Deutsche Bank has been present in Romania since 1998. It delivers tailor made products and solutions in Corporate and Investment Banking and Transaction Banking to its corporate and institutional clients as well as Private Wealth Management to private clients.

Historically, Deutsche Bank has been a long-standing partner to the Romanian government, assisting with some of the most strategically important financing transactions for Romania (energy, transportation, social housing).

In September 2013, Deutsche Bank expanded its presence in Romania and established DB Global Technology, its technology centre in Bucharest, mainly specialised in developing financial and banking software applications.

Learn more about Bucharest Technology Centre here.

Bucharest DB information

Employee population: +1,000 employees and partners

  • DB Global Technology

    DB Global Technology is Deutsche Bank’s technology centre in Central and Eastern Europe. Opened in 2013, the centre develops cutting-edge software applications for the bank’s global operations, building and running projects independently from start to finish.

    The multi-talented and multi-faceted team in Bucharest covers a wide-range of disciplines: project management, IT architecture, business and technology analysis, software development, quality assurance and testing. Having SCRUM as an Agile practice, the centre masters a large area of technologies and develops applications for Private Bank, Corporate Bank, Anti-Financial Crime, Compliance, Treasury, Cyber Security, Cloud and Platform Technology.

    Bucharest Technology Centre is an essential part of the bank’s technology transformation, by consistently delivering innovative, efficient, flexible and scalable solutions in response to Deutsche Bank’s business needs

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Bucharest information

City population: 2,2 million

Bucharest is the capital city as well as and the economic, administrative, and cultural centre of Romania. It is located in the southeast part of the country, and lies on the banks of Dâmboviţa River, a tributary of the Danube. Between the two World Wars, the city’s elegant architecture, the art nouveau palaces, and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of “Little Paris” or “Paris of the East”.  

  • Business

    Bucharest’s economy is mainly centred on services (over 70% of the employees), followed by construction, manufacturing and public administration.

    The capital city is the most important financial hub, and the largest centre for information technology and communications with a highly educated workforce.

    The average commute time is 45 minutes.

  • Education

    The most important centres for higher education are the Politehnica University of Bucharest (founded 1818), the University of Bucharest (founded 1864 from institutions dating to 1694), the School of Economics, and the Medical University. In addition, there are several academies in both arts and sciences, numerous research institutes, three central libraries, and a large number of public library units

  • Culture

    Bucharest is a lively city, with vibrant culture where a rich history merges with its modern identity.

    The confluence of architecture is fascinating with Byzantine buildings, Art Nouveau mansions and spectacular Neoclassical facades blending together.

Did you know that...

... The Romanian Athenaeum, founded in 1852, hosts George Enescu International Festival among other locations. Many of the city’s theatres have long traditions, such as the Opera House, the State Jewish Theatre and the “I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre, the latter being a long-term partner of Bucharest technology Centre

... Among the many museums is the Art Museum of Romania which maintains large collections of national, European, and East Asian art. A highly original ethnographic collection, the Village Museum (1936) is made up of peasant houses brought from various parts of the country.

... Bucharest has over 30 large parks and gardens, such as Cișmigiu Gardens - the city’s first public garden, opened in 1854 –, Herăstrau Park, built around a lake and spreading on over 17 ha, or Carol Park, designed by a French landscape artist in 1900.

Office location

Deutsche Bank AG
Bd. Ion Mihalache 15-17
Bucharest Tower Center, 16th Floor
011171 Bucharest, Sector 1

Phone number: +40 21 206 23 00

DB Global Technology SRL
6A Dimitrie Pompeiu Blvd, 2nd District
020337 Bucharest

Phone number: +40 (31) 222-4000