I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details – scheduled to be 2 rounds of phone interview then 2 rounds of tele conferences at their office
Interview Question – So far I passed 2 phones interviews, since its all majors welcome, some non-financial background people might be stuck with the question: what financial instrument are you mostly familiar with? and perform a sales pitch on that View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details – I received an email from Bloomberg only one day after applying online in order to schedule a phone interview. The phone interview consisted of easy questions about my background along with some simple situational prompts - how would you deal with a hostile client? A few days later, I was invited into the NYC office and sat down for a 2-1 interview. The questions were very similar to the phone interviewer's and I thought it went very well. About a week later, I got a rejection email with little explanation.
Interview Question – What do you look for in a manager? Answer Question
Interviewed at Bloomberg L.P.
Interview Details – Got an online test. I didn't really have any experience on my resume but got selected. Thus they probably are giving the tests to a very large amount of people.
Interview Question – Most questions on the basics of C++ and STL, including namespaces, vectors, etc. Answer Question
Interviewed at Bloomberg L.P.
Interview Details – Got an email for a phone interview from HR after 2 weeks of applying. Interview was basically basic questions about you and your CV, why BBG, why this position, etc.
Interview Question – Overall, it was a good experience for me as an entry-level Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details – Was pretty easy phone interview, then on site interview in Princeton. Simple questions with some current events, know what Bloomberg does obviously.
Interview Question – Explain the Euro Crisis Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details – I was contacted by a recruiter at Bloomberg. Later I had a one on one with one of the interviewees
Interview Question – Very easy core C++ questions and data structures problems. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details –
On campus interview.
Submitted resume on campuscareer fair. And got a interview oppotunity at the spot.
Two rounds of interiew, each with two people.
Interview Question –
C++ coding quesions.
Implement integer square root calculation... Answer Question
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details – There are 4 rounds of interview. First round of interview is in a group setting. First they introduce you to the firm by telling you more about themselves through presentation etc. Then, you are asked to introduce yourself. Next, they spilt you up into groups of 4-5 to discuss how you can sell the bloomberg terminal to a supermarket for example. then you have to present your finding
Interview Question – Group case Answer Question
Bloomberg’s global mission is to help individuals, enterprises and governments make smarter, faster, more profitable decisions — first. In order to get there, we need constant ideas, energy, innovation— which is where… — Full Overview
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