Cary – Our Technology Hub in the Americas
City Population: 174,700
North Carolina has been a hub of technological development ever since the 1950s when three top research universities referred to the nearby region in the state as the “Research Triangle.” Today, the Triangle Region has a diverse business ecosystem with over 7,000 companies, spanning multiple industries such as Technology, Software, Smart Grid Technology and Biomedical. So, when Deutsche Bank needed to expand its technology presence in the Americas, the Research Triangle was a perfect fit.
In 2009, Deutsche Bank opened its technology center in Cary, North Carolina focused exclusively on application development that supports global client systems and drives innovation around Cloud, Data and AI/ML applications. The Cary Tech Hub has a robust, hands-on engineering culture dedicated to continuous learning, knowledge-sharing, technical skill development and networking.
The Tech Hub is an essential part of the bank’s technology and develops applications for important business areas such as Risk Finance Treasury Technology, Investment Bank, Corporate Bank, Chief Technology Office, Chief Operating Office, Cyber Intelligence Security Office and Google Cloud Platform Learning.
Working in Cary
Learning is a key element of our people strategy and we have a variety of options for you to develop professionally. We have dedicated career paths for engineers striving for technical excellence. We offer plenty of learning opportunities, tech talks, courses and internal competitions that drive our culture of innovation and positive impact. Additionally, we have yearly hackathons and regular engineering days taking place across the bank for you to take part in.
We strive to offer you an engaging, individual, and varied learning experience at every stage of your career with us.
Our future of work is flexible
Our approach to the future of work champions flexibility and is rooted in the understanding that there have been dramatic shifts in the ways we work. In 2021 we implemented a hybrid working model where eligible employees can work remotely for part of the week and leverage the benefits of in-person collaboration on other days. The hybrid model provides the best of both worlds: increased flexibility while still ensuring opportunities for personal connections to enrich our distinct culture.
We're investing in women in STEM
The Cary Technology Hub is dedicated to giving women equal opportunities to pursue and thrive in STEM careers. Our people are actively engaged in STEM mentorship programs and partner directly with public schools to support STEM curriculum development and practical hands-on activities like coding competitions. We believe that we have a responsibility to increase the level of female technology talent – regardless of whether they end up at Deutsche Bank or not.
Learn how were driving greater gender balance in technology.
A place to be
As one of the fastest-growing cities in the south, Cary is a thriving community of more than 175,000 residents. Its proximity to Raleigh, the Research Triangle Park, and RDU International Airport makes it a highly attractive destination to the more than 7,000 businesses that reside there.
The Research Triangle is home to some of the nation’s top universities—Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, which are all within an hour’s drive from Cary. The broader North Carolina region is a leader in secondary education with 149 colleges and universities that offer a diverse range of studies. A standout amongst historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) North Carolina has twelve HBCUs, including the oldest in the South, Shaw University, founded in 1865.
Environment & Travel
Centrally located, Cary has immediate access to the diverse geography of North Carolina including its stunning beaches and the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. The mild climate allows residents to take part in year-round recreational activities like hiking, camping, whitewater rafting, surfing, fishing, and kayaking. The family-friendly atmosphere is supported by more than 2,688 acres of parks and 152 miles of greenway for families and residents to enjoy.
Arts & Culture
Consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the US, Cary has a variety of cultural offerings including art museums, performing arts centers, theatres, art galleries and the most live music venues across the state. The thriving sports scene includes a range of options, with its competitive college athletics, the NHL's Carolina Hurricanes, professional soccer teams and Carolina Mudcats a minor league baseball team. NC is also known for its wide variety of food from its signature barbecue and locally founded fast food joints to countless seafood options. It’s also home to an enormous craft beer brewing scene and plenty of wineries.
Our Early Careers programs
If you are still in school or about to graduate our Early Career programs provide great opportunities to kick off your career. We offer job training, exposure to stimulating projects, and the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills you need by working together with experienced professionals. You can choose to join us through an internship, as a working student or in our one year long graduate programs after you graduate.
Did you know that…
NC was the #2 state for Women in the Tech Industry with 35.4% of workforce and #7 state in total Tech Industry employment growth in 2021
The Deutsche Bank Cary Tech hub are members and strong supporters of the North Carolina Technology Association, which includes 600+ member companies, organizations and institutions employing more than 200,000 workers in North Carolina. Learn more about them here
North Carolina is one of the most ecologically diverse states in the US with 4,000+ plant species across the highest mountain peaks down to the Atlantic coast.
Famous inventions from North Carolina include Pepsi, Krispy Kreme donuts, putt-putt golf and barcodes. North Carolina is the leading grower of sweet potatoes in the United States.
The Wright brothers completed their first flight at Kitty Hawk on North Carolina's Outer Banks on Dec. 17, 1903