- Job Description:
- Deutsche Bank Internship (f/m/x) in Group Strategic Analytics 2024
Locations: Berlin, Frankfurt, Bonn
Duration: 2–6 months, period to be agreed individuallyAbout your internship:
The Deutsche Bank Internship Programme is designed to help you develop your skills through practical insights into day-to-day business, formal training and continuous support. You’ll quickly gain the confidence to take on real projects by learning first-hand how and what we deliver for clients worldwide. You’ll feel supported by colleagues from across our business and start to develop your professional network.About Group Strategic Analytics (GSA):
You will work in Group Strategic Analytics (GSA) which provides analytics, modelling and associated implementation skills for all divisions of Deutsche Bank. GSA is an organisational part of the Risk division, where nearly 4,000 employees work together to achieve our ambition to be an industry-leading risk management organisation.
Within GSA, we develop mathematical models to measure consistent fashion risks for Deutsche Bank. Our primary stakeholders are the Risk division as well as the Finance division, providing risk managers with fit-for-purpose tools when it comes to allocating resources, managing risk appetite and making well-judged credit decisions. In addition, GSA ensures that all models developed within the division fulfil external (in particular regulatory and accounting) requirements as well as internal requirements (data accessibility, structure of models, etc).
The models within the remit of GSA focus on credit risk (Internal Ratings-based Approaches, Economic Capital), Market Risk (Kanon), on operational risk (Advanced Measurement Approach, Economic Capital), on forecasts and risks to revenues (Capital Planning, stress testing) as well as customer behaviour which lead to management challenges in the banking book (early repayments, overnight deposits). We are a global team with locations in Germany, India, US and UK.Division specifics about your role:
Our interns are given the opportunity to learn about our business from different viewpoints. Working on our day-to-day business as well as on special projects you will gain a broad insight into the Risk function. In doing so, you will support the innovative realignment of this dynamic and sensitive area with your ideas. Depending on the field of activity, you will be able to contribute your analytical skills. You will observe market developments, identify risks and their driving forces, calculate potential risk exposure and set risk appetites, develop mathematical models and formulate solutions to mitigate the financial and non-financial risks the bank faces.What we look for:
Our Wellbeing is our success:
- You are at least in your third semester and are studying a quantitative discipline (e.g. Mathematical Finance / Statistics / Econometrics) with focus on application of theoretical knowledge into practice?
- Do you have IT / data management skills of relevant statistical software packages (SAS, Python) with ability to process and structure large amount of data appreciated?
- Are your analytical skills as well-developed as your ability to solve problems efficiently?
- Are you fluent in written and spoken English?
Feeling healthy, engaged and well-supported, enables us to do our best work and get the most out of life outside of the office. That’s why Deutsche Bank is committed to providing benefits and programmes centred around wellbeing.
Your further internship benefits:
How to apply:
- Competitive salary
- Flexible working conditions e.g. remote working (depending on role)
- Professional skill training, learning portal
- Regular offers as part of our retention programme for interns (dbSteps Community, networking events, Twin Day)
- Experienced mentor and graduate buddy from day one
Please visit https://careers.db.com/students-graduates/#/graduate/ to apply.A notice on Recruitment Scams:
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