I applied through other source and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Standard Chartered Bank USA in July 2012.
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I was in the same department and applied for one post higher vacancy internally.
however, i was not selected for the job despite of my long time experience and conducting more responsibilities than one can handle. since i was not a favourable staff for my manager, i was disqualified and selected the one who was junior than me (by work experience) and little experienced as she was very best friend of the manager. I never used to hang out with the manager after office or during lunch time or gathering so he didn't like my way of living and prioritizing my personal life after office.
Interview Question – How would u find yourself after five years in the bank? View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Standard Chartered Bank USA in November 2011.
Interview Details – HR was very friendly, asked basic questions-tell me abt urself, why sc, why PB, drilled down into finance-related parts of the resume, strengths/weaknesses. 3 person panel interview was conducted politely, genuinely interested to know more abt you. Top mgmt interview was more relaxed and more of a casual chit-chat instead of sounding out of technicals. Altogether 3 rounds of interview, first round phone interview, second round panel interview and last round with top mgmt.
Interview Question – tell me sth abt urself that is not on the resume Answer Question
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