Janagran is keeping his finger on the pulse of change
Change means: breaking new ground
Change means: knowing and implementing rules and requirements
Change means: delivering innovative projects for customers
Although Janagran became more familiar with portfolio management from a middle office perspective during his time at the Risk Center, he wanted to widen his experience of banking so he could play an active role in unlocking the bank’s potential for innovation.
Jangaran is interested in renewable energy and heard about a vacancy in the Loan Operations/Portfolio Management team. On a visit to Frankfurt he arranged to meet and then impressed the manager and joined the Corporate and Investment Bank’s Chief Operation Office. There he supported his colleagues in structured finance by managing contracts and monitoring loans for infrastructure and energy projects such as wind farms and solar energy plants as well as airports in Germany, Europe and America. He actively helped the bank to bring about social change in this role for almost three years.
Change means: digital transformation
Change means: sustainability
For the past year, Janagran has taken on a new role that brings together all of his six years’ experience within the bank. The Group Audit team not only analyses processes and procedures but also identifies areas where errors may arise and tests innovative technologies to see how they protect and secure client data.
As Janagran’s professional life has flourished, so has his personal life. He has started a family and bought a house near Frankfurt. When his son Vhishva was born, he was able to take four weeks off work without any problems.
“I’m proud to work for Deutsche Bank. It offers fantastic opportunities if you want to make a difference and achieve something in the long run.”