Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is a global investment bank. They commit to a culture that aligns risks and rewards, attracts and develops talented individuals, fosters teamwork and partnership and is sensitive to the society in which they operate.

Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
The Senior Sourcing Manager is accountable for delivering the sourcing vision and strategy to meet Divisional business goals and client needs for a specified portfolio of complex sourcing interactions for Buildings & Leases, Facilities Management and Document Services categories. These include, Construction, Building Transactions, Architects & Engineering, Maintenance & Cleaning, Utilities, Project Management, Postage and Mail   You will translate the strategy into objectives and plans for implementation to deliver best-in-class strategic sourcing and category management. The focus is on developing deeper commercial and cost discipline capability within the Bank, determining future opportunities to drive new behaviours in the business.   Accountability for championing and implementing the strategic sourcing process to deliver significant cost reductions by executing at scale strategic sourcing initiatives which leverage emerging market development to change service and cost dynamics.     Key Responsibilities:   Leads the execution and supports the development of Category-based sourcing processes for assessing and fulfilling current and future sourcing needs. Manages complex sourcing deals, driving the supplier selection and negotiation process for key sourcing events. Guides the execution of strategy for all Tier 2 and 3 category spend Leads the development of annual and medium-term strategic plans, in collaboration with clients and colleagues, for all new sourcing projects, ensuring savings are built into budgets and the annual operating plan. Identifies specific sourcing projects/initiatives for the year including expected savings, resource requirements and associated timescales for completion. Ensures clear alignment between sourcing objectives and client’s short and longer term interests. Focuses on rationalising the vendor base whilst fostering supplier development through supporting a world class internal vendor management capability Executes strategies to extract supply-side savings and manage demand-side consumption in order to lower the Bank’s Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for external spend as it relates to the specified category Develops strong, productive working relationships with clients at a senior level. Builds and maintains a robust understanding of the client’s business strategy, key drivers and current issues to inform the development of product/service implementation strategies that will meet client needs, and which reflect external market trends, competition considerations, macro-economic factors and Deutsche Bank strategic direction Leads the implementation of innovative business change solutions, including Deutsche Bank wide initiatives. Plays an active role in new product/service development, process and performance improvement initiatives, to deliver industrialised solutions and client optionality. Reinforces the ‘Voice of the Customer (VOC)’ within the Division, conveying the key drivers and issues that impact client groups, and recommends solutions Actively manages sourcing performance, both self-delivered and through Sourcing Managers, against agreed financial and non-financial targets. Drives implementation of sourcing strategies to secure TCO reductions in line with forecasts and ensures sourcing-driven impacts are reflected in business unit operating budgets Collaborates with Service Delivery Management and Vendor & Performance Management to review the performance of strategic partners and local vendors. Works with the wider team to identify and execute continuous improvement initiatives that deliver both incremental and step change in performance   Skills & Qualifications:   Extensive experience in managing sourcing projects in a Real Estate & Facility Services-related categories Experience in playing a leadership role in complex sourcing projects, commercial negotiations, and managing senior internal and external stakeholder relationships Successful, multi-year track record in a sourcing or a vendor management organisation Experience working in the Financial Services industry Strong team leader and team player, able to work in virtual, global teams in a dual reporting matrix organisation Excellent relationship management, analytical, problem solving, financial management, strategic agility, communication, influencing and presentation skills Excellent communication skills, fluent in English (written and verbal), other language skills welcome Strong business planning skills Knowledge of London Real Estate market Exposure to a broad range of client groups and business challenges. Willing to take the tough decisions Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.
Deutsche Bank Manila, Philippines
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
 Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) operates as a shared service center for Finance, Global Business Services and IT. A wholly owned subsidiary* of the Deutsche Bank Group, operating out of the Phillipinnes, DKS provides accounting, reporting, profit and loss, cost, reconciliation, MIS, risk control, information technology and operations services (including confirmations and settlements) to internal businesses worldwide.   Position Overview   Roles & Responsibilities •Primarily matches cash payments received by GIU supported entities against Intercompany invoices •Monitors Outstanding Invoices and assures timely settlement •Perform Management Review Process for Centrally owned accounts. Additional Responsibilities: Assist the GIU Central team in other tasks such as MRP, Funding, Settlements and Dunning, Projects Requirements •Cash Reconciliation •Intercompany Transactions •Balance Sheet reporting •SAP system •Excel worksheets •Knowledge on Macros a plus Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. 
Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Legal The mission of the Legal department is to ensure that legal services are provided to Deutsche Bank with the goals of protecting the integrity and reputation of the Bank; managing legal risk to make transactions viable and safe and partnering with Risk, Compliance, Audit and others to provide a proactive integrated risk management approach.   Position Overview   Job title: Legal Counsel Corporate title: Vice President Division: Legal Location: London Overview: You will be joining the Asset Management and Wealth Management legal team, supporting the Asset Management business of the Bank, with a particular emphasis on Alternatives. Your primary focus will be to provide legal support for the Alternatives business, with scope to expand your skills through involvement in other projects supporting the broader Deutsche Asset Management business. Deutsche Asset Management offers individuals and institutions traditional and alternative investment solutions across all major asset classes.  With over EUR 700 billion of assets under management (as of June 2016), Deutsche Asset Management is one of the world’s leading investment management organisations and one of the three largest investment managers in Europe. Key Responsibilities:  Providing legal support for the Alternatives business – in particular, private equity, real estate and infrastructure Overseeing the establishment of new alternatives funds and managed accounts Instructing, managing and liaising with external counsel Reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of alternatives funds documents Overseeing acquisitions and disposals by the funds Troubleshooting, including dealing with investor defaults, restructuring, disputes and other legal and commercial issues Advising the business in relation to regulatory change which may impact the business or the relevant funds and assisting in the implementation of the same Negotiating with Investors and other service providers Supporting initiatives within the Alternatives and wider Asset Management business Advising the business teams on the distribution and marketing of alternative investment funds Advising on corporate governance and other regulatory developments Skills & Qualifications: A solicitor with a strong post-qualification experience. Knowledge of the current regulatory regime relating to alternative funds (for example AIFMD and Volcker) A strong knowledge of alternatives funds, in particular private equity, real estate and infrastructure close-ended funds An awareness of regulatory change in the alternatives funds space Ability to work in a dynamic international environment with the ability to relate to different business perspectives and approaches to issues arising Good organisational and project management skills A thoughtful and practical approach to problem solving Experience managing external counsel, including agreeing fee estimates and scope of assignments Excellent verbal and written communication skills Good commercial sense A team-player Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.     
