Staff

Growth through acquisitions


Maurice Robinson, Frankfurt (photo)

Deutsche Bank has a strong network culture. This brings employees together in such a global and complex organization. It is important for a cross-divisional exchange of ideas, enabling us to produce fast and efficient solutions for clients.

Maurice Robinson, registrar services GmbH, Frankfurt am Main Global Transaction Banking

Structural Data

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010

2009

2008

1

Staff (full-time equivalent) = total headcount adjusted proportionately for part-time staff, excluding apprentices and interns

2

Including Corporate Investments

3

Number of staff (headcount)

4

Excluding Deutsche Postbank

Staff (full-time equivalents)1

 

102,062

77,053

80,456

Divisions

Private Clients and Asset Management

51.5 %

39.7 %

40.5 %

 

Corporate & Investment Bank2

15.7 %

18.5 %

18.5 %

 

Infrastructure/Regional Management

32.8 %

41.8 %

41.0 %

Regions

Germany

48.3 %

35.5 %

34.7 %

 

Europe (excluding Germany), Middle East and Africa

23.3 %

28.6 %

28.7 %

 

Americas

11.0 %

14.5 %

15.3 %

 

Asia/Pacific

17.4 %

21.4 %

21.3 %

Qualifications3,4

University degree

63.9 %

63.5 %

64.0 %

 

High school certificate

15.5 %

19.1 %

17.3 %

 

Other school degrees

20.6 %

17.4 %

18.7 %

Age3,4

up to 24 years

7.6 %

8.4 %

9.9 %

 

25 – 34 years

34.1 %

35.0 %

35.5 %

 

35 – 44 years

32.7 %

32.2 %

31.7 %

 

45 – 54 years

19.9 %

19.0 %

17.9 %

 

over 54 years

5.8 %

5.4 %

5.0 %

 

 

 

 

 

Key Figures4

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010

2009

2008

Employee Commitment Index

74

77

74

Employees leaving the bank for a new job

6.6 %

4.8 %

7.3 %

Training (expenses in € million)

95

86

114

Apprenticeship programs (expenses in € million)

41

41

41

 

 

 

 

 

Special Projects

 

 

 

 

dbAGILE

Group Executive Committee-sponsored initiative fostering the individual development of 60 senior managers over the medium term.

Check-up 40+

8,700 employees have already taken part in this comprehensive health-check program available free of charge to all staff in Germany aged 40 and above. Similar programs exist in other countries.

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