APAC BCMA Recruitment Lead
Take time and connect with people in the industry and/or the company you’re interviewing at to understand more about the company, culture and open roles. Read the Wall Street Journal or other financial magazines regularly.
Tips on interview preparation:
Do research on the division that you are interviewing for. Take time and connect with people in the industry and/or the company you’re interviewing at, to understand more about the company, culture & open roles. Read the Wall Street Journal or other financial magazines regularly. This will show you’re prepared and you’ll be able to share your own opinions rather than copying others at group interviews. Make sure you know your personal story and can deliver it in a way that’s not over-rehearsed.
Best interview questions for a candidate to ask:
Ask questions that show you are interested in the industry, company, and role as well as on latest project the company is working on or industry trends.
Advice on overcoming nerves prior to an interview:
Arrive at least 10 minutes before the interview to get yourself familiar with the environment and take a deep breath.
- Avoid typos – these can lead to bad impressions! In addition to your experience, make sure you include your extra-curricular activities.
- Make sure you have good descriptions for each of your experiences but avoid being too lengthy.
Interview Preparation: Remember that there is always a requirement for the role that you may have not been exposed to in the past. In that instance, focus on a plan of action to bridge the gap in your current skillset.