Deutsche Bank Birmingham, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Operations Our Operations group provides support for all of Deutsche Bank’s businesses to enable them to deliver operational transactions and processes to clients.  Our people work in established global financial centres such as London, New York, Frankfurt and Singapore, as well as specialist development and operations centres in locations including Bucharest, Moscow, Pune, Dublin and Cary. We move over EUR 1.6 trillion across the Bank’s platforms, support thousands of trading desks and enable millions of banking transactions, share trades and emails every day. Our goal is to deliver world-class client service at exceptional value to internal partners and clients. A dynamic and diverse division, our objective is to make sure that all our services are executed in a timely and professional manner, that risk is minimised and that the client experience is positive. We are proud of the professionalism of our people, and the service they deliver. In return, we offer career development opportunities to foster skills and talent. We work across a wide range of product groups, including derivatives, securities, global finance and foreign exchange, cash and trade loans and trust and securities services as well as cross-product functions.   Position Overview     Job title: Divisional Risk and Control Analyst - Chief Business Information Security Officer (BISO) Delegate Corporate title: Senior Analyst Division: Operations Location: Birmingham Overview: The Divisional Control and Regulatory Office (DCRO), has prime responsibility for managing and proactively mitigating risk across the Chief Operating Office (COO) organisation. The Chief Business Information Security Officer (BISO) team has the ultimate responsibility for the operational aspects of ensuring the compliance with the information security principles within COO Operations. The team also acts as the governance lead for Information Security management and are the primary contact for information security relevant matters within COO Operations globally. As the Chief BISO Delegate you will be responsible for supporting the delivery of the risk and control policies and initiatives for COO Operations. This includes participation in risk and control activities, investigating violations, data leakage incidents, client confidentiality breaches, trend analysis and reporting, recertification cycles, incident research, remediation and other ‘ad hoc’ control initiatives and projects. You will work closely with teams in and out of the division to understand risks impacting the group.   Key responsibilities: Supports the Chief BISO team in implementing an appropriate Information Security Management System (ISMS) for COO Operations business division. Ensures appropriate documentation of applied methodologies, processes, activities regarding management of Information Security.  This should include identified and assessed risks as well as risk mitigation measures. Ensures appropriate Segregation of Duty (SoD) rules are implemented/recertified for all critical applications and represents Chief BISO at lead Chief Information Security Office (CISO) SoD governance forums on such topics. Manages and delivers Information security projects mandated by CISO and business where applicable. Ensures appropriate Information Security exception management and approvals for COO Operations. Act as mediator and subject matter expert for business and IT management on information security topics. Facilitates a regular communication and cooperation with all relevant stakeholder and functions such as the Business Information Security Officers, Technical Information security Officers, IT Asset owners as well as the CISO delivery and governance functions. Skills and Qualifications: Ability to manage multiple work streams Inquisitive and probing approach to problem solving and general assessment Ability to identify process inefficiencies, suggest improvements and implement where feasible Knowledge and experience of implementing/auditing ISO27001 controls is beneficial Risk and Control, Audit and/or Financial Services experience preferred Excellent communication (both oral and written), numerical and analytical skills essential Excellent stakeholder management at all levels of seniority Strong analytical skills with ability to define, collect, analyse data, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and make fact-based decisions Knowledge is beneficial of one or more of the following Information Security processes, e.g. Identity and Access management, Information Security Incident and Problem Management, Information Security Governance for business and technology Ability to work in fast paced environment and keep pace with technical/operational innovation Open minded, willing to learn and run with new projects Educated to degree level or equivalent experience Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.     
Deutsche Bank Jaipur, India
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Deutsche Bank Operations International (DBOI) Global Services, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, is the bank's global processing arm. Established with the purpose of building a world-class operating infrastructure for Deutsche Bank's global businesses, DBOI Global Services is an integrated network of six processing centers of excellence in the UK, USA, India and Philippines, delivering 24/7 support for the bank and its clients.   Position Overview   Primary Job Responsibilities   To supervise the day to day deliverables of the process        •   Ensure adherence to all cut-off times and quality of processing as                       maintained in SLA. Monitor volume inflow and ensure sufficient resource and workflow allocation in a justifiable manner Ensure that all queries/ first level escalations related to routine activities are responded to within the time frames pre-specified. To keep Team Manager informed of the exceptional occurrences, to enable appropriate action. Assist DBOI in carrying out any special tasks or projects that may be required from time to time as assigned by Team Manager/AVP Assisting the team in decision making and taking and be the backup for the Team Manager Timely escalation of all potential issues to Team Manager Makes good use of own skills and seeks ways to support/coach other members of the team. Handles work confidently, adjusts to changing priorities, handles ambiguity, and responds constructively to feedback.   Personal Attributes:   Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Strong analytical skills and ability to multitask Assists in executing/approving transactions. Provides support for managing internal projects/ initiatives/reporting activities Contributes to building relationships with clients internally and externally (where applicable) Exceptional operational/technical/analytical knowledge and skills. Is an SME Strong Team Player   Experience +Education Criteria   Graduate / PG with a total of 2 to 3 years of experience in relevant domain. Needs to be a self-starter with significant ability to undertake initiatives. Willingness to work in UK/US/Far East shifts Relevant financial services experience will be an added advantage Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.
Deutsche Bank New York, NY, United States
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
  Human Resources Working in markets around the world, our people make us strong. They are Deutsche Bank. Without Human Resources, we could never source, develop and retain the best talent, or formulate the strategies that motivate their performance. Creating innovative, inspirational people strategies doesn’t simply drive our success. It defines our culture and encourages teamwork. Diversity is key. Collaboration is pivotal. Our people in Human Resources touch every part of our business. They shape the way we work. They find and recruit the brightest talent. They develop their skills through structured, on-going training. They give every single member of our staff the chance to achieve their career goals and make work exceptionally rewarding.   Position Overview   The Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) Graduate Specialist for Global Markets division, interacts with the Americas Heads of Business, Business Managers/ COOs and the wider Global Markets population on all aspects of Graduate Recruitment, Training and Program Management.  You will partner the business, wider CIB HR and global Graduate team in advising, planning and delivering campus recruitment, training and program management activities for Global Markets in the region.  Additionally, you will coach the business in managing the interns and graduates, embracing and practicing Deutsche Bank’s values and beliefs and adhering to standard policies/processes. In conjunction with CIB HR and global Graduate team colleagues, you will ensure corporate HR programs are delivered to the business effectively and efficiently. Responsibilities include: Understand the Global Markets business junior talent recruitment, training and development needs and tailor strategy to meet those needs within global guidelines Partner Team Lead, other graduate specialists and Global Markets business to establish/ execute a recruiting strategy for BA relationship schools, within budget, e.g. CMU, Duke, Harvard for the Intern Recruiting Season of 2018 Manage relationships with business-appointed school Team Captains, including advising them on appropriate marketing and targeting strategies for candidates from their assigned schools, and managing processes on campus during the recruiting seasons Manage relationships with Career Development & Placement offices; be accountable for data management and MIS on an ongoing basis for specific schools Attend on-campus presentations and target events.  Work with other graduate specialists, both in the US and potentially globally to plan all aspects of the events and presentations in conjunction with other CIB divisions  Schedule and attend on-campus interviews.  Screen resumes and select candidates in conjunction with business representatives.  Work with business to assign/ sign-up representatives for interviews.   