, New York, Frankfurt and Singapore, as well as specialist development and operations centres in locations including Bucharest, Moscow, Pune, Dublin and Cary, NC. We move over EUR 1.6 trillion across the Bank’s platforms, by building and supporting the technology used on our trading desks that enable millions of banking transactions, share trades and emails every day.
Over the next few years, we are focused on modernising and simplifying the Bank’s technology – outsourcing infrastructure in a multibillion dollar deal with Hewlett-Packard, while bringing the development of critical software applications back in house. A key goal is to improve efficiency, productivity and competitiveness by building a more digital bank and controlling the intellectual property that enables us to deliver to our clients.
An environment of constant innovation
Looking to the future, data analytics and data mining will play an ever-increasing role, helping us to better understand our customers, optimise our services and make us more competitive.
To ensure we identify emerging technologies and increase adoption of new and innovative technical solutions , we will work with start-ups and academic institutions through the Deutsche Bank labs in Berlin, Silicon Valley and London. Our aim is to evaluate over 500 ideas a year. These could be infrastructure technologies, analytics technologies, digital authentication or security – any innovation that benefits our businesses or infrastructure. The Bank plans to spend up to EUR 1 billion on digital initiatives over the next five years.