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Financial Analyst Interview Questions

1. Which financial statement would you analyze if you could only choose one?
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A financial analyst, securities analyst, research analyst, equity analyst, or investment analyst is a person who performs financial analysis for external or internal clients as a core part of the job.
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How would you handle a conflict with a colleague or supervisor?

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By listening problems of both the parties & look for one solution.
 
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I would listen to their opinion, to see how it vary's from my own. Then explain to them my solution/opinion, also pointing out bits which I feel are more apt for the question/problem in mind.
 
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I will try to explain the situation and solve the problem smoothly.
 
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Keep cool and try to think in his/her perspectives, find common ground and explain.
 
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By listening and talking to come up with the best solution for the problem.
 
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I will arrange for a one to one chat and try to understand the other persons views on the areas of conf.
 
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Schedule a meeting and vet out the conflict and come to a reasonable solution by leveraging supporting data/evidence for both sides of the conflict.
 
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Performa a fact based root cause analysis for the underlying source of conflict, then compromise.
 
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Speak with them to discuss each of our point of view, and come to a conclusion so that the conflict will be over.
 
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A. Yes, as I was responsible for many cost centers I had to contact many people for variances analysis. There was a one contact person who was not giving me details and his manager was asking me questions so I just had to say I will get back to you. Once I confronted and told him the importance of my work and told him I was looking bad to your manager and he agreed to provide me details earlier.
 

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#3 of 25

What are your weaknesses?

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Never say something which is related to finance or the job you are applying for, say you are bad at sales or something which is not related to the position you are interviewing for.
 
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Nobody is perfect. I would say that whenever things are not going the right way I tend to get impatient but I have learned over the time to focus and start over again.
 
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Sometime i am unable to concentrate on my work and i don't follow my own strategies that i established.
 
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My worst qualities are iam not at aware of cuurent affairs,, it is my biggest worest quality.......
 
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Being friendly with sub-ordinates sometimes may create a problem if they take things a bit casually.
 
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Qualities are never worst.
 
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I pay attention to details which sometimes leads to extra effort being spent.
 
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Being impatient and over thinking.
 
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Lack of confidence and to forget.
 
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More studies on any matter than required, you can say too much analysis leads to paralysis.
 

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#4 of 25

Describe the attributes you possess that will make you successful in this position?

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I see my current experience with budgeting and planning as a valuable skill set that I can immediately put to good use in this position.
 
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Financial and analytical skills.
 
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Excellent analytical and organizational skills.
 
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My diagnostic abilities when it comes to identifying problem areas. This has always been a strength. It comes through analyzing historical data and current business and economic situations.
 
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Self motivation and desire to grow.
 
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1Fit Both Physically and Mentally . 2 Approach Their Work as a Career Rather than as a Job. 3 Dedicated to Excellence 4Has Written Goals and is Focused on Their Achievement. 5Demonstrates a Positive Attitude Everyday.
 
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Analytical mind with Professional skepticism.
 
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Maybe my skill in analysing situations.
 
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I have a desire to learn and I am self motivated person.
 
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Multidimensional long term and logical thinking, attributive for me and organisation.
 

Education Requirements

Most positions require a bachelorís degree. A number of fields of study provide appropriate preparation, including accounting, economics, finance, statistics, mathematics, and engineering. For advanced positions, employers often require a masterís in business administration (MBA) or a masterís degree in finance. Knowledge of options pricing, bond valuation, and risk management are important.

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#5 of 25

Do you have experience in annual planning processes?

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Yes, from last three years, I was continuously the part of annual planning team in my previous employer. We planned about the Product wise sales and the measures to boost up these sales and decide the time, when to launch that scheme. We analyzed the cost of such schemes and Campaign. We also planned about Material Management, when to purchase, either import or local. For imports, what would be the benefit and cost of early purchasing etc.
 
