Deutsche Bank First Looks to Interop, Chatbot Projects After Partnering with Google

The bank will look to enhance existing capabilities and potentially introduce new solutions with Google’s help. 


Deutsche Bank and Google Cloud announced a strategic partnership in July, aiming “to redefine how the bank develops and offers its financial services”. Since then, Deutsche has started to identify areas of its business that present opportunities for co-creation between the two companies on chatbots, natural language processing (NLP), and interoperability initiatives.

Chris Bezuidenhout, chief information officer for corporate and investment banking in Asia-Pacific and emerging markets at

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