Vault Guide to Finance Interviews (Vault Career Library)
|Rating||:||4.11 (629 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
Winston Kotzan said Everything you need to know, but not enough!. The Vault Guide to Finance Interviews is an essential read for any college student trying to start off his or her career with a high powered job in the world of banking or investing. This is particularly useful for those seeking a job in the investment banking field, trading, equities research, or anything closely related to Wall Street.The guide helps by telling what sort of unpleasant surprises to expect from the interview process. If you haven't had any interviews or hadn't attended an interviewing class or workshop, you wi. "Don't waste your time and money on this one" according to Old-and-Wise. If you absolutely have no idea what "finance" is, you might want to check out this book at your local friendly public library. Otherwise, check out other finance career guides. This book is a waste of time and much of the stuff is either inaccurate or not useful at all. I know because I sit on the other side of the table at finance interviews: I'm a seasoned interviewer. (In fact I'm better at recruiting at doing my real job Sigh.) Let me tell you this: yes, I (and my fellow Wall Street interviewers) will ask some of the basic. College Senior said A very good start. I'll be working for Morgan next year and I really credit this book. I had only taken a couple finance classes two years ago so this was a nice refresher. It provides a great summary of all the equations and relationships that you need to memorize for i-banking interviews. Read it carefully but also stay up on your WSJ. You'll need to talk current events and not just formulas.
This unique guide is loaded with sample questions, charts, formulas, and frameworks covering everything from accounting concepts to bond pricing, interest and exchange rate. Job seekers can prep for their tough finance interviews with investment banks and investment management firms.