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.

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More than 1,900 Deutsche Bank employees are actively engaged in reforestation.

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