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Deutsche Bank Says Women Hold Nearly 21% of Top U.S. Roles

  • Black staff account for roughly 5% of high-ranking executives
  • Lender offers first glimpse of U.S. employee demographics
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Deutsche Bank AG’s female employees in the U.S. represent about 21% of the firm’s top ranks and Black people account for around 5%, according to data released by the bank for the first time Friday.

For the U.S. as a whole, 37% of staff are women and 8% are Black. There were no Asian or Latinx employees among senior and executive leadership, even though Asian people represent almost 28% of the German bank’s workforce and Latinx people account for a little more than 9%. Less than a 10th of 1% of the bank’s U.S. workforce identified as Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and the same was true for Native Americans and Alaskan Natives.