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In this training video, interview expert Richard McMunn provides you with some useful tips on how to prepare for an pass a Credit Analyst job interview.
1. A list of Credit Analyst and Credit Officer interview questions I strongly advise you prepare for.
2. Brilliant, unique ANSWERS to tough Credit Analyst interview questions.
3. TIPS on how to STANDOUT during your Credit Analyst job interview.
4. Further resources (including these slides) to help you SUCCEED!

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Q1. Tell me about yourself?
Q2. Why do you want to work for our organization as a Credit Analyst?
Q3. What are the 5Cs of credit analysis?
Q4. What is meant by the term interest coverage ratio?
Q5. When considering whether to lend to a company, what would you analyse?
Q6. What are the different types of Credit Analysis Ratios?
Q7. How would you ensure the data in a credit analysis report is accurate?
Q8. If I asked you to use just one metric to assess the financial health of company, which one would it be and why?
Q9. What are the most important skills needed to be a Credit Analyst?
Q10. What is EBITDA?
Q11. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Q12. What’s the difference between a debenture and a bond?
Q13. A long-standing and loyal business customer wants a large loan, but your credit analysis assessment says it’s not safe. What would you?
Q14. Explain to me the credit analysis process?
Q15. Tell me what you would you consider when making important decisions that have the potential to have a significant impact on our organization?
Q16. What would you do in the first few weeks of starting as our Credit Analyst?
Q17. Tell me how you would manage conflict with another Credit Analyst within the team?
Q18. How do you keep your knowledge up to date of the financial sector?
Q19. Tell me a time when you had to change you approach to complete a task?
Q20. Tell me a time when you had responsibility for lots of different of tasks and projects?
Q21. What’s your approach to risk?
Q22. Do you think working late is a good thing, or a bad thing?
Q23. Why do you want to leave your job to take up this Credit Analyst position?
Q24. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Q25. What are your salary expectations as our Credit Analyst?
Q26. That’s the end of your Credit Analyst job interview. Do you have any questions you would like to ask the panel?

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