Undergraduate class of 2022 and 2023,
As part of Deutsche Bank’s engagement with JumpStart, we are hosting a Zoom session to feature their 2021 summer internship program for undergraduate students prior to the application deadline.
On Friday, May 15, we expect to cover the following with Deutsche Bank.
- Deutsche Bank Overview and Recruiting Process
- Internship Roles areas (Investment Banking and Fixed Income)
- “A Day in the Life of an Analyst” from two separate internship areas
- Q&A with the recruiter and analysts
- Guidance for the summer 2021 internship application deadline (May 25)
Specifically, (if you have not done so already), you will need to complete the Company 60-second interest survey and register for the following Zoom sessions by Sunday, May 10th.
Space is limited, so sign up on the Zoom Links below to indicate plans to participate.
Deutsche Bank Internship Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JmpStrtDeutscheBank
Topic: JumpStart Your Summer 2021 Internship Recruiting w/Deutsche Bank
When: May 15, 2020, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time
A summary of the two separate internship programs can be referenced below.
Internship – Investment Banking Corporate Finance
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 recognize 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 buy side and sell side advisory services for mergers and acquisitions, restructuring advisory, debt and equity capital raising services and structured equity transactions. We are able to advise on innovative cross-border and regional transactions in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Our 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 customers achieve their financial goals. You will gain experience in different areas of our business and discover our market-leading solutions first hand. Tasks may include evaluating companies, developing models for M&A transactions, preparing industry analyses for pitches, or getting involved in the execution of live deals.
Internship – Fixed Income Sales, Trading, and Structuring
Fixed Income & Currencies (FIC) brings together a top-ranked institutional sales force, world-class research with trading and structuring expertise across Foreign Exchange, Rates, Credit and Emerging Markets. The Fixed Income & Currencies business enables Deutsche Bank to respond to increasing automation, regulatory expectations and client demand for standardization and transparency in execution across fixed income, currency and emerging markets.
Our interns are given the opportunity to learn about the different fixed income products along with the different profiles of our team members, including Sales, Trading & Structuring. Starting with up to a week of classroom-based training, you’ll then complete up to [THREE] rotations across FIC.
Your day-to-day tasks will vary depending on your role (Sales, Trading & Structuring) and which desk you are with,
- Trading: Focused on origination, pricing, execution and risk management
- Sales: Focused on client relationship management & connectivity, driving both origination & distribution for the FIC business lines
- Structuring: Focused on origination, structuring, underwriting and syndication of a range of financing products
Whichever areas you experience, the internship is an ideal way of finding out whether a career in these businesses meets your needs and aspirations.