Gather/review feedback and recommend future association with candidates.  Schedule and manage second and third-round interview process in New York and possibly other domestic locations. Gather feedback and work with the business in determining offer candidates. Manage Analyst and PhD offer processes, yields, targets and declines with Team Lead and Team Captains.  Mutually make decisions on candidate offer/ turndown status.  Assist with organization of CIB’s “sells” and assist in the negotiation process Partner other graduate specialists develop and implement the summer Analyst training programs and ensure consistency of programs across all domestic locations.  Manage Intern Programs as appropriate, including feedback and assessment processes Coordinate with global graduate team in the execution of uniform marketing materials, merchandise and campus processes Partner diversity organizations at BA level to rollout in line with school and divisional strategies. Partner and support the global graduate team in diversity pipeline programs and events Influence rotation matching to ensure that all Global Markets graduates have the prescribed number of rotations and are placed in challenging rotational roles, and subsequently matched to their permanent placement Execute the permanent placement process for all graduates and work with the business and the HR advisory teams for any performance issues or challenges in placing graduates Skills/Knowledge/Experience: Bachelor’s degree with 4+ years of campus recruiting experience   Some exposure to training or project/ program management will be a plus Demonstrated ability to develop relationships at all levels of seniority Business acumen Proven developed consulting and problem solving capabilities Strong communication skills
Deutsche Bank New York, NY, United States
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Group Audit The Group Audit (GA) function comprises over 700 staff located in our four hub locations New York, London, Frankfurt, Singapore and 26 other countries across the globe. The function is a professional, business focused, proactive risk-based global audit team that operates with transparency, integrity and independence, and assists the Bank’s business and infrastructure areas to identify key control weaknesses. The GA team prides itself in ensuring the highest standard in professional delivery. The function provides a systematic, disciplined approach to examine, evaluate and report objectively on the adequacy of both the design and operating effectiveness of the systems of internal control and the effectiveness of risk management and governance processes. Being Deutsche Bank’s ‘third line of defence’ we have a high profile in the Bank acting as an independent and forward looking challenger and adviser to Senior Management and are increasingly relied upon by the Regulators. Our global connectivity provides a stimulating environment and the opportunity to collaborate, network and share knowledge with intelligent colleagues and specialists around the world. Our colleagues are known for their agile minds, looking beyond the obvious, and challenging the status-quo in an open-minded, collaborative way. We consistently invest in our people, offering genuine opportunities for development and advancement.   Position Overview   Position Overview : Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to key financial and regulatory reporting operations including DFAST and CCAR reporting in accordance with group audit methodology and the established risk assessment framework. Contribute to risk assessment profiles / business monitoring and the overall implementation of group audit methodology. Undertake audit assignments, draft audit reports for review by audit management, facilitate issue tracking and validate closure of issues. Pro-actively develop and maintain professional working relationships with colleagues, the business and respective support areas and work in an integrated manner with fellow team members both locally and globally. Complete all work assigned on a timely basis, including ad hoc projects and special investigations. Develop and maintain broad financial services experience, Bank knowledge and technical expertise. Keeps current on business/industry changes and their effect on the audit plan/approach and Risk Assessments.  Occasional travel may be required. Skills Required Minimum 5-7 years of experience with a combination of financial services and big 4 accounting firm exposure. Working knowledge of key financial and regulatory reporting risks.  Strong understanding of banking and capital markets products, key banking regulations e.g. Basel II/III, CCAR, regulatory reports e.g. Call Reports, FRY-9C or FFIEC 101 considered a plus. Flexible, pro-active, self-sufficient and innovative individual with strong organizational and multi-tasking skills to take ownership and responsibility of agreed targets and meet them within budget to enable a timely and efficient completion of audit projects. Excellent written / verbal communication skills and be able to communicate effectively at all levels within Group Audit and with the client. Innovative mindset and ability to develop ideas, which are implemented and have a positive impact. Natural role model and reference point for the individual’s peer group. Educational Requirements Bachelors degree required in Finance or accounting.
Deutsche Bank Manila, Philippines
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) operates as a shared service center for Finance, Global Business Services and IT. A wholly owned subsidiary* of the Deutsche Bank Group, operating out of the Phillipinnes, DKS provides accounting, reporting, profit and loss, cost, reconciliation, MIS, risk control, information technology and operations services (including confirmations and settlements) to internal businesses worldwide.   Position Overview   Accounting Close - Cost Close Non-Compensation - Senior Analyst The Cost Close Non-Compensation Senior Analyst is responsible for performing finance and accounting process functions but not limited to cost calculations, cost bookings, accounts payable invoicing/settlement, fixed asset processing, analytical review, reconciliation, substantiation, financial commentary and reporting process in adherence to Global Accounting policy   Responsibilities: Process month end functions such as preparation of late adjustment entries with proper root cause analysis performed on operational issues Handle direct cost related queries, recommend resolution of issues and engage in client calls to discuss such Performs sense checks/ self review of process outputs to detect irregularities, error or variances. Ensure quality of output are: in compliance with predefined processes and service level agreements in compliance with policies, legal and statutory requirements accurate and complete   Qualifications:   Can clearly and effectively communicate with others Ability to escalate adequately and properly Can effectively work and collaborate with others towards common goals and objectives Adapting quickly and positively to changing situations; restructuring tasks and priorities as circumstances develop within the business and organization Self-motivated individual requiring minimal supervision with passion for performance Team player Strong problem solving and analytical skills Results-oriented, with a strong sense of urgency to meet project goals Highly flexible and adaptable to change Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. 
Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Risk The Risk division has a fundamental responsibility to protect the Bank. With group-wide responsibility for the management and control of credit, market, operational and reputational risks, we have a unique vantage point which allows us a holistic view of our businesses and our clients. Nearly 4,000 employees work together to achieve our ambition to be an industry-leading risk management organisation. In an increasingly complex environment, risk management is fast-becoming the most sought after place to build a career within the banking world. Risk at Deutsche Bank is relied upon to help shape the strategy of the organisation and the wider industry agenda.   Position Overview   Job title: Crisis Management Change Lead Corporate title: Assistant Vice President Division: Risk Location: London Overview: You will join the Crisis Management (CM) team which works with the Bank’s incident management teams, across functions, to ensure seamless integration between the management of an incident and the resolution of incident related issues. The team responds to around 70 crises each year. You must be available during routine as well as extended business hours and days in the event of crisis events. You must also be willing to accept significant travel requirements for the delivery of exercises as well as to support actual crisis. The globally distributed nature of the firm’s operations requires regional presence in key areas. Key Responsibilities: Defining and modelling the relevant current state and future state processes and data flows for CM Liaising with relevant internal stakeholders/ Subject Matter Expert’s (SMEs) to obtain the required information/data to create the process maps, addressing any Quality Assurance (QA) issues and coordinating business sign-off Identifying opportunities, diagnosing issues, recommending and documenting solutions that deliver quality, flexibility or cost improvement using best practice methodologies Delivery of global CM change projects Managing bespoke projects as and when required Skills & Qualifications: Excellent interpersonal and communications skills (written and verbal), including working in groups, combined with organisation and prioritisation skills Ability to identify and structure key issues and problems Contribute significantly to problem solving and development of solutions Strong project management and problem resolution skills Proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships Proven track record of high quality delivery Capable of working with distributed and cross-functional teams The ability to draft reports, communicate concepts and offer sensitive recommendations is a critical skill Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.
