Intelligence Associate within Deutsche Bank.

Please see details below of a new opportunity at Deutsche Bank.

IF you would like to be considered for the role please either email a copy of
your current CV to or call 020 7545 5811

I look forward to hearing from you

Kindest Regards

David Ascott

Introduction: The Protective Intelligence (PI) section of CSBC is responsible for
providing data and analysis for threat trends, patterns, indications and warnings
to internal and selected external clients, enhancing the protection of people,
processes, information and infrastructure. The globally distributed nature of the
firm’s operations requires regional presence in key areas. This position will be in
New York and support operations in hub locations in London, Singapore,
Frankfurt, New York and Mumbai.
Key Attributes Required: The skill set for the Intelligence Associate role
includes some mandatory items.
􀂄 The candidate must be able to communicate fluently in written and spoken
English. The ability to delivery smoothly edited reports, concepts and
recommendations is a critical skill. Strong skills in the use of Microsoft Office
components are required, including Powerpoint, Word and Excel. The
candidate must have a fundamental understanding of web based publishing
and content management.
􀂄 The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of security matters
as they relate to multinational corporate interests.
􀂄 Candidates must be able to communicate across financial and security
domains, and demonstrate the acumen necessary to interface credibly with
DB internal customers (i.e. security, business and infrastructure
representatives). An understanding of the investment banking business model
and the associated key business activity streams and products required is
􀂄 The candidate must be able to hold a passport and be able to travel
internationally, with an emphasis on the selected region. Language skills are
an advantage.
Position Roles & Responsibilities:
􀂃 The Intelligence Associate (IA) has a multidisciplinary role. Project
Management, Negotiation Skills, Presentation Skills and Analytical abilities
are all incorporated into this position.
􀂃 The IA will have three principal duties, including direct support to the Global
Head of PI, direct support to Protective Intelligence regional representatives
and delivery of the Protective Intelligence web portal.
􀂃 The Intelligence team develops a rigorous set of DB-specific, business
focused security intelligence requirements aligned to support the protective
functions of Corporate Security and Business Continuity including the
following activity streams:
o Crisis Management
o Business Continuity Management
o Event & Executive Protection
o Building Protection
o Information Protection
o Fraud Prevention & Investigations
􀂃 The IA will report to the Global Head of Protective Intelligence (CSBC). The
Candidate can expect to work closely with both the business revenue
generating front office, operations, and other infrastructure functions
(Facilities, Sourcing, Operational Risk Management, IT, etc.). Support to
Deutsche Bank's strategy of aggressive organic growth and bolt-on
acquisitions and outsourcing initiatives in emerging markets is an important
work stream in this position.
Location, Compensation and Travel
􀂃 The main PI effort will be located at DB branch locations in London, New
York, Singapore, Frankfurt and Mumbai, with increasing support to
expanding DB franchises, particularly in the region's emerging markets. At
Deutsche Bank, CSBC resides with the Legal, Risk, and Capital (LRC)
function under the management responsibility of the Group Chief Risk
􀂃 The ability to travel internationally and regionally is mandatory. Travel
requirements may average 10%, and surge to over 25% in response to
crises or emergent requirements.
A mate of mine is working his notice there. He reckons its not a nice place to work- often worked so late he ended up sleeping at his desk.
Private_Pike said:
A mate of mine is working his notice there. He reckons its not a nice place to work- often worked so late he ended up sleeping at his desk.
I think you'll find that's true with all of the first-tier investment banks. Al lot of the people I work with work until the early hours or pull all-nighters.

The up-side is the annual bonus.
That's why you go to can only work while the markets are open.

DB is very a very political organisation, and has had some unwanted internal "security"related issues recently .

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