I had a first interview meeting today with a hedge fund and I just cannot say if it went well or not.
Here's the setup:
Phone interview, first contact, 1 vs. 3 (HR, Associate, Director of the fund). The fund is $1.2 billion. Specialty distressed debt, from New York. I am interviewed about their energy practice. The interview was supposed to be 30min
We started with the classical questions:
Elevator pitch, explained more or less what I am doing
Some back and forth on the motivations, what I know about the company, how i see the energy sector, what's my interest in it and so on.
And then asked me if I had any questions. I then jumped right in, and asked a ton of questions, their size, their specialty, some questions about if they do any equity investments, their scope, their geography and so on and so forth. ...
More over, the associate spoke more to me than the director, he only asked 2 or 3 questions, and answered my direct questions.
I don't know what to think of it. I am concerned i spoke too much. What do you think?