Reports

The Annual Report includes an overview of Deutsche Bank, the Management Report and the bank’s audited consolidated financial statements for the financial year 2017. In addition, the bank published its 2017 Human Resources Report and Non-Financial Report.

Annual Report

Human Resources Report

Non-Financial Report

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Born to Be – our youth engagement programme

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Our global Born to Be youth engagement programme is designed to prepare young people as the workforce of tomorrow and help them reach their full potential. Our initiatives build aspirations among children and youths, teach new skills, and provide an open path to educational and employment opportunities. We are well on track with our target to have a positive impact on 5 million young people´s lives by 2020. 

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Made for Good – the Deutsche Bank enterprise programme for social good

With our Made for Good programme we support innovative businesses that tackle urgent social and environmental challenges. The startups and early-stage social businesses benefit not only from business advice, mentoring and training, but also from improved access to networks and funding. Deutsche Bank´s Made for Good programme had an impact on the lives of more than 215,000 beneficiaries in 2017.


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Building stronger and more inclusive communities

 Building stronger and more inclusive communities

We help build stronger and more inclusive communities by helping disadvantaged people help themselves, contributing to the revitalisation of distressed areas and making cultural programmes available to all. Through our investments, donations, and volunteering in 25 countries, we tackle issues like poverty, forced migration, unemployment, homelessness and provide relief in the event of natural and human disasters. 

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Plus You – our volunteering and giving community

plus you our volunteering and giving community

We encourage our employees to support the bank’s citizenship initiatives where they can. As part of our volunteering and giving community, last year 22% of Deutsche Bank employees volunteered over 235,700 hours of their time to support our education, enterprise and community projects ‒ a 26% increase over 2016. A big thank you to all volunteers for your outstanding commitment to so many valuable causes!

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Our employees are open to changing roles

We seek to enable employees to change roles both within and across divisions. Cross-divisional mobility has been a particular focus, as it allows the development of employees with broad and deep multi-divisional and functional skills and ensures the bank´s access to this talent for critical and senior appointments. Overall, 10,479 employees, or 12.3% of our workforce, changed jobs within the organization in 2017.

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Proud of our diversity

As globalisation has connected countries, economies, and people, cultural diversity is the norm. Deutsche Bank operates in more than 60 countries worldwide and has a workforce that includes 149 nationalities. Global demographic shifts highlight the importance of multicultural inclusion. The bank is proud to have a workforce representing a multitude of citizenships and national identities.

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Hundreds of thousands follow Deutsche Bank’s careers channels

The bank saw 19% growth year-on-year in followers for its careers social media channels ‒ to 878,609 as of December 31, 2017. The bank publishes more than 50 content items per month, primarily focusing on people stories.

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STEM profiles in high demand

Underlining the need for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) profiles across all businesses of Deutsche Bank, 40% of the entire 2017 class has a STEM degree – and 30% of the bank´s graduate intake was into technology roles.

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Advancing women in senior positions

Deutsche Bank continued its efforts to advance women in the workplace throughout 2017. The percentage of women on the Supervisory Board stood at 35% at the end of the year, above the statutory requirement of 30% for listed and co-determined German companies under gender quota legislation introduced in 2015.

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Promoting equal opportunities

In 2011, Deutsche Bank signed a voluntary declaration to substantially raise the proportion of all female managers globally by the end of 2018. As of year-end 2017, the percentage of female Managing Directors and Directors stood at 21.9%. Since 2011, the number of women at this level has increased by 14.8%.

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Deutsche Bank’s capital position

We further improved our financial strength with the successful 8 billion euro rights offering. Our fully loaded Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio increased from 11.8 to 14% over the course of the year; this has placed us among the leading group of large international banks.

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Net new money in DWS

Our clients worldwide entrusted a net 16 billion euros of new money to DWS. In our home market, we remain the undisputed No.1 with a market share of about 27% in new business. 

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