Deutsche Bank New York, NY, United States
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Risk The Risk division has a fundamental responsibility to protect the Bank. With group-wide responsibility for the management and control of credit, market, operational and reputational risks, we have a unique vantage point which allows us a holistic view of our businesses and our clients. Nearly 4,000 employees work together to achieve our ambition to be an industry-leading risk management organisation. In an increasingly complex environment, risk management is fast-becoming the most sought after place to build a career within the banking world. Risk at Deutsche Bank is relied upon to help shape the strategy of the organisation and the wider industry agenda.   Position Overview   A Passion to Perform.  It’s what drives us.  More than a claim, this describes the way we do business.  We’re committed to being the best financial services provider in the world, balancing passion with precision to deliver superior solutions for our clients. This is made possible by our people: agile minds, able to see beyond the obvious and act effectively in an ever-changing global business landscape.  As you’ll discover, our culture supports this. Diverse, international and shaped by a variety of different perspectives, we’re driven by a shared sense of purpose. At every level agile thinking is nurtured.  And at every level agile minds are rewarded with competitive pay, support and opportunities to excel.   Job Title:  Hedge Fund Credit Analyst Corporate Title:  Associate Division:  CRM Hedge Funds Location:  New York   Overview: The Hedge Fund Credit Analyst will be responsible for assisting in managing Deutsche Bank’s counterparty credit risk to North American hedge fund clients. (S)he will be responsible for approving transactions, as well as reviewing and monitoring the counterparties on an ongoing basis. The Credit Officer will report into the Head of Hedge Fund Credit Risk Americas and will be part of a larger team.  The team ultimately reports into the Global Head of Hedge Fund Credit, based in New York. Hedge Fund Credit Risk Management provides credit risk management and oversight across Deutsche Bank’s Global Markets division, including both franchise and prime brokerage businesses.    Key Responsibilities: Conduct credit due diligence for clients by way of meetings with relevant personnel at the fund manager. Evaluate risk and exposure management of hedge funds by setting and approving internal ratings, credit limits, margins and documentation terms on the back of their risk assessment of the hedge funds based on information gathered at the meetings and the relevant constitutional documentation provided by the client. Approve credit sensitive terms in legal contracts to allow Deutsche Bank transact, close out portfolios and terminate trades in the event of a default or any credit deterioration (e.g. a sharp deterioration in performance). Preparation of annual credit reviews, written reports which outline areas including the background of the fund management company, investment strategy of underlying funds, risk and liquidity management and performance. This written report will highlight the key risks associated with each counterparty and outline the credit officer’s view of the group/funds. Day-to-day transaction approvals, setting initial margin levels for trade requests received from sales teams across the bank, and analysis of more bespoke structured transactions. Analyse and manage the risk and exposures within their portfolio on an ongoing basis, using the various credit risk management and product monitoring systems within Deutsche Bank, including internal stress test information, exposure data and performance/portfolio data received on a regular basis from hedge funds. Liaise with support functions across the bank where appropriate for Legal, Compliance, Collateral Management, Operations, in support of approval and managing credit risk. Monitor the market developments affecting the hedge fund sector, e.g. regulatory issues or weakness/stress in particular asset classes. You will have: Degree level education or equivalent, knowledge of hedge fund credit risk preferred but not required. Product knowledge across derivative and financing products.  Broad understanding of global capital markets. Ability to calculate and quantify transaction risk is also desirable but not essential. Basic understanding of master trading documentation, particularly International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), Global Master Repo Agreements (GMRA), Futures and Options (F&O) and Prime Brokerage. Basic working knowledge of risk metrics including VaR, PFE and stress testing. You will be: A confident decision maker able to competently explain the reasoning, which supports credit decisions. A strong team player, capable of working alongside colleagues in an effort to achieve team goals. A self starter, able to manage own workload with minimal guidance from senior members of the team. Articulate and at ease when interacting with internal and external clients
Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Group Audit The Group Audit (GA) function comprises over 700 staff located in our four hub locations New York, London, Frankfurt, Singapore and 26 other countries across the globe. The function is a professional, business focused, proactive risk-based global audit team that operates with transparency, integrity and independence, and assists the Bank’s business and infrastructure areas to identify key control weaknesses. The GA team prides itself in ensuring the highest standard in professional delivery. The function provides a systematic, disciplined approach to examine, evaluate and report objectively on the adequacy of both the design and operating effectiveness of the systems of internal control and the effectiveness of risk management and governance processes. Being Deutsche Bank’s ‘third line of defence’ we have a high profile in the Bank acting as an independent and forward looking challenger and adviser to Senior Management and are increasingly relied upon by the Regulators. Our global connectivity provides a stimulating environment and the opportunity to collaborate, network and share knowledge with intelligent colleagues and specialists around the world. Our colleagues are known for their agile minds, looking beyond the obvious, and challenging the status-quo in an open-minded, collaborative way. We consistently invest in our people, offering genuine opportunities for development and advancement.   Position Overview   Job title: Principal Auditor Anti-Financial Crime Corporate title: Vice President Division: Group Audit Location: London Overview: You will report to the Principal Audit Manager (PAM) responsible for Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) United Kingdom, who in turn reports to the Chief Audit (CA) AFC. Your role focuses on assisting the PAM in the development of a risk-based holistic coverage of Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Bribery & Corruption and Anti-Fraud processes including the execution of Know Your Client (KYC) coverage on a risk focused basis. Key Responsibilities: Evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to AFC risks in accordance with Group Audit (GA) methodology and the established risk assessment framework Conducting an AFC risk assessment for the United Kingdom region and contributing to risk assessment / business monitoring conducted at the country level by country heads and divisional auditors Undertaking audit assignments, draft audit issues for review by audit management, facilitating issue tracking and validating closure of issues Participating in meetings with business auditors and providing input business lead audits Pro-actively developing and maintaining professional working relationships with colleagues, the business and respective support areas and working in an integrated manner with fellow team members both locally and globally Assisting in training other GA staff on AFC and oversee execution of the AFC audit program. Skills & Qualifications: Significant experience within financial services in an AML/Compliance/KYC function or other relevant roles Internal audit and /or practical experience within the financial services industry covering Anti-Financial Crime topics (e.g., AML/KYC, Anti-bribery and corruption, Anti-fraud) Thorough understanding of banking risk and control environment, regulatory changes and in depth knowledge of the regulatory environment specific to AFC.  Educated to Bachelor’s degree level or equivalent qualification / work experience and a relevant professional qualification (e.g., ACAMS) Proven record of excellent written / verbal communication skills and be able to communicate effectively at all levels within Group Audit and with the client Proven track record of operating in an audit role, including leading and delivery audits and is now seeking to apply these skills within a global Subject Matter Expert (SME) and local product capacity closely supporting the Principal Audit Manager  The ability to multi-task assignments and prioritise their workload with minimal supervision Highest professional and ethical standards, personal gravitas and the ability to stand ground when challenged are important to the success of the role Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.    
Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Technology Our technology teams are responsible for the Bank’s entire information technology (“IT”) infrastructure, and the development, implementation, and protection of the software required to support all of the Bank’s businesses. We move over EUR 1.6 trillion across the Bank's platforms, support thousands of trading desks, and enable millions of banking transactions, share trades and emails every day. With award-winning mobile banking apps and trading systems, our technology platforms help Deutsche Bank deliver high quality products to clients. Naturally, we make sure that the phones work, emails are delivered and PCs run - but we also develop collaboration platforms and workspaces that help our people share their knowledge, expertise and passion for our business. Developments in technology are changing the way we communicate, work and think. Join us here, and you’ll constantly be looking ahead. We’ll look to you to capitalize on new technological trends that can reshape our business and deliver value for our clients, whilst still meeting the demands of customers, regulators and the markets.   Position Overview   Job title: Global Audit Lead, Infrastructure Services Regulatory, Risk and Control Corporate title: Vice President Division: Technology Location: London Overview: You’ll be joining the Infrastructure Services group which is composed of three Service Towers and several Support Towers. The Service Towers own the services end-to-end for Compute, Storage/Backups and Networks and in addition there will be several Support Towers whose role will be to provide support across the Service Towers. Infrastructure Regulatory, Risk and Control (RRC) is one such Support Tower and is responsible for support of all requirements from external and internal control functions.  The scope of activity covers both the ‘run’ environment and also the transformation activity as part of Nucleus and future Strategy 2020 Infrastructure programmes. Key Responsibilities:  Managing large scale Operational Risk, Audit and Regulatory Governance – Work on delivering the risk management and controls oversight needed to support the overall Infra Services environment and related programmes Managing the Internal and External book of work, including supporting reviews, negotiation of actions and tracking remediation to resolution globally Deputising for the Infra Services RRC Global Lead on key management meetings within Infra Services Senior Management and Second and Third Line control functions Collaborating with and influence key stakeholders across the region – to build relationships that enable efficient, collaborative operations ; specifically in the Vendor Risk Management, Regulatory Engagement, Audit and Operational Risk Management areas Understanding the risks and dependencies that could impact the realising of the regional objectives and engaging with the relevant counterparts, including the central Infra Services Leads, and Programme Management, to ensure the delivery of those dependencies Forecasting and management of remediation budget allocated to the Key risks Identifying and managing conflicts around business delivery and remediation plans whilst maintaining integrity of the business case Skills and Qualifications: Significant experience of risk management and regulatory requirements through leading the risk management teams in Financial Services or large scale transformation programs gained within either a vendor organization or industry Significant experience in working across the 3 lines of Defence, and building productive relationships with supporting control functions Deep understanding of Technology and Operational, risk complexities and challenges of outsourcing technology infrastructure services to a third party i.e. date center moves and application migration to the new data center’s Significant experience and deep understanding of the Business divisions in terms of technology, vendor and operational risk management, key stakeholders and dynamics Strong track record delivering strategic large scale, complex transformation programmes within global and complex organisations Detailed  Information Technology Infrastructure architecture knowledge Proven experienced senior leader that can work as part of a geographically dispersed leadership team across multiple functions Demonstrable experience in managing the financial, organisational and commercial elements of a programme and organisation Excellent strategic agility, communication, influencing and negotiation skills Confident, affable nature and able to build relationships and credibility in order to get things done Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.    
Deutsche Bank McLean, United States
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Technology Our technology teams are responsible for the Bank’s entire information technology (“IT”) infrastructure, and the development, implementation, and protection of the software required to support all of the Bank’s businesses. We move over EUR 1.6 trillion across the Bank's platforms, support thousands of trading desks, and enable millions of banking transactions, share trades and emails every day. With award-winning mobile banking apps and trading systems, our technology platforms help Deutsche Bank deliver high quality products to clients. Naturally, we make sure that the phones work, emails are delivered and PCs run - but we also develop collaboration platforms and workspaces that help our people share their knowledge, expertise and passion for our business. Developments in technology are changing the way we communicate, work and think. Join us here, and you’ll constantly be looking ahead. We’ll look to you to capitalize on new technological trends that can reshape our business and deliver value for our clients, whilst still meeting the demands of customers, regulators and the markets.   Position Overview   Role Description: This position is aligned within the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Architecture team within the CSO group of Deutsche Bank.  Under this project, the Bank is implementing a Continuous Monitoring (ConMon) Program to improve cybersecurity controls and situational awareness. As a ConMon Associate, the candidate will be responsible for both assisting in creating the ConMon end-to-end security strategy, architecture, implementation and designs as well as supporting the development and implementation of the ConMon capability at Bank. Additionally, the candidate will: Engage with other elements of the Bank related to the ConMon efforts and ConMon integration to ensure the Bank's overall IT vision/strategy/architecture is realized Participate in the identification and assessment of technology solutions and facilitate work with engineering teams to develop a strategic implementation roadmap for ConMon Assist in planning, risk analysis and stakeholder engagement and other related topics as necessary Support the ConMon Program Manager with technology planning and implementation activities as necessary Follow direction, oversight, advice and guidance to maintain a culture of architectural excellence: ‘Do it once, do it right’   Role Responsibilities: Essential Skills: Working knowledge of application security monitoring, log analysis, continuous diagnostics/monitoring Understanding of cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities, protection measures, and technologies Knowledge of the cybersecurity industry and measures/techniques applied to both measure and reduce risk Excellent team player, able to work in virtual teams and a matrix organization Experience interacting with and presenting to senior level leadership Strong stakeholder management & communication skills, Technical Skills and Certifications: Security+ (or equivalent entry-level vendor-neutral cybersecurity certification) Desirable Skills and Certifications: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Experience working in large multilayer global organizations with competing IT interests and goals Language required: Ability to communicate verbally and in written form in English Special Circumstances: Minimal travel as necessary People Management: Actively supports the business strategy, plans and values, contributing to the achievement of a high performance culture Takes ownership for own career management, seeking opportunities for continuous development of personal capability and improved performance contribution Acts as a role model for new employees, providing help and support to facilitate early integration and assimilation of their new environment Experience/ Exposure: Required Skills: 3-5 years of progressive experience working in enterprise IT environments At least 1 year demonstrated experience with log analysis/log management tools (e.g. ArcSight, Splunk, LogRhythym, etc.) Familiarity with cyber security architecture using trusted computing model Strong team player - flexible, adaptable and able to work in fast paced environment Able to share information, transfer knowledge and expertise to team members Optional Skills: Experience working with a Global Financial Institution Experience with cybersecurity prevention and detection technologies such as firewalls, intrusion management, vulnerability management, cybersecurity requirements analysis, etc. Strong understanding of regulated industries, especially in the financial services arena Education/ Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (required)
Deutsche Bank Singapore
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
The Risk division has a fundamental responsibility to protect the Bank. With group-wide responsibility for the management and control of credit, market, operational and reputational risks, we have a unique vantage point which allows us a holistic view of our businesses and our clients. Nearly 4,000 employees work together to achieve our ambition to be an industry-leading risk management organisation. In an increasingly complex environment, risk management is fast-becoming the most sought after place to build a career within the banking world. Risk at Deutsche Bank is relied upon to help shape the strategy of the organisation and the wider industry agenda.   Position Overview   Overview: Being part of a team which identifies and quantifies risk drivers in private banking transactions, including the suggestion of credit mitigations; analysis of private banking counterparties; approval of credit proposals; and management of counterparty exposure. Key Responsibilities: Primary responsibility for a portfolio of private banking counterparties in South Asia. Analysis of credit risk on individual trades across the spectrum of private banking products for transaction approval and counterparty portfolio assessment. Analyse global, regional and local market events and their impact on the portfolio of counterparties managed. Liaise with clients, interface directly with front office staff across the WM (Wealth Management) business division on credit approvals, credit requirements and relationship matters. Follow up on trade execution. Ensure trades are properly booked / recorded / monitored, credit terms are incorporated in confirmations / underlying documentation is properly completed. Daily control and exposure management of credit facilities. Follow up on timely receipt of financial information from all clients. Ensuring global risk reporting systems contain timely and accurate information. Appropriate product and soft skill training will be provided. Skills: 5 - 8 years relevant experience in credit analysis in major International Financial Institutions, preferably in private banking. Strong communicator (both written and verbal skills). Ability to work under pressure and interface with senior front-office staff. Regional counterparty experience preferred. Familiar with regional/international financial markets. Product knowledge in respect of key Private Banking activities. Familiarity with legal documentation and risk issues, including ISDAs, netting, and credit mitigating features. Extensive working knowledge of computer applications, particularly Excel, Powerpoint and Word. Deutsche Bank offers a challenging and rewarding career where your contribution is valued and rewarded. We have an inclusive and friendly working environment coupled with excellent facilities and benefits. Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.
Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Compliance At Deutsche Bank, good compliance is everybody’s responsibility. The Compliance department’s core functions support good compliance practice to prevent and detect violations of all applicable laws, rules and principles that observe high standards of individual behaviour and business conduct. Working closely with the business, compliance professionals ensure that our risk based programme is both globally effective and locally anchored to our key divisional businesses. As an independent and robust second level control function, the Compliance Department seeks to manage compliance risk and deepen the culture of compliance at Deutsche Bank through the development and management of strategies that are sustainable and increases the trust of our clients.   Position Overview   Job title: Compliance Officer, Asset Management - Compliance Controls Testing Corporate title: Assistant Vice President Division: Compliance Location: London Overview: You will report to the UK Head of Compliance Controls Testing (CCT) for Asset and Wealth Management (AWM). The primary focus of this role will be to conduct compliance monitoring and controls testing reviews across Deutsche Bank’s Asset Management division in the UK.  The key objective of each review is to assess the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls and to address compliance with local regulatory requirements.  Therefore, to be successful in the role, you will have demonstrable experience in Asset Management and a thorough understanding of regulations and risks affecting the division. Key Responsibilities: Identifying the scope and testing approach for reviews in line with the CCT methodology Conducting fieldwork in line with the agreed test programme and adequately document tests and findings Developing recommendations for corrective action based on review findings Writing reports that present review results, articulate the rationale for findings, the risks posed and actions required to address those risks Working with Business Line Compliance Officers and management to agree on appropriate action plans Skills & Qualifications: Proven experience in Asset Management and a thorough understanding of regulations and risks affecting the division Previous experience of delivering compliance monitoring / internal audit reviews in a complex corporate environment (e.g. banking, large financial services institution, Big 4 firm) The ability to understand and interpret various laws, regulations, and policies Strong investigative and analytical skills – enquiry, analysis, interviewing, testing Educated to Bachelor’s Degree level or equivalent qualifications / work experience Familiar with financial products and instruments Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.    
Deutsche Bank Manila, Philippines
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
 Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) operates as a shared service center for Finance, Global Business Services and IT. A wholly owned subsidiary* of the Deutsche Bank Group, operating out of the Phillipinnes, DKS provides accounting, reporting, profit and loss, cost, reconciliation, MIS, risk control, information technology and operations services (including confirmations and settlements) to internal businesses worldwide.   Position Overview   The Risk Close and Analysis group provides quality assured, and timely Finance relevant Risk information and analysis to key stakeholders in a transparent and controlled manner covering the end to end processes for all relevant metrics in an efficient and regulatory compliant way. This role is for the Global Risk Data Control group and the operating model of Risk Data Control is made up of a number of teams across multiple locations covering all main regions of Group Finance. Each region has production and control teams in the cost effective locations of Manila or Pune, and is coordinated by regional leads within the onshore relationship management teams in London/New York/Frankfurt The Risk Data Control group are responsible for -  • Processing of all relevant feeds and required adjustments to positions in the strategic systems so that data flow to the Regulatory reporting systems is of good quality • This data includes transactions, collateral and facilities for regulatory reporting purposes from core strategic source systems and non strategic sources (manual feeds) for all asset classes and business areas contributing to the monthly process. • Processing of all relevant data sets from the risk feeds, branch ledger and sub ledgers required to perform the reconciliations for all asset classes and business areas required within the monthly process • Production of the reconciliations in line with control checks and the posted balance sheet using the platforms developed • Distribution of detailed break templates to respective contacts in product control, gathering commentary and working with stakeholders to understand root causes and resolve breaks Role Responsibilities and Tasks • Be the Subject Matter Expert for risk data control processes handled including feeds processing, cres versus financial reconciliation, counterparty mapping process, etc • Ensure data loaded to the group regulatory reporting systems is complete, accurate, validated and mapped to key reference data systems for the purposes of group regulatory reporting • Perform and update supervisory QA checks per SLA on services delivered by the team • Perform production processes as needed during unscheduled leaves, stabilization of processes during platform changes and other Business Continuity Plan (BCP) scenarios • Be the first point of escalation for team issues • Coordinate and escalate outstanding issues to Team Lead and Operations Manager and support teams as needed, monitor progress of its resolution and implementation • Support Team Lead in the conduct post-mortem team meetings to review performance metrics, identify key issues, propose and drive action plans to resolve or mitigate said issues • Ensure proper load balance amongst team members; monitor OT levels and escalate any capacity issues to the Team Lead (consider capacity, capability management and risk). • Conduct regular review for updates made to process documentation • Ensure and assist team resiliency thru cross-trainings and backups • Review MIS pack production/distribution and trend analysis and associated reports for key stakeholders around key process indicators, monthly submissions and the aforementioned data quality. Ongoing KPI monitoring and MIS review/analysis. • Feedback on performance objectives and individual performance versus DB standards for performance of resources • Support CTB projects and initiatives • Liaise with change teams for a ‘remediation’ book of work based on diagnostics performed around data quality issues and processes • Coordinate with project team to drive completion of Book of Work and initiatives to improve existing processes, controls, and outputs • Ensure proper audit engagement and coordination • Provides support to Team Lead on talent resourcing, succession planning trainings, and development Requirements • Minimum 5 years experience in Banking Operations, Business Process Reengineering, Project or Change management, Audit or Finance Industry. Has held a supervisory position for a minimum of 2 years. • Intermediate understanding of banking products (Debt, Equities and Derivatives) with working knowledge of Global Markets Financial products • Working knowledge of Credit Risk Management (Basel requirements, regulatory guidelines related to credit risk) • Advance skills in MS Applications (Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Access). Working knowledge of SQL’s a plus. • Solid reconciliation experience with strong quantitative analysis skills • Solid experience in process changes and change initiatives • Strong stakeholder management skills/able to manage diverse stakeholders and onshore clients • Has excellent work ethics and organizational skills coupled with the ability to handle multiple assignments • Able to work in fast-paced environment and keep pace with technical and operational innovation • Able to share information, transfer knowledge and expertise to team members including conduct of trainings as needed • Has excellent work ethic and organizational skills and is able to work with different cultures and across different geographic locations. • Bachelors Degree in Finance related courses ( e.g. Accountancy, Business, Economics and Banking &Finance) or Computer Sciences & Information Technology. Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. 
