Canadian Western Bank Mock Interview

To help you prepare for a Canadian Western Bank job interview, here are 27 interview questions and answer examples.

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What interests you about this position?

"I enjoy problem-solving and helping people. I worked as a customer service representative in a call center for Wells Fargo when I was in college, and the experience motivated me to learn more about how to help my clients by understanding more about investing, saving, and using banking services to meet their needs. I think working as a personal banker will give me a great foundation to start my career within the banking industry."

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27 Canadian Western Bank Interview Questions & Answers

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  • 1. What interests you about this position?

  • 2. How would you respond to a customer complaint?

  • 3. If hired for this role at Canadian Western Bank, how would you help make sound investment decisions for our clients?

  • 4. Give me an example of how you keep track of details while engaging in conversation.

  • 5. As a Personal Banker with Canadian Western Bank, why is providing tailored customer service important? How would you make this a priority if hired for this role?

  • 6. If a customer at Canadian Western Bank had increased savings as their main personal financial goal, what steps would you take with them to get them started down the right path?

  • 7. Do you have any experience in handling and working with large amounts of money?

  • 8. Tell me about a time when you showed integrity in your work.

  • 9. If you were on the job here at Canadian Western Bank and noticed that a change in process or procedure could be beneficial, how would you approach that with your supervisor?

  • 10. Tell me about your experience in the banking industry.

  • 11. At Canadian Western Bank, our Personal Bankers work with clients from all different walks of life. How do you handle working with many different personalities throughout the day?

  • 12. Accuracy is of utmost importance to the customers here at Canadian Western Bank. Have you ever had a time where you had a to admit to a mistake on the job surrounding accuracy?

  • 13. Do you have any experience working with banking teller software?

  • 14. If a customer posed a problem that you were unable to solve on your own, how would you handle that situation?

  • 15. What is one way that you would help provide great customer service in our branch here at Canadian Western Bank?

  • 16. How do you check your work for accuracy?

  • 17. Tell me about your favorite manager. What did you enjoy most about working with them?

  • 18. In your work as a Portfolio Administrator, what kind events cause you the most stress on the job?

  • 19. Tell me about a written project you had to tackle during your career. What skills did you use to ensure that your writing was error free?

  • 20. Give an example of a prior job duty you held that required serious organizational skills. What did you learn from that experience that you'll be able to bring the team here at Canadian Western Bank?

  • 21. How do you work in environments with people who are different from you?

  • 22. If hired for this role with Canadian Western Bank, how would you handle a large workload of clients working through a mortgage process?

  • 23. Talk about your experience in mortgage loan closing. How would this experience be beneficial to our team here at Canadian Western Bank?

  • 24. As a Business Analyst at Canadian Western Bank, you will be tasked with working with diverse teams of stakeholders on different projects. How do you handle stakeholders that are difficult and bullheaded?

  • 25. Talk about a time you had to work with a difficult team member. How did you handle that situation and what was the key for you to make things work with them?

  • 26. What tools do you currently use to help you be a more efficient and effective Business Analyst?

  • 27. What data entry skills have you accumulated throughout your career and earlier education?