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Credit Analyst Interview Questions

"Through exceptional IT, analytical, and problem solving skills, credit analysts are responsible for assessing their client's credit applications. Employers are looking for candidates who can accurately determine the risk if the bank were to issue someone a loan and therefore will ask about what financial statements you would focus on and the relationships between them. Expect situational questions about loss from a sale, capital gain, or negative net income. To ace your interview, research into the company and understand how their program is run."

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What would you ask when someone wanted to borrow a money? What specifically would you look at (in the financial statements)?

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How much do you need and what is the money for? Look at value of new purchased item, inventory, depreciation, accounts receivable, etc to see if the loan is servicable.

"What are the relationship between the three major financial statements"

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How would you reconcile retained earnings?

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"Company A with a market cap of $25B announces a $5B stock buy-back program. How would the CDS on Company A react?"

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Describe a CDS.

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What is your greatest weakness?

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Tell me about a situation when you had to present something and you were not prepared.

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What are you expecting to be paid?

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What is your greatest weakness?

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Which items do you look at in financial statements to determine the financial health of a company?

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