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Financial examiners are responsible for monitoring the financial status of various financial institutions and ensuring that they are compliant with prevailing laws and regulations. As part of their job, they review operating income, loan documentation, balance sheets and expense accounts to establish assets and liabilities. Financial examiners usually work either in consumer compliance or in risk scoping.
A bachelor's degree with some coursework in finance, accounting, economics or a related field is necessary for anyone looking to work as a financial examiner. Most employers provide on the job training to new employees. Financial examiners must be detail oriented and have excellent analytical, problem-solving and writing skills.
Prospective employers will ask you questions to gauge your job knowledge as well as your career goals. They will ask you about your strengths and weaknesses, why you think you are the best candidate for the job and what kind of strategies you would implement in order to do an efficient job as a financial examiner. At Mock Questions, you will find a long list of questions that candidates are usually asked at financial examiner interviews.