Full-time interview advice

So I have a FT interview coming up pretty soon for an analyst position at an elite boutique (think Lazard, Greenhill, Evercore, Moelis etc), and I was just wondering what kind of questions I might expect in my first round (and going forward) if I have experience as a summer analyst at a BB? I know it's going to be different now that I have some experience listed but I'm just wondering it what ways. Will it still be very technical or is there an assumption that I have the technicals down and will therefore be more deal experience oriented?

I'm aware that this question has been beaten to death on various forums but, I'm more so wondering in terms of these firms as I've heard they're generally more technical.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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Sep 13, 2013 - 5:53pm

interviewed at a couple of these types of places. i think it depends on your background. i was at a bank that is known to be super technical, so i wasn't grilled as much as i was last time around (i think it was understood that my technicals were fine). mostly focused on why you're switching banks (whether you got a return offer will definitely come up), your deal experience, and fit questions.

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