Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Capital IQ in February 2013.
Interview Details I came in as an experienced hire, so my interview process was a bit different. Basically, it was sitting with three different people (a VP, an associate and my boss) and just talking about why I wanted the position and my strengths with customer service. Very easy interview- they need people so as long as you have a pulse you should be okay.
Interview Question – Basically having to sit there while the VP bashed my previous place of employment. I, being a professional (unlike half the people at the company), did not join in on the bashing. Still not sure if that was a test or if the VP is that immature. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Flat offer. No negotiation. At the end of the day, you are a pawn in a conglomerate- they don't care about you. It used to be that Capital IQ was an agile, small time software company. The company has gone to the dogs.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Capital IQ in January 2013.
1. Aptitude Test
2. HR interview
3. Technical written
4. Manager level Interview
5. Director level interview
Interview Question – Elaborate Hedge funds in detail View Answer
I applied through college or university - interviewed at Capital IQ in January 2013.
they have a process which consists of 5 rounds.
initial round- aptitude test
2nd round- hr interview
3rd round-written subjective test of 2 hrs
following rounds are interview rounds
Interview Question – what is tops down strategy of investing Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Capital IQ.
Interview Details Written Aptitude - HR Interview - Written Test (GK,Logical reasoning) - Manager Round - Director Round
Interview Question – Difference between Merger and Accquisition View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Capital IQ in January 2013.
Interview Details Interview process started with Aptitude test which moderate basically elimination round and was used to check accuracy ,speed of the candidates.After that there was a technical round followed by final round.In the technical round they will ask about basic financial questions like what is the diff. between debentures and equity,and basic questions related to stocks,investment.
Interview Question – Questions were pretty basic. Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Capital IQ in January 2013.
Interview Question – Why didn't get growth in your last organization? View Answers (4)
Negotiation Details – No negotiations
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Capital IQ.
1.Written technical round -subjective database queries,collections.generics and MCQ for core java concepts
2.Basics of android and more stress on core java concepts
Interview Question – Collections and databases Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Capital IQ.
Interview Details The total number of interviews were 4. I had to go on the campus and was there whole day. The questions were related to general accounting/ economics terminology and general knowledge about current affairs.
Interview Question – They asked me to associate the name of a person with whatever they were famous for and tehn they mentioned a random name that does not exist. View Answer
Reason for Declining – I got another offer from another company taht I preferred working in.
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Capital IQ.
Interview Details This was through campus recruitment. We first had a written test where there were 4 profiles i.e, SE, DBA, QA, BA to consider. It onsisted of basic aptitude and also questions regarding the respective profiles. I was actually selected for BA from the written test and went through an interview the same day but was asked if I was open to QA as they didn't have openings for BA presently. So i went through another round of interview for QA. I was shortlisted and was called to their office after 25 days and had a second round of interview, mostly about different types of testings, giving practical examples and asked me how i would test them and how i tested my project ...very friendly and cheerful. I was also offered internship for 6 months.
Interview Question – Explain STLC, various types of testing Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Capital IQ.
It was a campus drive.We were given a choice of applying for BA/QA/DBA/SE . According to that we were asked to write appropriate sections in written test. Aptitude, challenge u experienced were compulsory sections.Apart from that coding section, technical section, Testing questions were there. I attempted BA and QA questions mostly and got through written.
In the first interview, i was asked to draw a flowchart , usecase diagram, interviewer asked me to explain what is a usecase, gave me a situation like developing a shower for a physically handicapped person and some general questions.
After !st round we were asked to leave. Shortlisted candidates were asked to come to their office.
Interview Question – Draw a flow chart to go to your home. Answer Question
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