I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Citadel Investment in October 2009.
Interview Details –
Citadel recruited for the FTAP program at my University. The first round interview consisted of a 30 minute behavioural and a 30 minute technical with a HR representative and then a FTAP alumni. The technical interview was fairly easy - mostly talked about your background in various fields and probed deeply in topics that the interviewer was interested in.
I was invited to a final round in Chicago. That was three technical interviews of 45 minutes each with a 15 minute behavioural with each interviewer. Similar format as the first round.
Interview Question – Write code to multiply two matrices. View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Citadel Investment in October 2009.
Interview Details –
I was contacted by Citadel after a career fair. First I was invited to an info session which was very helpful.
An invitation from Citadel was then sent to me to sign up for an interview. The night before the interview I was invited to meet with the people who were going to interview us and got to ask them different questions about the position as well as hearing stories about a day in their life. The next day I had two interviews back to back: one was a technical interview by a current employ in this position and the other was a personality interview by a HR.
Interview Question – Describe the difference between the academic world and the business world? Answer Question
Pros: Good Compensation. Hard working environment . The office is located is the central part of the city. Hong Kong is nice place – Full Review
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