Title says it. I think I fundamentally "get" investing pretty well, but maybe I could brush up on accounting and whatnot. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

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In my experience, a lot of the boutique firms care quite a lot about how well an individual fits into the company culture. So I would be prepared for behavioural styled questions - i.e. describe a difficult team situation and what you did about it.

Being an AM interview, they might also ask you about previous investments you have made, why some of them succeeded and why other's didn't. Also be prepared to answer questions such as why AM and not IB or PE.

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I'm an idiot, this is for an internship, not FT. Forgot to specify.


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