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Management Analyst Interview Questions

"Businesses depend on their management analysts to utilize their skills in data analysis and communication to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the firm. During an interview, expect to be asked a few brain teasers, as well as provide your opinion in a provided scenario through your analysis of the situation. As you will likely be working in a team, you may have to speak to how you work in a team and ensure that others are doing their fair share. Be sure to research the company and familiarize yourself with their competitors, their operations, and what factors or politics affect their business."

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Have you ever tracked multi-year projects?

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What is your experience with the GSA legacy systems?

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As a contractor, what was your function at GSA?

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Do you or have you ever done any kind of drugs

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Calculate the following: Net Sale Proceeds at year 5, leveraged IRR, IRR, average debt service coverage ratio over the 5 year holding period. Create a two variable table showing the different transaction IRRs if the project is acquired and sold at various cap rates...

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Modeling Question: Canyon is being presented the opportunity to acquire a 247,000 SF industrial building in LA leased to a single tenant that occupies 85% of the 235,000 SF rentable space. Rents are projected to be $0.75 NNN per sf per month in the first year of investment. The tenant signed a 20Yr lease 3 years ago and is paying $0.60 per sf per month. Lease payments are held constant for the first five years of the lease then increase to market rate then increase at 3% per annum. No CAPEX required. Canyon will acquire the property at an 8% cap rate to today's in place NOI. Canyon will also pay a 2% broker fee and $250K in closing cost. Holding the property for 5 years and sell at the end of the 5th year at a 9% cap rate on forward year NOI. Assume Canyon must pay 3% closing costs on the sale. Leveraging for 70% of the total transaction costs at a 7% fixed interest rate over 30 years. 1) Create a sources and uses for the transaction?

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How would you maintain profitability at a top end. How would you maintain profitability for your company at a low end?

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Not really a question, but the (completely out of the blue) tirade against working remotely was ... interesting. It's usually not a good sign when your IT department is actively trying to hold back new technologies.

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Most unexpected questions were regarding my marital status and my family situation.

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Like other competitors' price would affact ours in which ways.

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