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Anonymous Employee in Chennai
I interviewed at State Street (Chennai)
First Round is Aptitude whichis basic maths, logical reasoning, Grammar, Blood relation. Second Round is Technical Round and final round is HR round where it is about introduce yourself, what do you know about the company, which shift you are comfortable to work .
- Asked about basic accounting concepts and capital markets and also people who preferred night shift are eligible for next round
Anonymous Employee in Berwyn, PA
I interviewed at State Street (Berwyn, PA)
one round behavioral and fit interview. common behavioral questions and no technical questions. keep in mind that this is for the internship program not the full-time analyst role offered at Berwyn
- Tell me about a time you worked on a team
Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
I interviewed at State Street (Atlanta, GA)
Multi step process. Very organized. Panel type interviews. In depth analysis of business and how to navigate in difficult circumstances. Clear goal setting. Multi levels of scrutiny and verification. Very savvy approach. Quite intriguing.
- Explain team management in fund administration industry.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at State Street
Interviewed with state street GA. Had 2 rounds of interviews, but never received communications on an outcome (accept/reject), despite chasing heavily for more than 5 weeks after final interview. Really poor experience considering such time and effort is put in to interviews, on both sides. I’m still shocked a simple “thanks for interviewing, but we cannot offer you the role” type email sent if this was the case.
- Walk me through your background?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bengaluru
I interviewed at State Street (Bengaluru)
ROUND 1: Aptitude which was very tough it consisted of 4 parts one is Aps based questions one is Finance based and one is Soft skill based and one is Excel based. 2: Online Interview
- what is Balance sheet? Diff B/w OTC and Exchange?
I interviewed at State Street
Pretty relaxed, all behavioral. It was very smooth. 2 Rounds of interview. Prepared well and experience was good. Also, I suggest to practice as much as you can. What is a recent M&A deal you have been following? 4. What challenges do you think the ...
- Tell me about yourself? Why this position
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Hyderābād
I interviewed at State Street (Hyderābād)
Q1. Tell me about yourself? ... Q2. Nav calculation,Derivatives, corporate action, stock splits, golden rules of accounting, hedge fund, private equity. ... Q3. Working hours and flexible for working hours. ... Q4. Asked about derivatives product and strategies. ... Q5. Golden rules of Accounting. ... Q6. Future, options, Sawp,
- Basic Q's related to job description
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Hong Kong
I interviewed at State Street (Hong Kong)
Hiring manager was nice. The questions are not that difficult. But some technical knowledge about Due Diligence is required.; It was nice to have interview in this company. Not much confidence tho.
- What can you expect in the next 5 years in the company
Is there a hiring freeze in State Street ? I was recently looking at job board and noticed there's significantly less positions then few months ago. I had 1 or 2 positions in mind while back, do you know if there is hiring freeze how long it could take?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Hong Kong
I applied online. I interviewed at State Street (Hong Kong)
Mostly CV questions, some technical on FX, 3 interviewers good to know China macro and coding Mostly accept cuhk qfin students can find interviewers on Bloomberg youtube say they need an intern to maintain/run their proprietary indicators
- Would you invest in USD or local bonds in the current macro environment?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dublin, Dublin
I applied online. I interviewed at State Street (Dublin, Dublin) in Aug 2023
Interview Process was very slow, after applying 3/4 weeks later they scheduled my Interview. again they gave result of my interview after 3 weeks. it was an half an hour interview, they said to me that their will be second round for you but it never happened.
- 1. Hash and encryption 2. What do you do to keep yourself up to date. 3. difference between tcp and udp 4. OSI model in detail 5. Linux Command: Ls cd New file? command to go forward in directory 6. Port no.s? 7. What is purpose of ports. 8. dhcp and how attack happens? 9. DSN and how attack happens? 10. Private and public key 11. cryptography
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Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at State Street as 59.3% positive with a difficulty rating score of 2.57 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Apprenticeship and Software Performance Engineer rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Audit and Visual Designer roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at State Street takes an average of 20.47 days when considering 1,243 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Associate had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Operating Specialist roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 150 days).
Common stages of the interview process at State Street according to 1,243 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 26.34%
One on One Interview: 21.83%
Group Panel Interview: 14.88%
Background Check: 11.71%
Drug Test: 6.87%
Skills Test: 5.28%
IQ Intelligence Test: 2.93%
Personality Test: 2.32%