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25 Relationship Banker Interview Questions

Question 1 of 25
What are your greatest strengths?
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Asking fact finding questions and building relationships.
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My ability to get along with people is my greatest strength. It is something I am proud of both personally and professionally.
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I'm a quick learner, personable, and man of integrity.
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One of my greatest strengths is my ability to get along with others. I also work hard and am dependable.
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My enthusiasm to help people.
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I am Very organised, time orineted and Loyal person.
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My greatest strengths are my negotiation skills as well as my customer relationship management abilities.
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Being able to help and serve people. I extend myself going above and beyond expectations.
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Question 2 of 25
How do you stay motivated?
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I stay motivated by looking to see a need that needs to be met and I will find a way to fulfill that need to someone.
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I like to help people and rewards that chase offers.
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Helping customers solve problems with good results keeps me motivated.
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I like to find challenges everyday. I work hard to try to be the best version of myself. At the end of the end it's you vs you, I believe its important to put your best foot forward.
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I like to work on the most difficult task because it keeps my brain and body functioning at the highest capacity. Especially when I am tackling a new task that requires time and some thought it challenges to execute and resolve by the required time or eod.
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I stay motivated by helping other people figure out the products and services that best suit them.
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BY setting goals and keeping track and also reward myself on progress.
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I stay motivated by remaining focused and involved with what my responsibilities are,
Question 3 of 25
Why are you the best candidate for us?
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I am the best candidate for your organization because of my expertise, meeting and exceeding quotas, I work well with customers/prospect. In addition, great team player, willing to adapt to new technologies in an effort to move the department forward.
Question 4 of 25
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
User-Submitted Answers
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With more responsibilities and more product knowledge.
Question 5 of 25
Describe your cash handling experience.
User-Submitted Answers
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As a office manager, I held the responsibility of customer service which involved cash handling of services and goods. I was responsible for AP/AR, Daily Deposits, Profit/Loss Ledger.
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Where I currenly work, I handle between 5000-8000 dollars daily depending on how busy the day is. Busy periods are usually when school is in session. I also handle payments in form of cash, cheque and credit cards.
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I maintain proper levels of my personal drawer. I was very detailed when it came to this and made sure my threshold was not passed.
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I have worked as a teller and bartender for more than 5 years.
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My cash handling experience is great, I have had direct experience working the cash register and handling large sums of money on a daily basis.
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I am very careful when handling cash use policy of counting total three times count twice before handing to customer and then third time count for customer helps me keep my drawer balanced.
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About Relationship Banker

August 18th, 2017

Relationship bankers help bank customers determine their banking needs and accordingly refer them to different branch officers depending on whether the customer needs to take a loan, open a special account, apply for insurance or any other special service. A relationship banker typically handles all banking requirements of the bank customers assigned to them.

Most larger banks that deal with corporate banking will require all applicants to have at least a bachelor's degree in finance, economics or business. Some banks with larger corporate clientele will only hire candidates with a master's degree. Relationship managers must have outstanding customer relationship and communication skills in addition to having a thorough knowledge of banking, finance, and investments. An internship period will help you learn and understand exactly what this job entails.

Prospective employers will want to know more about your skills and experience that are relevant to this role. One way they test your suitability is by asking you how you would handle different types of bank customers with various needs. They will gauge your communication skills by assessing you as you answer their questions. Answering with conviction is crucial to a successful interview. Reading through mock interview questions will help you think of your answers in advance so you can answer more confidently at your interview for a relationship banker role.