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Merrill Lynch PWM Intern Interview

Merrill Lynch PWM Intern
Houston, TX

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

Interview Details – Got the internship through the university or should i say i was chosen by ML recruiter to intern. Interviewed on campus with your typical questions. No useless behavioral questions which was good. I was informed the same day that I would be joining a team of 10 interns for the summer.

Interview Question – If I were to walk up to you in a casual location such as a bar and told you to tell me a bit about yourself, what would you say?   Answer Question

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