Reporting Specialist Interview Questions

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BNY Mellon Interviews

10 Reporting Specialist Interview Questions and Reviews

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State Street Interviews

1 Reporting Specialist Interview Question and Review

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Snap Diagnostics Interviews

1 Reporting Specialist Interview Question and Review

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Sep 8, 2014

Interview Question for Client Tax Reporting Specialist at Adecco USA:

“Nothing really difficult or unexpected, pretty typical interview/hiring process.”


Jun 15, 2014

Interview Question for Client Accounting and Reporting Specialist at BNY Mellon:

“How do you present/deliver difficult information to clients?”


Apr 30, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Client Accounting and Reporting Specialist at BNY Mellon:

“What do you know about BNY Mellon?”


Dec 20, 2013

Interview Question for Reporting Specialist at Integrated Asset Services:

“was not asked any difficult or unexpected questions”


Dec 18, 2013

Interview Question for Report Specialist at Smithers Viscient:

“The test at the end was not very clear. Once I started working there it made more sense, but without context it wasn't very clear. I bombed it, but so must have all the candidates because I got the…”


Oct 9, 2013

Interview Question for AIS Financial Reporting Specialist Associate II at State Street:

“Why do you want to move into financial reporting?”


Sep 27, 2013

Interview Question for Financial Reporting Specialist I at Alaska USA:

“Where do you get your passion from?”


Sep 5, 2013

Interview Question for Accounting and Reporting Specialist at BNY Mellon:

“Why do you want this position?”


Jun 3, 2013

Interview Question for Accounting and Reporting Specialist at BNY Mellon:

“Tell me a time that you had to make a split second decision and how did it result?”


May 8, 2013

Interview Question for Accounting and Reporting Specialist at BNY Mellon:

“There weren't any really unexpected questions. All the questions were behavioral type questions in which I was asked to describe a time and manner in which I handled a particular scenario.”