Deutsche Bank is the first foreign bank where Italian students wish to work according to Universum annual survey.
The survey was submitted to over 31.000 students from the 39 best Italian universities and business schools. Deutsche Bank ranked as first international bank after Italian leading banks Intesa and Unicredit.
The general ranking of 100 top Italian companies positioned Deutsche Bank at n° 11, from n° 14 in 2014.
Deutsche Bank has been named the Best Foreign Bank in Italy in the 2015 MF-Milano Finanza Global Awards. This is the second consecutive year that the Bank has received the business newspaper's "Guido Carli Award".
The award recognises the Bank's successful operations in Italy, where retail products and services are provided at 650 locations across the country. The Bank is also the No.1 foreign asset manager by net inflows in Italy and is one of the leading investment banks.
Deutsche Bank has been recognised as Italy's most attractive financial services employer for career progression for the second time in three years, according to a survey by Randstad, the multinational human resources consulting firm.
The Bank was voted most attractive for career progression opportunities in a poll of 9,000 potential employees in Italy in 2015, following its success in the same category in 20132014.
Deutsche Bank resulted the first player in the financial industry for its wide offer and customer service.
The analysis ranked 12 banks in Italy with an online survey on about 1.000 respondents.