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The Annual Report includes an overview of Deutsche Bank, the Management Report and the bank’s audited consolidated financial statements. In addition, the bank publishes its Human Resources Report and Non-Financial Report.

Annual Report

The Annual Report 2019 includes an overview of Deutsche Bank, the management report with the compensation report, the bank’s audited consolidated financial statements, the corporate governance statement and supplementary information. Additional documents: Financial Data Supplement Q4/FY2019 and Annual Financial Statements and Management Report

Non-Financial Report

Human Resources Report

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We enable communities and economies to prosper

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Deutsche Bank’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) mission is to enable communities and economies to prosper. Our initiatives have a strategic focus on education, enterprise, and community, and we encourage our employees to underpin the bank’s citizenship activities whenever they can. This is how we create a positive impact on the communities we operate in.

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In the Community: Strengthening neighbourhoods

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Wherever we do business, we work to build stronger and more inclusive communities. We tackle issues like poverty, joblessness, homelessness, and forced migration. We also provide relief in emergencies and encourage forward thinking on emerging challenges. In India, we collaborate with Swades Foundation, and support a water harvesting initiative to revive 2,000 villages by providing access to drinking water and agricultural irrigation. Since 2016, the project has impacted nearly 39,000 villagers and provided 200 litres of potable tap water per day.

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Promoting equal opportunities

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We see gender diversity as a business imperative. The Management Board remains committed to increasing the representation of women in leadership positions. There has been an improvement every year at Managing Director and Director levels since 2010, when the Bank first externally communicated voluntary global gender diversity goals.

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Engage with potential employees on Social Media

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We aim to reach and engage with potential employees via their preferred platforms and channels, notably on social media. Our approach received external recognition at the 2019 TARGETjobs Awards, with our graduate campaign receiving the accolade as best social media strategy for graduate recruitment. Our Instagram channel was mentioned in Mashup Communications’ ranking of Financial Institutions in Germany.

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Our Plus You volunteering and giving community

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For more than 25 years, Deutsche Bank has engaged employees in its corporate citizenship. With a wide range of volunteering opportunities and giving schemes, employees can take time out to share their professional and life skills or offer hands-on support to local community projects. Staff spent a total of almost 220,000 hours doing volunteer work in the last year. The Charities of the Year programme in the UK supports small charities chosen by our employees for two years. In 2019, almost 2.1 million British pounds were raised for the Charities of the Year, Cure Leukaemia and Rays of Sunshine. Since 1999, Charities of the Year has raised 24.6 million British pounds for 26 charities. In 2020/21, Deutsche Bank will partner with Hospice UK for two years.

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Attracting Talent

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Graduate careers continue to be a critical pipeline of talent for us. They contribute to the bank’s change agenda by building a skill set that better aligns to the needs of the future workforce and clients and to the objective of diversifying the organisation. We hired 955 graduates this year, compared to 910 in 2018 and 617 in 2017.

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Supporting talent in competitive sports

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Deutsche Bank has been a partner of the German Sports Aid Foundation since 2001, and one of five national sponsors of the organisation since 2008. A cornerstone of the partnership is the Deutsche Bank Sports Scholarship introduced in 2012, which helps top collegiate athletes reconcile competitive sports with their studies and secure a second livelihood after their sports career. The bank provides 300 euros a month to up to 300 student athletes from all over Germany engaged in around 30 sports.
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Life changing: Our youth engagement programme

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Deutsche Bank believes in the power of education. That is why Born to Be supports efforts to enable children and young people to fulfill their potential. We raise their aspirations, help them develop their skills and improve their access to education and employment opportunities. In 2019, our Born to Be programs reached some 460,000 children and young people via 122 projects in 25 countries. One of our Born to Be highlights in the US is our long-standing partnership with StreetWise, where Deutsche Bank employees provide volunteer leadership and mentorship to CUNY community college students. With this and similar projects around the world, we have changed 4.7 million young lives since 2014.
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A family-friendly company

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We provide a range of benefits to help our employees manage professional and personal commitments and achieve a sustainable work-life balance. In a number of locations, a family-friendly parental leave framework has been established, without differentiating between fathers or mothers but instead following a gender-neutral approach.
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Fostering career mobilty

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In 2019, our employees have been encouraged to share their experiences with internal moves on an interactive internal platform. Career mobility continues to be a core focus for Deutsche Bank. We remain firmly committed to supporting staff in building their careers within the organisation – especially in light of the announced transformation plans impacting all parts of our organisation.
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Culture inspires

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Deutsche Bank's and the Berliner Philharmoniker's exclusive partnership of over 30 years is one of a kind in the world. As in every partnership, we share ambitions and passion for our causes. Outstanding performance coupled with commitment and innovation are unique attributes that make the Berliner Philharmoniker an ideal partner for Deutsche Bank. 

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Training our people

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We invested a total of 70 million euros in training our employees in 2019 - this means 800 euros per employee. To help our employees develop professionally and personally and advance their careers, we have made learning a key element of our people strategy at Deutsche Bank. We strive to create an engaging, personalised and varied learner experience accessible to all employees, at every stage of their career. 

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Proud of our diversity

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As globalization connects countries, economies and people, cultural diversity is a way of life at Deutsche Bank. We operate in 59 countries worldwide and have a workforce that includes 140 nationalities. We partner with a number of leading non-governmental organizations globally to deepen our understanding of the latest research and trends across diversity topics.

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Supporting businesses with social impact

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Our Made for Good enterprise programme supports pioneering enterprises that help drive positive change in society. Aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Global Goals Lab empowers early-stage social enterprises to develop their business plan, scale their offerings, access new networks, or tap sources of funding. Deutsche Bank employees provided 14,000 hours of pro-bono coaching. Due to the coronavirus pandemic the Impact Fund 2020 prize money of 35,000 euros was divided equally among the six nominated social enterprises that promote responsible consumption and climate action.

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Our global art programme

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Under the motto “ArtWorks,” Deutsche Bank has provided employees, customers, and the general public with access to contemporary art for 40 years. The heart of our art activities is the Deutsche Bank Collection, which is one of the world’s most renowned corporate collections and whose works are on view in the bank’s office buildings as well as at international exhibitions. The “Artist of the Year” award goes to a contemporary artist who has created an oeuvre that is artistically and socially relevant, integrating the media of paper and photography, the two main areas of focus of the Deutsche Bank Collection.

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