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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Awesome benifits. Great culture. They definitely take care of employees and develop them here.
Pay could be more. Not bad for entry
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Capital One Auto Finance (Plano, TX) in November 2014.
I received an email asking if I would be willing to do a case interview over the phone. The interview was on Tuesday and lasted about 45 minutes, with the first 30 minutes consisting of the case, and the last 15 for me to ask questions. The day after my interview I received a phone call saying I had passed the initial screening and they invited me to the final round of interviews in Dallas that Friday. The next day they flew me out to Dallas and put me up in a nice hotel for the night. The Interview day consisted of 3 separate one-hour interviews. One was behavioral while the other two were case interviews. These case interviews were about credit cards and life insurance.
- The most difficult case interview was one about credit cards comparing two different types of users. I was asked to figure out the per-person profit for each kind of user and then was asked to make a decision as to which I should market towards and how. Answer Question
What's in your garage? Capital One hopes it's a car financed through Capital One Auto Finance. A subsidiary of Capital One Financial, the company found its niche in the e-loan market. From its origins of selling loans only through direct mail and auto dealerships, the company has evolved into one of the largest Internet auto lenders in the US. An online decision usually comes within minutes, after which the buyer receives a "blank check" for up to the approved loan amount, thus providing the negotiating power of cash to let the borrower purchase or refinance a new or used...