I've got an interview with a small boutiquein NYC in the next few weeks. Anyways I cold emailed the MP and he forwarded my info to an MD who eventually called me on the phone. We talked and he said set up a time to come by and meet him and the MP. They both have seen my resume and know I have an engineering background.
This firm deals alot with advisory/M&A type activity...my question is: How technical will the questions be?
This firm is pretty small so I dont think they would have a SOP for how they handle interviews.
I have the WSO tech and fit guide, and i've complied them and made my own 15+ page study guide. I think this should suffice (in addition to basic industry research).
Anything else I should look for? What are the chances they will make me try to do aon the spot since i'm a non-finance/non-business undergrad?
I've taken a graduate accounting and econ classes, so I am pretty straight with the financial statements, PV, inflation and interest rate basics.
Anything else I should focus on? Thx.