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RBS Global Banking & Markets Program (GBM) Interview

RBS Global Banking & Markets Program (GBM)
New York, NY

I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Royal Bank of Scotland in October 2010.

Interview Details – After submitting my application/CV through my university career website, I was informed that I was given an on-campus interview. The interview consisted of a 2:1 interview, with a recent grad from my university who was working where I applied, and a senior member from another office. The interview was about 30 minutes, and was mainly fit (they did toss a brain teaser in as well). On the whole, the interviewers looked for primarily people centered and educated in finance, and a strong background and prior work experience in either investment banking or capital markets seemed to be extremely advantageous.

Interview Question – I don't see anything on your resume that would lead me to believe that you are interested in investment banking. Can you please explain why you want to work in the field?   View Answer

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Global Markets - Analyst Interview

Global Markets - Analyst
London, England (UK)

The process took a day - interviewed at Royal Bank of Scotland in November 2009.

Interview Details – Initial first interview consists of mainly competency style questions posed to you from 2 personnel, followed by an shl test and an able test.

Interview is quite ok, dont lie and dont fabricate. The people seem quite proud of what they do and are very willing to talk abt it. so always ask questions!

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