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REFLECTION ON MOCK INTERVIEWS 1 REFLECTION ON MOCK INTERVIEWS By Course: Professor: Institution: Location of the Institution: Date:
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REFLECTION ON MOCK INTERVIEWS REFLECTION ON MOCK INTERVIEWS What job/position did you choose for the mock interview? Why? I chose financial analyst post for the mock interview. Three reasons made me choose the financial analyst post over many other posts in the banking sector. First, I am a big fan of numbers, I have realized that even in my course books I am always crunching numbers and making projections. It is my understanding that as a financial analyst, I will be required to understand the market movements, both macro and micro, and so being a lover of numbers and with a comprehension about numbers will help me a great deal. A second reason I chose this post is that I am a lover of reading and anything books. Financial analysts are readers, and that is what I would love to become. The reading that financial analysts are involved in is not fun reading but reading that they may make an informed decision from their understanding of what they just read. Thirdly and most importantly, my father was a financial analyst, and that is primarily one person who made me love his job. Although he worked in the insurance industry, I have always wanted to be his child who fills his huge shoes. What skills and personal qualities are required for this position? Which of these do you still need to develop?
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REFLECTION ON MOCK INTERVIEWS For financial analysts to compete effectively in the banking sector, they need a myriad of personal and expertise qualities so that they do not misadvise the corporations they work in. Financial analysts, as the name suggests are required to be able to break down the most complex financial issues into understandable components which the management can easily comprehend. Over and above the financial analysis skills, data analysis is another skill which is a financial analyst requires. This amounts to reading and interpreting huge amounts delivered to the corporation and distil the same into meaningful, actionable conclusions.
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  • Spring '18
  • Semi-structured interview, Financial services, Documentary film techniques, Mock interviews, Reflection On Mock Interviews

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