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Annual planning processes are entirely dependent on two factors that are past trend activities and new project. One should know the possible outcomes of the new project and reflect it in the planning reports in a rationale way. pro-active approach is required for coordination between interdepartmental teams to plan the financials accordingly. (Nabeel Qureshi)
 
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Yes, actively participated in budgeting process.
 
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yes i have experience
 
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Yes, iam involved in monthly budgets regularly.. Also plan for annually on approximaiton.
 
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Yes, I manage the annual budget preparation process. I send out a template to each department heads requesting their budget numbers for the next fiscal year. Once I get all budget requests back, I compile the information into one document and conduct a meeting to review each budget with the CEO, CEO, director of Operations and each of the department heads. Then compile the final numbers and together with the CEO, ratify the budget.
 
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Yes, at the beginning of the year we look at the financials of the previous years to help us plan out the next year allowing for inflation and fluctuations that may occur in the year.
 
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Planning process is an integral part of any organisation and yes I have been a part of it in my previous jobs where we use to chalk out the goals as per the vision and mission of the company.
 
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I do not, however I prepared the annual reports for the National Recycling Operation and monitored their capital budget.
 
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I currently prepare annual company and project based budgets.
 

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#6 of 25

When did you start following the stock market?

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I started back in 2007 and 2008 when the market was crashing. I heard it on the news and started doing my own research after that.
 
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I first found an interest in the stock market 1 year ago. Before then, I had even bought shares in a prestigious company and I was shocked to see the share price drop after the IPO! That's when I knew that there's more to stocks than the hype that is created. That was not when I took a deep interest in following stocks though. I focused on my interest last year when I enrolled in a business course and learned the language of stock.
 
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I am not good with stock market. but i have more knowledge than ordinary people. it is my hobby to invest in stock market
 
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When I was in college I had a project to follow certain stocks that piqued my interest.
 
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Few months back I started to learn about the stock market and I still do it.
 
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I have no interest in this.
 
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I started following the stock market when I personally became invested in the market.
 
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Age 20, recently and knowing the market seems to be very new and complicated.
 
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Since last 10 years I have been following various stocks. I basically trade based on their fundamental values.
 
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I am not currently following.
 

Work Environment

Many financial analysts work at large financial institutions based in New York City or other major financial centers. In 2012, about 45 percent of financial analysts worked in finance and insurance industries. They worked primarily for security and commodity brokerages, banks and credit institutions, and insurance carriers. Others worked throughout private industry and for government.

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#7 of 25

Pick one financial concept and explain it to me.

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Cash flow- Cash flow is the single best determining factor that one can use to figure out how a company operates and if it works.
 
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Asset allocation means diversifying your money among different types of investment categories, such as stocks, bonds and cash. The goal is to help reduce risk and enhance returns.
 
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dont no
 
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1. Time value of money 2. Accrual vs cash basis3. Cost of capital. Equity vs debtCopse one and explain
 
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I would like to talk about asset allocation. Its an investment technique which balances risk and diversifies assets by dividing among major categories like bonds, stocks, real estate
 
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I would like to talk about asset allocation. Its an investment technique which balances risk and diversifies assets by dividing among major categories like bonds, stocks, real estate
 
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Business entity concept: in this concept business is trested as separeatd to owners. it both are different owners and busiess examples are with drawn from persnal use.
 
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Risk versus Return Payoff, its where higher risk products yield higher rates of return. Higher risk investments could be in startup companies, or emerging markets. Taking lower risk typically yields lower rates of return. Market driven products usually have higher rate of return, whereas bonds, or other relatively guaranteed products have lower yields.
 
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Company Equity values are not growing, market fluctuations affect the company profitability.
 
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Financial concepts ranges from diversification that is not placing all your strategies in one income stream, then you have the risk/return. That is based on the risk being taken what return would be acceptable. The greater the risk the higher the return is required.
 

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#8 of 25

Tell me about a time when you presented an oral report on a specific industry or corporation.

