11/22/12

How flexible will a firm be if I am unable to make their specified superday- The specific case I am referring to is a bank in Chicago, and I would have to fly in from NYC. Do these places (larger MM firm) usually have multiple or just 1 superday for all candidates? If so, would they ever be willing to let another candidate interview separately?

Comments (10)

11/22/12

The WSO Advantage - Investment Banking

Financial Modeling Training

IB Templates, M&A, LBO, Valuation +

IB Interview Prep Pack

30,000+ sold & REAL questions.

Resume Help from Actual IB Pros

Land More IB Interviews.

Find Your Perfect IB Mentor

Realistic IB Mock Interviews.

11/22/12

Why not just ask them if it's possible. Are you 100% unable to make their super day or is it a matter of preference?

11/22/12

I've known some BB's to be flexible with people who couldn't make the specified superday however keep in mind that you'll be at a serious disadvantage. If a firm brings 20 people to a superday looking to hire 5 kids and they have 8 strong candidates then you're kind of screwed. Some firms will simply cancel your superday, others will still interview you (to keep their word) but since they already have their guys/girls (from the 1st superday) they're looking for reasons to ding you so you'll have to really really impress.

11/22/12

Alright, thanks guys. I will just email them after the holidays and say that I am unable to make it and ask if there is any way to do it on another date. In response to the first poster- yes, 100% unable to make it, unfortunately. I'm (not trying to be arrogant) a pretty top candidate for this bank (they've been trying to recruit me since last January), so I am hopeful they will be understanding, but I will let you guys know.

11/22/12

If you're a top candidate, then I'm sure they'll be able to figure something out - and if you 100% can't make it then I guess you have no choice but to ask them about it haha. Good luck and I hope it works out.

11/22/12

Just wondering, if your an out-of-towner do they pay your fare ?

"I like money (as do most females) but love is...great :)"-student
"Perhaps you've failed to take into account my hidden assets"-007
Looming Hurricaine

In reply to BatMasterson
11/22/12

Financier4Hire:
Just wondering, if your an out-of-towner do they pay your fare ?

Yes, they'll pay your airfare and hotel room cost if you have to stay the night.

11/22/12

Not sure on paying fares- all they sent me was a very generic email inviting me to come and giving me the day (didn't even tell me the time it started). They asked for an RSVP, so I am assuming they will tell me details when I say I am coming. I know some other banks have paid for transportation, but this firm is a bit smaller, so they might not.

11/22/12

Most banks, especially in larger/HQ offices, have more than one superday, but it may be tiered by schools (i.e. they go to schools A, B, C, and D at the end of 2012 and hold a superday for those schools, and then they go to schools E, F, G, and H in January 2013 and then hold a superday for those schools).

11/22/12

To unlock this content for free, please login / register below.

  • Facebook
  • Google Plus
  • LinkeIn
  • Twitter
Connecting helps us build a vibrant community. We'll never share your info without your permission. Sign up with email or if you are already a member, login here Bonus: Also get 6 free financial modeling lessons for free ($200+ value) when you register!

What's Your Opinion? Comment below:

Login or register to get credit (collect bananas).
All anonymous comments are unpublished until reviewed. No links or promotional material will be allowed. Most comments are published within 24 hours.
WallStreet Prep Master Financial Modeling