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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in San Francisco, CA Jan 2008 – Reviewed Sep 8, 2010
Interview Details – I received the interview by first completing a finance test and scoring well. During the interview, I met with several employees including the finance manager, an analyst, the accounting manager and the CFO. Overall, I thought the interview was pretty fair and not too intense. The company was very prompt in providing next steps for me, and worked with me on work authorization issues. I am very glad I chose Babcock & Brown, and am happy they gave me a chance to prove myself in a very challenging job.
Interview Question – The technical test, on various aspects of finance including interest rates and weighted averages. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Miami, FL Apr 2008 – Reviewed Apr 29, 2010
Interview Details – Gained interview from a personal contact. Initial interview was by telephone with a follow up interview a few days later. Company did a background check and then an offer was made. Negotiated over the offer package for week or so before working things out. I followed this up with a week of training at the head office.
Interview Question – Why do you want to leave your current job and join us? How long can you commit to working for us? Answer Question
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