I applied through college or university - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in February 2014.
Interview Details – I applied through a campus recruiter. The process took three weeks, and I was interviewed by two people, a product consultant and a account manager. The interviewers were very straight forward about the position description, the hiring process, and the company culture. Most of the interview was spent discussing my major and qualifications, and there were very few behavioral questions.
Interview Question – I do not come from a finance background, so the interviewers really grilled me on how my background fit into the job position. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in February 2014.
Interview Details – First contact was at career fair. That lead to first interview on campus. Second interview was downtown. Third interview is in New York.
Interview Question – What is your latest project? Answer Question
Interviewed at S&P Capital IQ
Interview Details – Applied through on-campus recruiting. Standard interview questions.
Interview Question – Describe a time where you had to use your persuasion skills to change someone's mind. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ.
Interview Details – The first round interview was on campus following a school career fair and resume drop. Next was a super day at the company's New York Ciy headquarters. All of the questions were very easy. They were mostly about your background and experience. Nothing to worry about at all. Emphasize a passion for finance and helping others, and you'll be fine.
Interview Question – Walk me through your resume. Tell me about a time you exhibited _____? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in December 2011.
Interview Details – I came in as an experienced hire, so my interview process was a bit different. Basically, it was sitting with three different people (a VP, an associate and my boss) and just talking about why I wanted the position and my strengths with customer service. Very easy interview- they need people so as long as you have a pulse you should be okay.
Interview Question – Basically having to sit there while the VP bashed my previous place of employment. I, being a professional (unlike half the people at the company), did not join in on the bashing. Still not sure if that was a test or if the VP is that immature. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Flat offer. No negotiation. At the end of the day, you are a pawn in a conglomerate- they don't care about you. It used to be that Capital IQ was an agile, small time software company. The company has gone to the dogs.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in October 2012.
Interview Details – Applied through company website and I was sent an email with an interview dates and times. They invited me in for an interview and it was one-on-one interview. I was accepted for the second round interview which included meeting with 5 other people.
Interview Question – Asked about financial equations and formulas and if I had used them in any past financial forecasting. Also, asked me what it was. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in April 2014.
Interview Details – The first round interview was in the Toronto office, where I had two 30 minute interviews with 2 people in each interview. They were very friendly, and I felt it was more of a discussion than an interview. I then got a second round interview, which was the same format, in that I had another two 30 minute interviews with 4 more people. All these interviews were behavioral, no technical questions.
Interview Question – In all interviews, they asked me to walk myself through my resume. Some other questions were:
- why should we hire you over the other qualified candidates?
- why sales?
- can you do a sales pitch
- what do you do for fun Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at S&P Capital IQ.
Interview Details – Following an online application that I submitted on Sunday evening (2am!) I received an email on Monday morning inviting me for a telephone interview on Tuesday morning.
The interview lasted exactly 25 minutes and covered the company itself and put great emphasis on my CV. The CV related questions were many! Basically, all misunderstandings were covered in a very professional manner. There were a couple of ice-breaking questions to release the tension but other than that everything was very professional. The interviewer was amazing, very thoughtful and nice in general.
Interview questions included:
Tell me more about the company
Tell me more about the position you are applying for
What makes you the best candidate
What did you do in this experience... ?
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Interview Question – Generally in depth questions about the CV Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at S&P Capital IQ.
Interview Details – Had a telephone interview last week. The interviewer was nice and straight to the point.
why capital iq
why this industry
why this role
what do you know about the company
CV related questions
Interview Question – why are you different from other candidates Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at S&P Capital IQ in May 2013.
Interview Details – - online application
- phone interview
- feedback was very quick, received invitation to face to face interview the 2 days after the phone interview
- combined round of 4 interviews and knowledge test
Interview Question – Mostly about team work, how to deal with difficult customers. Answer Question
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