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Portfolio manager Interview Questions

"Portfolio managers are expected to guide the investment strategy and asset allocation for clients or an institution. Prepare for an interview by going over your knowledge of specific markets, advising philosophy, and research strategies. The best candidates are confident and knowledgeable financial advisors with a proven history of satisfied clients and successful portfolios. A degree in finance or a related field is advantageous for this position."

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What are warning signs of a deteriorating credit?

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Increasing leverage, over drafts and / or past de payments, slower turnover of A/P

How would you handle a client who told you that you don't know what you are talking about because you have no experience?

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What are the risks to investors of currency arbitrage?

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If the cost of a ball and a bat was $1.10 and the cost of the ball is $1 more than the ball. What is the cost of each item? How many times does the number 3 repeat between 0 to 500? Let's make a deal - pick one door from three. and then you have an option to swap doors. Would you open it?

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I was aked a very general question about my previous experience as a community association manager.

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Length of time you were willing to commit beyond the standard workday as the position did not include any additional personnel to manage the portfolio and new credit requests.

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How much experience do you have?

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How would I deal with SBA clients (financial institutions) and SBA employees and/or Management on issues relating to conflict(s) on a proposed or existing SBA 7a loans.

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What are you looking for in a company?

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They asked me my plans to run a profitable business at Fortress. The discussion was thorough and drilled down to important details. It was a very professional interview process.

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