"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."
I like to teach the people who work under me, but since you are trying to leave an academic environment, it seems you wouldn't be interested in that. Right?
Academics and teaching are two different beasts. All career provide opportunities to teach. I like teaching; I don't like academics.