Beat the Street II: I-Banking Interview Practice Guide by Lisa Vollmer
By Lisa Vollmer
As probably the most hard and aggressive interviews round, funding banking interviews require huge training. This significant other to overcome the road bargains extra unique factors of the kinds of questions applicants are inclined to come across and sixteen perform interview questions, with in-depth examples of fine and undesirable solutions. BUS037020
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Can you answer detailed questions about the financial projections, transaction structure, and valuation behind each transaction? • For MBA candidates without banking experience: Can you demonstrate a strong enough foundation from your MBA finance and accounting courses to hit the ground running as an associate? • For all candidates: Can you explain complex concepts clearly and concisely, especially when responding to a question you didn’t expect? 53 Why They Matter As we’ve already mentioned, the thoroughness and accuracy of your responses to these questions probably matters a lot less than you’d think—at least if you’re vying for an analyst spot.
Credible. Internally, an investment banker’s quality of life depends largely on her relationships with coworkers, due to the sheer number of hours involved and the highly interactive nature of the work. “I think that’s one thing that’s hard to grasp when you come into this business straight from college,” says one insider. “The quality of your relationships with colleagues is by far more important than the actual job. ” Simply put, you’ll be working extremely closely with your new colleagues for many, many hours.
Here are a few of our other favorites in this category: • What other industries are you considering? • Are you interviewing with consulting firms? Why/why not? 46 • If you’re offered positions with multiple firms, how will you choose among them? • Why should we hire you? Why do you think you’d be good at this? • What do you think you would like most/least about this job? • With which other firms are you interviewing? Have any of them extended offers yet? • Where do you see yourself in 5 years? • Walk me through what you think a typical day is at the office for an analyst/associate.