Deutsche Bank Hong Kong
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Human Resources Working in markets around the world, our people make us strong. They are Deutsche Bank. Without Human Resources, we could never source, develop and retain the best talent, or formulate the strategies that motivate their performance. Creating innovative, inspirational people strategies doesn’t simply drive our success. It defines our culture and encourages teamwork. Diversity is key. Collaboration is pivotal. Our people in Human Resources touch every part of our business. They shape the way we work. They find and recruit the brightest talent. They develop their skills through structured, on-going training. They give every single member of our staff the chance to achieve their career goals and make work exceptionally rewarding.   Position Overview   Role Summary: As the Executive recruiting lead for Wealth Management APAC , you will be responsible for setting the recruitment strategy in APAC to ensure that Deutsche Bank attracts and recruits high calibre executive level talent across the Managing Director and Director population( and any related team hiring) for the Wealth Management business. The significant majority of activity will focus on Hong Kong & Singapore. Specifically, Wealth Management are targeting execution on an aggressive investment hiring strategy. Working closely with the Country Talent Acquisition teams, Regional Business Partners, and key stakeholders in the business, you will deliver executive recruitment capability, which includes building candidate pipelines for key roles, ensuring diverse candidate slates, ensuring robust and consistent assessment and selection practices and providing a superior candidate experience throughout the process. Key Responsibilities: Build relationships with the Regional Business Partners, business stakeholders and Global Recruitment Leads, to drive the talent acquisition agenda for executive hiring across the region. Work in partnership with the business stakeholders and HR Business Partners in executing talent acquisition strategy in recruitment practice, assessment and selection, talent cultivation and talent pipelining and positioning Deutsche Bank to access the top talent in the market. Looking at opportunities to improve operational excellence, putting in place best practices and effectively represent and market Deutsche Bank employment brand, the organization’s business objectives and global career opportunities to potential candidates. Proactively provide market insights, drive market intelligence initiatives on the talent opportunities and challenges across the region. Proactively identify market trends, talent gaps within the business and talent opportunities to best support the business in delivering its business objectives. Build and manage relationships with key Executive Search firms, and preferred suppliers, and provide expertise in managing terms of engagement to ensure this is aligned to the Bank’s hiring policy and take a proactive with managing recruitment spend. Build close working relationships with our partners in Resourcing, both the Managed Service Providers for onsite recruitment, external vendors, and in house, in order to ensure quality of service delivery. You will work closely with Country Talent Acquisition leads and co-ordinate recruitment activities across Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, China, India and Australia, as well as other hiring locations, to ensure that the talent acquisition agenda is implemented. Identify opportunities to support key regional and global bank-wide agendas such as diversity and internal mobility. Work closely with other parts of the HR function, including Advisory, Reward, Talent and Development, to ensure that greatest value is brought to the client. Requirements: Knowledge of the Wealth Management business, expertise in recruitment in this space, strong knowledge of external search practices, assessment and selection practices, and ability to draw on an extensive network of professionals across the market. Demonstrate in-depth awareness of employment laws and regulations across the region. Strong consulting and negotiation skills. Strong educational background - bachelor’s degree required. Strong execution skills. Strong assessment skills. Experience in working in a matrix regional and global environment. Able to develop effective partnerships with HR colleagues, business stakeholders and a wide range of internal and external contacts at all levels and across cultures. Have a natural ability to engage with senior managers, and build credibility with the business and Business Partners. Be a strong advocate for Professional Recruitment within both the broader Human Resources team, the business and the broader financial services industry. Have strong consulting skills, to identify opportunities for collaboration with the business and other HR products. Relationship management and interpersonal skills – you will be able to have credibility in front of clients, build strong and trusted relationships, and be able to gain senior stakeholder buy. Teamwork – you will be able to evidence teamwork, where you have leveraged teams to achieve objectives Drive and enthusiasm – you will have a ‘can-do’ attitude and display where you have overcome obstacles to get things done. Deutsche Bank offers a challenging and rewarding career where your contribution is valued and rewarded. We have an inclusive and friendly working environment coupled with excellent facilities and benefits. Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.
Deutsche Bank Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Global Markets Global Markets combines the sales, trading and structuring of a wide range of financial markets products. This incorporates Debt Trading, including FX, Rates, Credit, Structured Finance and Emerging Markets; Equities and equity-linked products; Exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives and Money Market and securitised instruments. Coverage of institutional clients is provided by the Institutional Client Group, while Research provides analysis of markets, products and trading strategies for clients.   Position Overview   JOB  SUMMARY Deutsche Bank is committed to being the best financial services provider in the world. An inspirational employer with the platform to lift careers to the next level, we foster a diverse, inclusive environment that encourages new ideas. An outstanding opportunity now exists to join the pool of talented professionals with the Bank.   DB Centre (DBC) is Deutsche Bank’s investment banking centre in India. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche bank. DBC works very closely with Deutsche Bank hubs to deliver cutting edge investment banking services for the “Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB)” franchise of Deutsche Bank. The teams in DBC will be front office teams acting as virtual extensions of the business in DB hubs like London, New York, Hong Kong. Hire Details A system of effective business owned internal controls (L1 Controls) is a critical component of bank management and a foundation for the safe and sound operation of banking organisations. Such a system can also help to ensure that the bank will comply with the  regulatory environment  as well as policies, internal rules and procedures, and decrease the risk of unexpected losses or damage to the bank’s reputation.   Global Equities  is seeking to hire a qualified professional in Mumbai to provide business support in building effective business controls working closely with Business Control Unit (BCU) covering Global deliverables. Build Internal Business Controls Work very closely with BCU on implementing internal Level 1 Controls (e.g. Inventory Management / External Brokerage) Should be able to anticipate issues and gaps related to processes / controls and proactively escalate to Regional/Global BCU for arriving at solutions, which can strengthen the environment Review and analyse NFR / Supervisory metrics and ensure controls / mitigation measures are put in place Support Regulatory queries / adhoc analysis as agreed with onshore Understand and work with daily deadlines in delivering control related tasks Build risk and control awareness for self by working very closely with BCU and Business Managers Contribute towards process efficiencies / Strategic deliveries and suggest improvements where feasible   Operational Risk Metrics / Management MI / Governance Build a robust control environment for Equities(Globally) focussing on Audit points, Self-Identified Issues and CCF actions, which involve regular tracking of open items & escalation for overdue items ensuring timely closure Running key L1 controls for the platform (e.g. Short sell controls / OTC Trade Reporting) Coordinating important governance forums like Audit Governance, BaRC meetings for the business Developing key MI / presentations to facilitate the various EXCO / BOAT / other Governance forums Develop tools which can enhance risk reporting process front to back from data collection / maintenance, production and analysis of metrics Monthly review of Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) and escalation to Sr. management (if necessary) to maintain hygiene across the platform and drive down RWA capital charges Manage ad-hoc projects around operational risk and supervision REQUIREMENTS: The ideal candidate should have experience within a financial services environment and should demonstrate the following: Flexible to work EMEA hours Ability to navigate within the organisation and understand the importance of timely escalation is critical Strong academic background with good inter-personal skills/ability to communicate succinctly with onshore stakeholders Ability to work well under pressure & always with a professional demeanour Ability to multi-task, strong problem-solving and decision-making skills Advanced competency in Microsoft Excel and Power-point is essential Good analytical skills, high attention to detail, solid organisational and interpersonal skills Able to work independently, as well as in a team environment, prioritising multiple tasks meeting strict deadlines Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal   The following will be considered as a significant advantage: Knowledge of Global Regulations Equities product and system knowledge. Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.
