Deutsche Bank is here to enable economic growth and societal progress through its positive impact
Deutsche Bank is the leading German bank with strong European roots and a global network. The bank focuses on its strengths in a Corporate Bank newly created in 2019, a leading Private Bank, a focused investment bank and in asset management.
Financial products and services Business
Deutsche Bank provides financial services to companies, governments, institutional investors, small and medium-sized businesses and private individuals.
Deutsche Bank was founded in 1870 to accompany German businesses into the world, and has worked across borders ever since.
Products and services
Deutsche Bank’s set-up includes four divisions that are well-positioned to grow:
- a leading European Corporate Bank based in Europe’s largest economy,
- the Investment Bank focussing on its traditional strengths in financing, advisory, fixed income and currencies. It continues to provide strategic advice to corporate clients including a focused equity capital markets business,
- the Private Bank focussing on private customers across all segments as well as business clients. It will build on its position as market leader in Germany, as a focused bank in Europe and a highly competitive wealth manager,
- the asset manager DWS continues to pursue its objective of becoming one of the top-10 asset managers globally by investing in growth areas and playing an active role in the consolidation of the asset management industry.
We aim to do business in a responsible and sustainable way that has positive impact. We support education, enterprise and communities through our corporate social responsibility. We’re proud that many of our employees take part in civic engagement. We believe art and culture should be open to all. We support young sporting talent too.
Global network Global network
Deutsche Bank has established strong bases in all major emerging markets, and therefore has good prospects for business growth in fast-growing economies, including the Asia Pacific region, Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America.
In Europe, Deutsche Bank is well placed to benefit from the aforementioned resilient conditions in its home market, Germany, and from continued strong levels of corporate activity in the euro zone.
Boards and committees
The Deutsche Bank boards and committees consist of the Management Board, the Supervisory Board and the Committees of the Supervisory Board.