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Deutsche Bank to invest $10 million in Florida, employ 350

Staff Writer |
Deutsche Bank held a ribbon cutting ceremony at its Jacksonville, Fl. campus. The bank is on track to create 350 new jobs and will invest more than $10 million in the Jacksonville community over the next two years.

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Deutsche Bank employs more than 1,800 Floridians. Jacksonville is home to Deutsche Bank’s second largest office in the United States and represents the majority of the company’s business and infrastructure functions.

Deutsche Bank provides commercial and investment banking, retail banking, transaction banking and asset and wealth management products and services to corporations, governments, institutional investors, small and medium-sized businesses, and private individuals.

Leslie Slover, Regional Head of Jacksonville and Cary, NC, for Deutsche Bank said, “A key part of our global strategy is to optimize Deutsche Bank’s geographical footprint, and we’re pleased that Jacksonville continues to be a core location in this initiative.

“With the leasing of 5201 Gate Parkway, we are expanding our local presence, and we’ll now have the ability to increase our capacity and build a more extensive and comprehensive operation in Jacksonville.”


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