Deutsche Bank

Corporate Responsibility
Report 2016

Selected non-financial figures

Products and Risks

 

2016

2015

2014

1

Due to re-caregorization of ESG AuM 2014 figures are not comparable

*

information part of KPMG limited assurance process

Employees with completed compliance training, in %

98

99

97

Number of transactions reviewed within the ES Risk Framework*

727

1,346

1,250

 

Dec 31, 2016

Dec 31, 2015

Dec 31, 2014

Assets under management integrating environmental, social, and governance factors in € bn.*

9.9

10

1

All KfW environmental programs, including energy-efficient construction and renovation in € m.

252.9

277.1

304.1

Volume of infrastructure and energy asset financing in US $ bn.

4.3

5.0

4.2

People

 

2016

2015

2014

1

Excluding legal entities outside of DB Corporate Title system, primarily Postbank. DB Investment Services integrated in 2016, Sal. Oppenheim integrated in 2015

Number of branches

2,656

2.790

2.814

thereof in Germany

1,776

1.827

1.845

Number of barrier-free branches in Germany

478

466

469

ATM and banking terminals with braille

4,585

4,628

4,675

Employees (full-time equivalent)

99,744

101,104

98,138

thereof in Germany

44,600

45,757

45,392

Gender diversity1

 

 

 

Female staff in total

41.5%

41.7%

41.7%

Female staff (Officers)

32.8%

32.5%

31.7%

Female Managing Directors and Directors

21.3%

20.5%

19.4%

Female members on Supervisory Board

35%

35%

35%

Female members on Management Board

2

1

0

Training expenses in € m.

77

92

82

Hired global graduates

813

766

577

Share of female hired graduates

38.9%

37.1%

34.3%

Voluntary staff turnover rate

7.2%

7.3%

6.6%

Employees participating in the Bank’s volunteer programs in % of total staff (excluding Postbank)

20%

22%

21%

Total employee donations and matching by Deutsche Bank in € m.

12.6

13.0

12.5

Corporate citizenship

 

2016

2015

2014

1

Made for Good beneficiaries (147.538) tracked separately for the first time in 2016

2

Representative global B2B survey in 16 countries; top 2 ratings on a 5-point scale

*

information part of KPMG limited assurance process.

Total investments in € m.*

73.5

76.8

80.5

Participants in education/Born to Be projects*

1,350,437

1,316,068

1,168,913

Beneficiaries of social projects1*

913,957

988,348

1,593,177

External perception of Deutsche Bank as a responsible corporate citizen (global B2B market2)*

65%

68%

64%