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I have presented a report on financial analysis of a Pharmeceutical company- Cipla when
 
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I have never presented a financial report pertaining to an actual company, however during my man last year it was a requirement for a group to visit a brewery, review their.
 
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Our workshop was running in loss due to non availability of revenue for breakeven. In this time an additional investment in to this location which results an additional depreciation per month is not recommendable.
 
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Did not report about the specific industry in the company but about the function I work in to all the new joiners seniors or juniors.
 
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I just gave a oral report on capital structure of a bank it was well use full to me I just learned how the process of bank take places and I learned about the capital structure of the bank and it was quite use full.
 
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When I did a research on e-commerce industry.
 
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4 months ago when I was conducting a part of research on e-commerce based industries and its capital arrangements.
 
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4 months back when I explained the investment trend in e-commerce industry.
 
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During ppt at MBA course.
 
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SGL taking 10 years data of sales, analysing each product, each industry, customer class, unit wise and even customer level detailed analysis.
 

Financial Analyst Pros

1. Understand the need of finance for the growth of our economy. May 30th, 2012

2. Financial analyst has an leading role in an industry.so he is the decession maker of the company.The growth o fthe company depends upon the financial analysts decession. May 30th, 2012

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#9 of 25

What frustrates you?

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Nothing frustrates me as I know how to keep my cool because frustration leads to wrong decisions.
 
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Getting the job delayed for no reason
 
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Its when the certain task deadline has approched and there are complications which are above my level of expertise, and the person who requires to fix it at that particular stage doesnt care about time management.
 
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When I am in full pace and face any hurdle in my work like power break down, internet or server issue.Secondly, when employer does not fulfill his commitment regarding the employees benefits.
 
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What frustrates you?
 
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Nothing actually frustrate me, when my financial analysis does not go down well, I exploit all technicalities to arrive at convincing analysis.
 
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When many team members show negligence at the same time.
 
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Lack of commitment to finish the task at hand and giving up easily on the task..
 
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Lack of communication. There are some people who have a tough time getting back in a timely manner. I have found it easiest to pick up the phone to ask where they are at and if they need more information in order to get back to me.
 
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When I get a opportunity and I did not make full use of it.
 

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#10 of 25

Describe a situation where you had to meet a tight deadline.

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I have sound knowledge in financial concepts and its implications, Also I have proficiency in MS- office suites, especially Excel & Access. As we use Excel the most for reports, technically i guess its the best qualification you would look for in a candidate.
 
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I have good analytically skills, good overall skill management accounts both from the educational training and from working experience. I am also competent in all MS excel to advance level.
 
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Most turbulent period in the history of Financial market.US stock market crash.
 
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Strong accounting knowledge and sound on Excel.
 
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I am good at grasping financial concepts and have necessary skills to implement it in the form of reports.
 
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MBA, Analytical skills, Excel.
 
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Out of the box thinking, maybe good skill on the computer and excel, new ways to think analytically.
 
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I am good at excel VBA. And good at developing financial models. Had experience in working with computation software like MATLAB. Have good understanding of stock market theories.
 
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Excellent with Excels and accounting systems.
 
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I am suited for that and more importantly I make companies satisfactory Extraordinarily with returns within law.
 

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#11 of 25

Why do you want to become a financial analyst?

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I enjoy working with data and excel.
 

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#12 of 25

How is the current monetary policy affecting your decision making?

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The WACC is the minimum return that a company must earn on an existing asset base to satisfy its creditors, owners, and other providers of capital, or they will invest elsewhere n general, the WACC can be calculated with the following formula[2]:where N is the number of sources of capital (securities, types of liabilities); ri is the required rate of return for security i; MVi is the market value of all outstanding securities i.
 
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It was boom market.
 
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Sometimes we end up doing hard work rather than smart work. Thats when time gets wasted. I would want to be the smart ones around.
 
