Why Deutsche Bank Securities for Investment Banking? / Overview of Deutsche Bank Securities
Deutsche Bank Securities is a global German investment bank, dual-listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. Its parent Deutsche Bank also provides services in corporate banking, private banking, and asset management.
Remember that in order to craft a great answer to the common question "Why this Firm?", it's your responsibility to read articles and speak with employees. If you are interviewing with Deutsche Bank Securities, you should make sure you know:
1 deal that the investment banking group has done
1 person at the firm (ideally someone who would have influence over your recruiting process)
1 business model-specific detail to mention
We articulate how you can answer this question thoughtfully in our Investment Banking Course. We also cover all technical and qualitative information you need to get a top investment banking offer.
Deutsche Bank acted as financial advisor and provided debt financing to Madison Dearborn Partners on its acquisition of money transfer company MoneyGram.
Transaction Description: Madison Dearborn Partners acquired MoneyGram International, Inc. (NASDAQ:MGI) from Donerail Group LP and others at $11.00 per share.
Transaction Value: US$1.8B, all cash
Transaction Date: Announced February 2022
Company Name: Deutsche Bank Securities (part of Deutsche Bank AG)
Description: Deutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank and financial services company
Bank Category: Bulge Bracket
Ticker: NYSE:DB and ETR:DBK
Founded: 1973 (for Deutsche Bank Securities)
Employees: 85,000 (for Deutsche Bank AG)
Chief Executive Officer: Christian Sewing
Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany
Based on the H1B Database, the average base salary for an Analyst at Deutsche Bank is $85k - $110k.