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Risk Analyst
New York, NY

I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Deutsche Bank in February 2008.

Interview Details – Got the interview through a college recruiting site and was accepted a couple of days later. Interview sign ups were through the site as well. There was a meet and greet with the interviewers and division VP at a restaurant which was nice. The interview was a 2:1 and was very basic, a lot of behavioral and questions about prior experience. After the interview, a month went by without a response until I emailed HR who responded that a decision was being made in a week. Another 2 or 3 weeks went by until I emailed again and I got a phone call extending an offer.

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Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

I interviewed at Deutsche Bank in July 2012.

Interview Details – The first round telephone interview was comprised of several questions about derivatives and bond (concepts and hedging strategies) and one brain teaser.
The second round is on-site assessment center which started with a written test, a prepared 10-min presentation, and two rounds of technical interviews.

Interview Question – If you long a stock option, how can you make money one week before it expires.   Answer Question

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