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Finance is the key for running any business from planning stage to performance stage. I would like myself to be one among the best finance persons in the industry.
 
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First of all find out cash inflow after that discounting it by discounted factor. whatever value we got is present value tnan deduct investment frm it.
 
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Balance sheet.
 
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I have an interest in finance because in this everyone should be aware about the financial world.Not only that but also to gain more knowledge about stock market.How industries are running in order to keep themselves into the peak.
 
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Interest denoted the opportunity cost of the earnings which we will get if we employ the capital we invest into the business into any process.
 
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I think I possess adequate qualification and experience required for this position. I m positive that my knowledge and skill will further enhance the analytical and reporting structure of this company. Hence, I consider myself a great fit for this position.
 
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I think I possess adequate qualification and experience required for this position. I m positive that my knowledge and skill will further enhance the analytical and reporting structure of this company. Hence, I consider myself a great fit for this position.
 

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#13 of 25

Tell me about a time you failed.

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This is Ramanjaneyulu, working as a research analyst since 2006. my work is relating to anasysis of Debt, Preferred and Equity analysis. we are providng separate data set for debt , preferred & equity of entity.To capturing each and every componet of debt credit facilities, letter of credit interest rate, maturity, with recore. For preferred shares are redeemable or not, cummlative or not participating any further profits and voting rights. comin
 
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Like to talk about the BS program. Planning, no rush, last minute addition.
 
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The top management favour in other group.
 
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During school I did a number of group projects and o noticed a trend all of the successful groups I was in had committed people, maybe not the most intelligent but we all shared and pursued a common goal.
 
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I never failed in any group but as an individual I failed in doing a cube and left handed writing.
 
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We form an agricultural firm but its failed to work due to financial constraint.
 
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We have to complete an unexpected target and I took a lead of to complete, but once we start doing that we understand that there are some technical reason that we cannot complete that task which required tech support.
 
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Our group failed because of non emergence of a tacit group leader who could work as a binding force and give a sense of direction to the group.
 
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I was put in a group one time in school for a project, and some of our members did not mesh well with others, as such, they did not help towards the project, and ultimately the quality of the project ended up being poor because others had to over compensate.
 

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#14 of 25

What profitability models do you find most accurate for forecasting?

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It depends on your nature of operation and past years results. When we analyze together we gets a reliable result.
 
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Financial and trend based model to capture the finances in case of changing environment and also for certain areas where it is difficult to forecast trend will provide a better insight.
 
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Healthy working capital.
 
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Case to case basis- Historical A stable market and financial results that are changing slowly and predictably lets me use historical data to forecast profitability. Financials We can calculate interest charges or increasing material costs and add them to expenditures while projecting increasing revenue due to higher sales. Trends and Analytical model.
 
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I would use profitability models such as graphs and data.
 
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It Tottally depends what type of forcast we are doing.... And what is the purpose I.. E if we want accurate forcast with no errors than we need to go with expert panel method and nned to analyse market senarios.. And this method also work in case there is no historical data available w. R. T a new product.. There is a General method used Trend analysis and historical Data sheets to get close to most accurate data forcast.
 
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I wish to know many models, learn from them, and modify in a much better way.
 
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It depends on your nature of operation and past years results. When we analyze together we gets a reliable result.
 
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Financial and trend model.
 
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Models are based on assumptions. So first set would be revenues these would depend on market economy and competition and management. Second set would be fixed expenses. Then comes variable expenses which would depend on revenue and excel spreadsheet analysis would capture these calculations to give an overall profitability forecast.
 

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#15 of 25

How do you interpret data concerning investment programs?

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I would look at the data for a specific time range to determine where it has been and where it is heading.
 
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How do you interpret data concerning investment programs.
 
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I am sorry I need to learn about this.
 
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WIth experience and due deligence.
 
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Based on historical data.
 
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Review it completely and apply.
 
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One has to look at the investment cost and the investment out come of the project.
 