Deutsche Bank London, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Group Audit The Group Audit (GA) function comprises over 700 staff located in our four hub locations New York, London, Frankfurt, Singapore and 26 other countries across the globe. The function is a professional, business focused, proactive risk-based global audit team that operates with transparency, integrity and independence, and assists the Bank’s business and infrastructure areas to identify key control weaknesses. The GA team prides itself in ensuring the highest standard in professional delivery. The function provides a systematic, disciplined approach to examine, evaluate and report objectively on the adequacy of both the design and operating effectiveness of the systems of internal control and the effectiveness of risk management and governance processes. Being Deutsche Bank’s ‘third line of defence’ we have a high profile in the Bank acting as an independent and forward looking challenger and adviser to Senior Management and are increasingly relied upon by the Regulators. Our global connectivity provides a stimulating environment and the opportunity to collaborate, network and share knowledge with intelligent colleagues and specialists around the world. Our colleagues are known for their agile minds, looking beyond the obvious, and challenging the status-quo in an open-minded, collaborative way. We consistently invest in our people, offering genuine opportunities for development and advancement.     Job Title: Information Technology Auditor Corporate Title: Assistant Vice President Division: Group Audit Location: London Opening date: 17/07/2017 Closing date: 14/08/2017 Salary: Competitive Overview: You’ll be participating in internal audits within the Chief Operating Office (COO) Corporate Technology (CT) and COO Chief Data Office (CDO) area, covering Risk and CDO-owned systems, processes and projects in accordance with the Audit methodology> You’ll be evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to risks within these areas under moderate supervision. You may also be required to participate in ad-hoc projects and Special Investigations, undertake multiple audit assignments, draft high-quality audit reports for review by audit management, facilitate finding tracking and validate the closure of audit findings. Key Responsibilities:  Executing day-to-day operational audit work and contributing to the delivery of audits (including the updating of Risk Assessment Profiles and the Continuous Audit Assessment process) Undertaking audit assignments, drafting audit reports for review by Audit Management and facilitating, finding tracking and validating closure of findings Executing audit fieldwork in line with the agreed audit approach, for example: documenting Activity Flows, identifying key risks and testing key controls to determine whether they are properly designed and are operating effectively, documenting work in accordance with divisional standards Completing all assigned work in line with agreed budgets, including ad hoc projects and special investigations Pro-actively developing and maintaining professional working relationships with colleagues, the business and respective support areas Partnering with other groups and teams during audit engagement to guarantee an integrated approach Communicating openly with divisional management and the internal stakeholders, keeping them informed of potential findings and escalating problems and delays accordingly Reviewing and providing expert opinions on action plans provided by clients, helping them develop robust remediation plans Acting as a competent partner and challenger to clients in the finding closure process Proactively keeping abreast of pertinent industry, regulatory and business findings Actively supporting the achievement of the Bank’s / Division’s strategy, plans and values,  ensuring a clear understanding and ongoing alignment of activities with the organisation’s priorities Adhering to Bank Policies and Procedures and driving compliance within the team Taking ownership for own development and career management, seeking opportunities to develop personal capability and improve performance contribution Skills & Qualifications: IT Audit / Risk area process knowledge and experience and an understanding of the risks and regulatory requirements in one or more of the following business / functional areas: Information Technology, Credit Risk, Operational Risk or Market Risk Knowledgeable regarding Data Quality, Data Sourcing and Data Stewardship strategies and policies which support regulatory reporting requirements like BCBS239 Has a good knowledge of auditing standards and concepts (e.g. ISO27001, COBIT, Sarbannes Oxley (SOx)) Demonstrates a sound understanding of the global banking control environment and compliance findings in the Banking / Finance industry Is familiar with the operational requirements of a global bank, has experience in building and managing effective relationships Ability to work in virtual, global teams in a matrix organisation, transferring knowledge and developing the capability of team members Demonstrable relationship management, analytical, problem solving, communication, influencing, planning and presentation skills Demonstrates solid communication skills, communicating with clarity, both orally and in writing, in a logical order and with a structured approach. Fluent in English (written and verbal) and local languages if necessary Ability to work in a fast-paced business environment Educated to Bachelor’s degree level (or equivalent education / work experience) Holds a professional / industry recognised qualification e.g. Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Prince2, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) etc Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to enable you to apply or attend an interview. If you would like to discuss your requirements, or have any concerns about the application process, please contact your recruiter.    
Deutsche Bank Manila, Philippines
Jul 18, 2017
Full time
Deutsche Knowledge Services (DKS) operates as a shared service center for Finance, Global Business Services and IT. A wholly owned subsidiary* of the Deutsche Bank Group, operating out of the Phillipinnes, DKS provides accounting, reporting, profit and loss, cost, reconciliation, MIS, risk control, information technology and operations services (including confirmations and settlements) to internal businesses worldwide.   Position Overview   The Accounting Control core responsibility is to ensure the completeness and accuracy of the General Ledger for the transactions and products and provide full balance sheet substantiation for the product-specific accounts.   Role Description As an Accounting Control Senior Analyst, you will reconcile and close the month-end General Ledger for the accounts (BS and P&L) for the Product(s) relating to the Business and Entities within the SLA; You will perform FX Position reconciliation ensuring that breaks are investigated and any aged ones escalated properly. You will investigate and clear exceptions/break items, interacting with T+1, Ops and Transaction Accountants in other locations when necessary; You will be working and coordinating with the P&L teams in making sure that MAFA reconciliation of all forms are clean and aged breaks have clear ownership and defined escalation process (product specific); You will improve processes and linking this to the upstream/downstream processes and outputs (product specific); You will implement standardization (and improvements) to methodologies and outputs (product specific)   Requirements Relevant experience in Product Control or related space Good cultural awareness and able to manage stakeholders across locations Excellent communication skills, fluent in English (written/verbal) Excellent team worker, able to work in virtual global teams and in a matrix organization Open minded, able to share information, transfer knowledge and expertise to team members Flexibility regarding problem solving Keeps pace with technical innovation and market driven initiatives and maintains a broad understanding of the Product Control offering Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.