Deutsche Bank

Corporate Responsibility
Report 2015

Consistent impact monitoring

Our annual Global Impact Tracking (GIT), launched in 2012, evaluates whether our investments are aligned with our strategic goals and monitors all central and regional corporate citizenship investments (2015: 59% of total). The analysis shows that our projects generate a lasting impact on their beneficiaries. Whenever possible, we involve our employees as corporate volunteers.

How we assess the focus and efficiency of our programs
How we assess the focus and efficiency of our programs (chart)How we assess the focus and efficiency of our programs (chart)
Corporate responsibility investments per region
Corporate responsibility investments per region (pie chart)Corporate responsibility investments per region (pie chart)
Input:
Corporate responsibility investments per area of activity
Input: Corporate responsibility investments per area of activity (pie chart)Input: Corporate responsibility investments per area of activity (pie chart)
Motivation of contribution
Motivation of contribution (pie chart)Motivation of contribution (pie chart)
Output:
Beneficiaries in 2015 / 2016
Output: Beneficiaries in 2015/2016 (pie chart)Output: Beneficiaries in 2015/2016 (pie chart)
Impact:
How do our projects impact the beneficiaries?
Impact: How do our projects impact the beneficiaries? (bar chart)Impact: How do our projects impact the beneficiaries? (bar chart)
Trust in Deutsche Bank highly correlates with the assessment of the following statements
Trust in Deutsche Bank highly correlates with the assessment of the following statements (bar chart)Trust in Deutsche Bank highly correlates with the assessment of the following statements (bar chart)
Share of volunteers
Share of volunteers (pie chart)Share of volunteers (pie chart)
Corporate volunteering time invested in 2015
Corporate volunteering time invested in 2015 (pie chart)Corporate volunteering time invested in 2015 (pie chart)
Perceptions of corporate volunteers
Perceptions of corporate volunteers (chart)Perceptions of corporate volunteers (chart)