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Investment programs data has to be in line with the current financial market position and interpreting it is more dependent on the macro economic factors and lesser on the competition driven factors.
 
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Well interpreting financial data is one of the main tasks of ‚ÄúFinancial Analyst‚ÄĚ. For interpreting data affecting investment programs one should have the deep knowledge of current trends in business practices, price, yield, stability and economic influences and have the ability to develop forecast reports, spreadsheets and statistical software packages.
 

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#16 of 25

How do you ensure accuracy when making projections based on financial data and performance?

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I was new to a training and development team that was in the process of documenting business operational procedures for conversion to a new SAP system. I was assigned to create a presentation on the benefits of converting to the new system for the deployment Director. I was given little information on what the Director actually wanted and minimal direction on who to contact to capture details on the system. Action:I created an outline of what.
 
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I was new to a training and development team that was in the process of documenting business operational procedures for conversion to a new SAP system. I was assigned to create a presentation on the benefits of converting to the new system for the deployment Director. I was given little information on what the Director actually wanted and minimal direction on who to contact to capture details on the system. Action:I created an outline of what.
 
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I was new to a training and development team that was in the process of documenting business operational procedures for conversion to a new SAP system. I was assigned to create a presentation on the benefits of converting to the new system for the deployment Director. I was given little information on what the Director actually wanted and minimal direction on who to contact to capture details on the system. Action:I created an outline of what
 
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Research assignment for new market. I was analysing them. GEtting data itself was challenge for new market to enter altogether.
 
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Auditing a Governance as a team Leader.
 
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Auditing a Governance as a team Leader.
 
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I have to review that Payment report and GL in one day as we will have got some notification from Oracle Tech. Team that Oracle will not work for next 3 days and after 3 days we cannot do any change in our books so I have to complete the task by that day and I am the only person who is working in that I was sole responsible or that responsibility that time.
 
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The most complex assignment would be to analyze the energy production and relating it to the over all manufacturing cost of a textile unit and presenting the data in an integrated report with short falls in electricity production and requirement of a make to order facility.
 
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To lead the project in a proper way.
 
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Double checking work, and always having a reason behind a piece of analysis.
 

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#17 of 25

Which is more beneficial, increase price by a percent, or increase customer base by a percent?

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Increase customer base by a percent.
 
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In a more specialized market definitely one cannot go with increase in percentage customer base one has to rely on price increase. But the fierce competition in recent past has told us that of all the competitive advantages cost efficiency is the one that can make us do wonders. Thus I would focus on cost and increase my customer base.
 
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Increase customer base by a percent.
 
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Increase customer base by percent.
 
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Increase customer base by a percent.
 
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Increase customer Base by a percent.
 

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#18 of 25

What process do you follow to create reports?

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I think using Microsoft Excel coupled with Microsoft Access. They allow you to sort or create reports, which aids in looking for trends.
 
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I have used both Microsoft Excel and SAS for coding. I have more experience using the excel system.
 
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In the past I have used Peachtree and I am currently using QuickBooks. I am always willing to learn a new software package.
 
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As I said im very new I need to learn about this.
 
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Mrcosoft excell and Ms Access.
 
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Hyperion financial management.
 
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Analyzing the data, talking the data over with colleagues, and finally formatting the reports.
 

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#19 of 25

How do you feel about travel?

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he A/R affects the income statement only if A/R increases, thereby also increasing revenue. Collections on A/R do not affect the Income statement, but does affect the balance sheet increasing cash and decreasing A/R. Inventory effects the Income Statement through the cost of goods sold calculation. Your beginning inventory minus ending inventory equals your cost of goods sold, which is subtracted from Revenue to arrive at gross margin.
 
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Accounts receivable is money payable for goods or services that have not yet been used. When this fluctuates either there is new income or new expenses.
 
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While buy the material from the customers, the credit period is 30 days & 60days, p&l hows affects.
 
