Deutsche Bank

Human Resources
Report 2017

Training

In 2017, Deutsche Bank invested a total of €74 million in training for its employees. Due to a more intensive use of digital delivery methods and a stronger focus on leader-led development programs within the organization, the bank was able to continue to successfully reduce costs compared to prior years (2016: €77 million; 2015: €92 million), while offering a broader and high-quality range of training programs.

Training
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Key areas for 2017 were governance, risk management and compliance training as well as core skills, highlighting the positive impact of the Digital Curriculum and a significant drive for training to be captured in the Connect2Learn platform. Overall, attendance increased by 18% over the previous year. All courses, including compliance training, are available via Connect2Learn. The system’s personalized dashboard shows employees all mandatory online compliance and regulatory training courses they need to complete, and enables managers to view the training status of all their team members.

Training attendance

in k

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

1

Includes product training, technical training, leadership & management training and personal development; 2017 excluding product training conducted via videos, articles etc. in Spain

Governance, Risk Management & Compliance

1,130.8

935.4

703.2

534.8

447.5

Non-regulatory related trainings1

257.3

241.9

203.9

189.4

219.7

Total

1,388.1

1,177.3

907.1

724.2

667.2