I have an interview coming up for a. I was wondering what I should devote most of my time to in terms of interview prep? Treat it as an IB analyst interview? Financial Analyst interview? Here is a description of the job so you guys can get a better sense:
"Corporate Finance Analysts will act as Investment Banking (IB) generalists, working as a part of our Global Corporate Finance team on a variety of engagements. Individuals will be assigned a wide variety of projects and given as much responsibility as their experience and capabilities permit.
Work directly with client senior management teams, board members and stakeholders throughout all phases of transaction advisory and execution, in both healthy and distressed situations
Prepare support for M&A, restructuring & special situations, and transaction opinion deal teams
Present financial models and detailed analysis to support fairness and solvency opinions to senior & Phelps during technical review meetings
Draft situation analyses, pitch materials, information memoranda, management presentations and term sheets in support of M&A assignments
Perform company, industry, market and competitor research and due diligence
Contribute to the development and communication of proposals and advice to current and prospective clients
Ensure quality of client deliverables by having strong attention to detail
Maintain open lines of communication between deal team and potential M&A buyers/sellers, including maintaining the management meetings
Analyzing credit agreements and related debt agreements to help senior management identify distressed/special situation opportunities"
Anything I should be reviewing specifically to succeed in this interview? Thanks for the help.