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A/R & inventory fluctuation affect the income statement by either increasing or decreasing Sales & cogs on the income statement having larger amounts of A/R recorded increases both sales and COGS on the income statements.
 
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Accounts Receivable Impact Since accounts receivable and inventory are balance sheet items, they do not directly affect your company’s income statement. Fluctuations or changes in these two current assets always appear on the balance sheet and on the cash flow statement. Revenues on the income statement show up as A/Rs or cash on the balance sheet and cash flow statement. The payment of A/Rs by customers converts A/Rs to cash, which in no way impacts the income statement. Inventory Impact As your company sells products, it reflects its inventory costs in the cost of goods sold line item on the income statement. Therefore, any fluctuations or modifications to the cost basis of that inventory will impact the income statement via the cost of goods sold. However, as with A/Rs, the cost of goods sold on the income statement already reflects inventory valuations on the balance sheet, so inventory-level fluctuations do not affect the income statement.
 
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Your profits and losses of the year will be based on the actual amount that you will receive, not what you expect to receive. If inventory is more the carrying costs will build up. Having a negative impact on the income statement.
 
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The income statement gets affected by the fluctuations through changes in cost of sales and then finally more working capital requirements that in turn may effect the overall revenue and thus the profitability.
 
8.
I love travel. It's my dream to see more sights and visits.
 

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#20 of 25

What are your thoughts on the recent mortgage crisis?

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Its sucks..... it sucks the big one.
 
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more u lend liniently earlier you will be bankrupt
 
3.
It has happened because of the gross negligence of the financial institutions and regulatory bodies, it could have been avoided.
 
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Aggressive financing, high speculations, Faulty Appraisals.
 
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Recent mortgage crisis can be avoided by using more stringent banking regulations and policies.
 
6.
The mortgage crisis is a product caused by financial engineering. While it is wonderful to create products for shareholders, we also need to create an environment where all stakeholders can benefit. So, the mortgage crisis pains me.
 

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#21 of 25

What are your long term career goals?

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My father used to operate a small manufacturing unit.
 
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I want to eventually have a higher degree, and eventually with as a due diligence analyst.
 

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#22 of 25

How do you see Greece's economy unfolding in the next few years due to their recent financial crisis?

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If the political scenario in greece get stabilized with the structural reforms there is possibility of coming out of the crisis after the bail out is provided otherwise it seems difficult at the moment.
 
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Its gonna go further down due to heavily imposed taxes etc. Investors may loose likings to go there.
 

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#23 of 25

What other factors should you consider besides NPV when selecting a project?

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benefit cost ratio is another option
 
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We consider the project at more than npv.
 
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Period of project, incoming fund flow and cash out flow, market condition, work certification procedure and payment period, client reputation, forex flatuation chances, etc.
 
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Detailed study about the project.
 
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ROI, IRR, Cost benefit analysis and ratio .
 
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The commercial viability, alignment with company goals, incremental cost of the project.
 

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#24 of 25

In your spare time, what magazines, newspapers, journals, do you read?

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Investopedia. It give complete glossary about finance.
 
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Investopedia which has very useful information about finance topics.
 
3.
Times of india.
 
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I read business times of different news paper to understand the current economic trend and money market trent.
 
5.
In my spare time, I like to read articles on how to make myself more efficient. And I spend time reading the bible.
 
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Cash flow, fund flow, income statements and balance sheet.
 
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Bloomberg and Financialexpress. Com.
 
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Moneycontrol, Daily news paper.
 
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Spare time is mostly concerned with geo polictics and sports journals.
 

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#25 of 25

Give me a time when you suggested an improvement at work and it was successfully put into practice.

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Management was looking to make a change in the company they were using for their uniforms. Upon analyzing the new potential contract it was going to cost us more in the long run by changing companies so they decided to stay with the current uniform company.
 
2.
Making pricing decision for one of molecules we sale. They overpriced it, I concentrated on Contribution level.
 
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