Director Of Financial Reporting Interview Questions


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AmeriHealth Caritas
Director Financial Reporting was asked...November 22, 2023

Why did you go into accounting?


Queries have bern included in description

Vaco Lannick

Q. Can you tell me about yourself and yoyr fit for this role?


Tell me about you and a couple of technical - behavioural questions

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My answers revolved around my experience and skills

Manchester United

Why did you apply for the role

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Gave reasons for the job itself


Other than why you’re leaving your current job? What does Sempra do in Mexico? (Even though the position I applied for was in San Diego) but she asked and answered it to show how she had contributed to that project. She also asked what is GAAP ASC number for income tax? (We know no one has to memorize any ASCs)


How dou you deal with mistakes

JPMorgan Chase & Co

Why I'm interested in the company.. They asked questions off the top of their heads.


They asked if you liked repetitive tasks

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An honest answer. if it is boring, meaningless and I learn nothing from it, then No. For me, this is not even a question. You need to put context to determine what your reaction is gonna be Less


General questions, why do you want to work for CIBC Do you have any experience of regulatory reporting

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I’m a Cibc loyalty customer. I always feel satisfied for all the service I been using. I’d like to be come part of this group to help other people. And I have two years experience working for CIBc as account processing officer. Less

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