So, for all those doubters who said I was moron for doing what I did: I have an interview set up with the Private Bank of afor their Analyst Program. This is widely regarded as the best Private Bank on Wall Street.
The reason this position opened is because an analyst at this particular bank left and they need to fill it IMMEDIATELY.
I sent my resume in yesterday evening, got a call today from a recruiter in NY for a quick 20 min. phone (make sure you know a thing or two) interview in the afternoon, and got a call an hour and a half later by one of the bankers to set up an interview for early next week. They are obviously moving very quickly and I must be on their radar screen.
What should I be prepared for???
Given that I have done an internship with a top( / ) division last year in the same regional city and a previous internship in Asset Management with a in NY, should I know the why this particular , market situation, pitch me a stock etc. or will it be safe to assume that I am competent at least to that level given my previous experience and therefore I should focus mostly on my experience given that it is directly relevant and make sure I can explain that I have direct experience doing the same things required for this position?
The guys know I am in the middle of final exams and graduate in a week so perhaps they will take that into consideration????