Deutsche Bank dbAchieve Internship Program – IB: Corporate Finance - New York - 2024
You must apply directly to the DB Careers webpage in order to be considered. If you only apply via Handshake or your school website, you will not be considered.
The dbAchieve Program:
dbAchieve is an eight-week internship. Alongside some of the brightest minds in the industry, you’ll work on real projects while learning how we create innovative solutions for our clients. Designed to include a diverse range sophomore student talent (for example, students who identify as women, Black, Latinx/Hispanic, LGBTQI, veterans, people with disabilities, or are diverse in other ways), dbAchieve will show you how our culture inspires people from all backgrounds to bring their perspectives.
About the business division:
Our Corporate Finance business provides the full range of advisory and financing products and services of a leading global investment bank. Our clients include large-cap and mid-cap corporates, financial institutions, governments, government agencies and financial sponsors.
We recognise that selecting the right investment banking partner can be the key to a company’s success. Our relationships are enhanced by industry sector, country and regional expertise, closely aligned to high-quality client solutions. We offer both buyside and sellside advisory services for mergers and acquisitions, restructuring advisory, debt and equity capital raising services (including our dedicated Environmental Social Governance (ESG) solutions) and structured equity transactions. We are able to advise on innovative cross-border and regional transactions in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Division specifics about the intern role:
Our dbAchieve interns are given the opportunity to learn about our business from different viewpoints, giving you a career advantage. Working on our day-to-day business as well as on special projects, you will contribute to the innovation of new ideas to help our business grow and our customers achieve their financial goals. You will gain experience in different areas of our business and discover our market-leading solutions firsthand.
What we look for:
dbAchieve is designed for a diverse range of talent (for example, students who identify as women, Black, Latinx/Hispanic, LGBTQI, veterans, people with disabilities, or diverse in other ways). It is also open to students who can show a passionate commitment to diversity.
We recruit students and graduates who are intelligent and adaptable with excellent communication skills. They have degrees in many different disciplines. Even though good levels of numeracy are important for some roles, you won’t necessarily need a formal mathematical or financial background. Our comprehensive training program will give you all the technical knowledge you’ll need to build a career with us.
Please note that to apply for our 2024 dbAchieve program you must be a Sophomore student graduating between December 2025 – May 2026.
Our Well-being is our success:
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 programs centered around well-being.
Financial well-being: A range of benefits including pension, life assurance, insurance for accident and disability, and in select locations we offer an employee share purchase plan and flexible benefit plans.
Comprehensive life and health: Medical insurance, preventative health checks, flu vaccinations and Employee Assistance Program. Mental health first aiders and company doctors available is select countries.
Parental benefits: Parental leave based on caregiver responsibility, maternity cover, phased back to work arrangements post parental leave, childcare leave and additional support offered in some countries.
Generous time: Annual leave, sick leave, and in select locations, well-being leave, family care and elder care leave.
Hybrid work model: For qualifying roles, eligible employees can work remotely based on divisional and country guidelines.
How to apply:
Please visit www.careers.db.com/students-graduates to apply.
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The annualized salary for this position is $90,000. Posted Salary ranges do not include incentive compensation or any other type of renumeration.
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