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Economic growth – slow sailing ahead? Find out more in Deutsche AWM’s new CIO View
Trend growth appears to be slowing in the industrialized world. Is this development temporary or permanent?
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Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank offers students a new way to learn about Shakespeare - through a fast-paced, contemporary production. It aims to inspire greater academic achievement in the classroom. Nearly 20,000 young people from London and Birmingham have seen Othello live on stage this year - for many of the teenagers it was their first experience of live theatre.

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is part of Born to Be, Deutsche Bank's youth engagement programme: https://www.db.com/unitedkingdom/content/en/born_to_be.html
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How is digitalisation changing the way we take photos? In our new #EconomyStories video, Björn Bollensdorff, founder of Panono, talks about his company’s aim to capture memories in a 360-degree panorama picture. Watch more from this series:  http://ow.ly/M3r1N
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What drives young entrepreneurs? What lies behind their ideas? Nils Wagner, founder of Paprcuts, talks about the launch of his own company: “In retrospect, my decision to start this business was probably crazy and naive, but at the same time it was the best decision I’ve ever made”.

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Sunday, May 17, was International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia (IDAHOT). Over 3,000 Deutsche Bank employees from more than 41 cities across 25 countries showed their support for a diverse and inclusive corporate culture by wearing purple to work during the week before.
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“The digital society lives from sharing.” In our new #EconomyStories video, digital brand adviser Marco Petracca talks about new kinds of expertise and the networking of knowledge in the digital age. 

Marco Petracca will be discussing the question of how small companies can profit from digitalisation at re:publica15, which is officially partnered by Deutsche Bank https://re-publica.de/en

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“The magic of a story will always somehow be there.” In our new #EconomyStories video, Markus Peichl from the LeadAcademy talks about the future of digital storytelling and reflects on how we reach people in today’s virtual society.
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What does design mean in the digital age? And how can it help us to experience technology in a more individualised way? Find out the answers to these and other questions in our new #EconomyStories video. Watch more from this series: http://ow.ly/M3r1N
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Polls show that the euro is popular. Nevertheless, there is considerable debate about the pros and cons of the Eurozone. A fiscal union could help reduce political tensions. Find out more in Deutsche AWM’s new CIO View.
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Die Fiskalunion gilt als wichtiger Schritt in Richtung einer stabilen Währungsunion.
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Does the #China -led Asian infrastructure investment Bank really make an end to the existing western-dominated financial order? Take a look at the lead story of Konzept - and more food for thought in issue 4. #dbKonzept  https://www.dbresearch.de/konzept_landing_en
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How can cities benefit from digitalisation? And how can private investors support the development of modern infrastructures? Answers to these and other questions in our new #EconomyStories video.
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How can digitalisation change our healthcare systems? Shari Langemak, Editorial Director at Medscape Germany, explains in our new #EconomyStories video. Watch more from this series: http://ow.ly/LQDu5
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Welcome to Deutsche Bank´s global Google+ page.

Our vision
We aspire to be the leading client-centric global universal bank.

We serve shareholders best by putting our clients first and by building a global network of balanced businesses underpinned by strong capital and liquidity.


Our business
Deutsche Bank is well positioned with a presence in over 70 countries and substantial revenue streams from all the major regions of the world. Our core businesses are as follows.

Corporate Banking & Securities consists of Markets andCorporate Finance. Markets combines the sales, trading and structuring of a wide range of financial products. Corporate Finance is responsible for mergers and acquisitions, including advisory debt and equity issuance and capital markets coverage.

Global Transaction Banking provides commercial banking products and services to corporate and financial institutions worldwide.

Asset & Wealth Management supports high and ultra high net worth individuals, retail and institutional clients across the globe. It provides a broad range of services from traditional to alternative investment products and integrated wealth management services.

Private & Business Clients provides a broad range of banking services to private individuals and smalland medium-sized businesses.

Our infrastructure functions, such as Risk, Group Technology & Operations and Human Resources, are the core of our day-to-day business, and allow us to set the standards in global banking.

We also have a number of subsidiary businesses which are legally owned entities of Deutsche Bank AG.

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Community Rules:

The purpose of our Google+ page is to foster dialogue and provide information, entertainment and fun for those interested in learning more about Deutsche Bank. We have implemented a few rules to ensure that this interaction is as enjoyable as possible:

·        Please treat others with friendliness, respect and tolerance.

·        We represent “passion to perform”, so we’re looking forward to seeing how passionately you feel about different topics. One thing we would ask, however, is that comments remain constructive.

·        Help is always welcome! Feel free to help anyone who has a question.

·        Some of your questions require feedback from colleagues from different corporate divisions, so it could take some time before we can provide an answer. We will make every effort to get back to you within 24 hours.

·        Please remember that there is no way to guarantee data security in a public network. As a result, please do not post any private contact or account-related information. We recommend that you keep confidential information such as log-in data and passwords private.

·        Our Google+ page is not intended to be a way to contact us regarding business, or a source of information about customer relations. For your safety, all posts about these issues will be deleted. If you would like to contact us about these issues, please use our customer service or contact your customer service representative at your local bank branch.

The following posts do not belong on Deutsche Bank’s Google+ page:

·        Insults, verbal attacks or degrading statements;

·        Statements that infringe laws, e.g. which encourage people to commit crimes, posts which are unsuitable for minors, posts which infringe personal rights, content which infringes copyright laws or the data privacy of third parties;

·        Incitement to hatred, racism, obscenity; discriminatory or pornographic content;

·        Incorrect, fraudulent, misleading or other dubious content which does not foster fair and open dialogue;

·        Spam or irrelevant comments which do not pertain to a post or comment made by us or another participant;

·        Commercial or private solicitations or offers of goods and services, or improper use as an advertisement for websites or services; or

·        Content which contains viruses or Trojan horses, which links to damaging websites or which is otherwise capable of hampering the performance of this Google+ page.

Deutsche Bank is not responsible for user-generated content or for direct/indirect links to other websites. Deutsche Bank reserves the right to adapt the contents of this page as it sees fit, in line with Google’s terms of use and our own community rules, and, in the event of an infringement of these rules, to delete offending posts. If you notice any content that contravenes our community rules, please contact us at social.media@db.com and tell us about the offending content.

Deutsche Bank employees must not publish internal, confidential or secret information on the internet. All employees are responsible for their own posts, and employees must respect all of the bank’s internal and legal regulations regarding the publishing of information.

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·        Posts made by individual employees do not necessarily represent the official opinion of Deutsche Bank.

·        Deutsche Bank’s posts on our Google+ page do not represent a business proposal, recommendation, placement or anything else pertaining to sales. Nor do they represent a sales offer, a transaction or assurances. They should not be used as suggestions upon which to base business strategies. The provided posts and information should not be seen as advice regarding investment options.

·        Assumptions, estimations and opinions contained in Deutsche Bank’s posts and announcements represent the current viewpoint of the poster at the time of publication. They may change without notification.

·        When Deutsche Bank posts are published, they are also subject to additional, associated legal constraints and disclaimers, and to the information contained in these posts.

·        Deutsche Bank’s other regulations for publishing information also apply. This information is available here.