Tackling key social challenges
Deutsche Bank believes that our responsibility extends beyond our core business. Therefore, we invest in the societies in which we operate – and thus in our own future. We build social capital by enabling talent, promoting equal opportunity and driving social change. In keeping with our corporate culture, our employees actively support a vast number of community projects around the world.
In 2013, more than 2 million people benefitted from our corporate citizenship initiatives. And more than 19,500 employees shared their time and expertise to support 2,900 projects and non-profit organizations as corporate volunteers.
Deutsche Bank’s corporate responsibility is brought to life in its regional units and endowed foundations. Their initiatives ensure that social capital is built in all regions in which the bank operates.
- Fondazione Deutsche Bank Italia
- Deutsche Bank Foundation
- Corporate Citizenship UK
- Deutsche Bank Middle East Foundation
- Transatlantic Outreach Program (TOP)
- Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
- Deutsche Bank Asia Foundation
- Deutsche Bank South Africa Foundation
- Historical Association of Deutsche Bank
- Deutsche Bank Donation Fund
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