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DB Global Technology creates a new technology hub in Bucharest

DB Global Technology, Deutsche Bank's technology centre in Bucharest, has inaugurated a new research and development hub.

2017-09-06 16:09:52

The new Bucharest Technology Hub is part of Deutsche Bank's commitment to the local technology and start-up sector. It supports the international network of Deutsche Bank innovation labs in New York, Silicon Valley, Berlin and London in their efforts to increase innovation within the bank.

"The technology centre in Bucharest is amongst Deutsche Bank's most diverse, vibrant and creative spaces," said Kim Hammonds, Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Management Board of Deutsche Bank. "By providing a strong base for innovation in the region and helping to develop the local fintech community, the centre is supporting our ambitions to become a technology-led company."

The new Bucharest unit aims to offer both the centre's professionals and local IT and technology start-ups access to a state-of-the-art research and development environment. It also works closely with the Deutsche Bank innovation labs to apply the best solutions from the global innovation eco-systems to address business challenges and opportunities within the bank.

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