Quantitative Analyst Interview Questions

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Dec 31, 2013

Interview Question for Quantitative Analyst at Wells Fargo:

“Explain what's the rank of a matrix and it's function”


Dec 29, 2013

Interview Question for Quantitative Analyst at Deutsche Bank:

“Do you like markets? Convince me.”


Dec 23, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Citadel Investment:

“Describe your data handling/analysis skill.”


Dec 12, 2013

Interview Question for Quantitative Analyst at Aces Power Marketing:

“Explain financial hedging”


Dec 5, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at AdHarmonics:

“Two identical glass balls and 100 stories building. Design a minimum steps test to find the lowest floor the glass ball will break if it's throw out from that floor.”


Dec 4, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Chatham Financial:

“Nothing was particularly challenging, but I did get several questions about why I was trying to change careers. There were a number of reasons, so this took a while to get through.”


Dec 3, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Deutsche Asset Management:

“The technical interview consisted of a variety of questions on pricing, Fixed Income, numerical analysis. One question was:
You are at the horse racetrack. Four horses are racing. Betting on any…”


Dec 2, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at The Climate Corp:

“The challenge wasn't difficult, it was time consuming. It took a total of 12-15 hours for me to finish. They gave you a sample data long with 9 questions, the range of the questions covers from fit…”


Nov 25, 2013

Interview Question for Quantitative Analyst at Allston Trading:

“Algorithm to test the existence of an element in a matrix that is sorted by rows and columns”


Nov 14, 2013

Interview Question for Quantitative Analyst at Navy Federal Credit Union:

“Few difficult questions. Descriptions of previous work and why those skills would transfer to the position were asked for. Asked why I left my previous position and why I was applying.”