Social Investments - Creating opportunity

Deutsche Bank’s strategy for alleviating poverty extends beyond philanthropy to include innovations in socially responsible investing that widen the scope of its programs and deepen the impact that can be made on the disenfranchised. The Bank leverages both the strength of its balance sheet and the power of its human capital to work with communities all over the world, providing their individuals with the tools necessary to lead a self-supporting life.
Program Areas

U.S. Community Development

Deutsche Bank uses its capabilities as a global investment bank to create economic opportunities in distressed communities. Through its $400 million portfolio of community development loans and investments, the Bank helps to finance quality affordable housing, homeownership ... more


With more than half of the world’s population living on less than two dollars a day, there is an urgent need to alleviate poverty. Microfinance is a business approach to helping the poor build their way out of poverty, by providing the poor access to financial services, namely credit and a safe place ... more

Social Venture Funds

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation’s New Initiatives Fund (NIF) provides flexible financing that serves the needs of poor and disadvantaged communities within the United States and throughout the developing world. NIF fuels the community development projects and ambitions of a new ... more


See how Deutsche Bank has deployed $2.5 billion in capital to social enterprises and projects throughout the Americas and the world.
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Last Update: Oktober 24, 2014
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