# Interview questions in City of London, England

Bloomberg L.P. Interviews in City of London

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24 Interviews in City of London (of 4,211)

UBS Interviews in City of London

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12 Interviews in City of London (of 1,489)

Goldman Sachs Interviews in City of London

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10 Interviews in City of London (of 3,998)

## Interview Questions in City of London

Pretty standard question that has been asked before... keep flipping a coin until a winning combination appears (either HHT or HTT). Which strategy would you pick given the choice and why. Find the probabilities of winning associated with each strategy. Essentially HHT is the better strategy. The probabilities are 2/3 HHT and 1/3 HTT. To see this if you draw a tree diagram (best to draw 4-5 iterations if you can't see it) and look at all the possible ways of winning. It turns out HHT is twice as likely to win hence the 2/3, 1/3 split. By drawing 5 iterations, both HHT and HTT seem to make an appearance 7 times. How is HHT twice as likely to win? The mathematical expectation of hte number of flipping for both compbinations is 25/2. In any case the probabilities of appearance of these compbinations are the same, so one can use both strategies with the same result. 50% 50% Show more responses |

Given a list of words, right a function to return a list of pairs of palindromes |

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How would you advise a hedgefund manager with a large portfolio who is about to announce at a conference that a Greek exit from the euro is inevitable? |

How do you price a IR Swap? |

What is liquidity? |

Who are Accenture's main competitors? |

Where do you see yourself in 10 years time |

Why do you choose Goldman Sachs |

Could you tell me about what reinsurance is? |

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