Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Private Banking Analyst Interview
Multiple interviews - fit & technical. Focus on Macro & how changes affect clients.
- Tell me about a time you missed a deadline. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for J.P. Morgan
Private Banking Analyst InterviewAccepted OfferAccepted Offer
Interview process started with two separate phone interviews, then 2 separate face-to-face interviews. Recruiters were very diligent about being as timely as possible and I was never left in the dark. Once offered the position, the on-boarding process was very smooth.
- Nothing was unexpected. Questions were very behavioral with a few high-level industry questions. Interview process was more about fit than anything. Answer Question
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I applied online – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Hong Kong (Hong Kong)) in October 2014.
2 rounds of group discussion. same format. introduce yourself, answer random question in dialogue cards. sell them a product which is assigned to you. tell them about a recent news. And some other behavior questions/
- sell a product Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Hong Kong (Hong Kong)) in December 2013.
Went through campus recruiting for the Private Bank Analyst across various teams. All the team members were very nice, except a senior woman who was falling asleep (literally could not keep her eyes open) from the moment she stepped into the room to the end, which was interesting... Ended up withdrawing from the process as there was another offer.
- Questions were very qualitative i.e. how to invest 1M dollars Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at J.P. Morgan.
Reached out to me directly after applying on their website. First it was a phone interview covering markets and investment ideas (mostly theme based). Next was an on-site interview with the whole team rotating. Mostly behavioral with some investment ideas, showing market knowledge and some portfolio allocation idea.
- How would you allocate a conservative portfolio across asset classes (percentage breakdown)? Do you know what convexity is? (nothing too out of the ordinary) Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Interested in pursuing further studies instead
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I applied through college or university. The process took a week – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Seattle, WA) in December 2010.
Great interview with an analyst--more of a conversation/get to know you experience. Asked basic background questions, talked about analyst training, and discussed the hiring process.
- Tell me about yourself Answer Question
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The process took a day – interviewed at J.P. Morgan in October 2011.
Basic behavioral questions to make sure you are a right fit for the company. The discussion led to why I was interested in managing clients portfolios. Other questions consisted of leadership demonstration, situation-based questions (tell me a time where...).
- Tell me a time where you had to make quick, efficient decisions under pressure. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Minneapolis, MN) in March 2010.
I applied to be a Private Banking Analyst during my undergrad. It was done through my school's internal career website. I was notified via email that my résumé matched the qualifications for the job and I had made it past the initial screening. I was invited to interview. I understand there were three different candidates . There were 3- 30 minute back to back interviews with different employees within the office.
- The most difficult question centered around the benefits of owning municipal bonds and what my view was on certain markets. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took a week – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (New Orleans, LA) in May 2012.
On campus interview. Someone backed out of the job and they we're trying to fill the position quick. There was only one round of 2 on 1 interviews that they used to pick a candidate and you only got 20 minutes to prove your worth. Pretty basic finance questions, why JP Morgan, why Private Banking, etc...
- Give us your opinion on where you think the markets are going for next year. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 7+ weeks – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (New York, NY) in February 2014.
Applied through college career website to private banking solutions position, heard back during signups. A month after the interview I got a call asking me to fly into their NY office and was offered the job
- How differently would you allocate assets between an elderly couple and a young entrepreneur? Answer Question
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