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Osage Bio Energy
Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis was asked...3 November 2015

How to calculate the NPV of a new opportunity

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haha, NPV is basic for a Financial Manager, If you wanna do it exactly you have to llok at expected interest rate for your period, then calculate the Cash flow of future years ,then discount them by geometrical average of interest rate. Less


How do your skills fit with the job requirements?

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I described my skills, which were a great fit.

What would your first day on the job be like, if hired?

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I would schedule time with all of my direct reports and customers/stakeholders to establish relationships, and try to determine their primary issues and concerns, and how I could best support them. Less


Describe one situation when you took a risk

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I told one of my job experience when I had to take a risk.

BSH Hausgeräte

Q: Expected yearly gross salary?

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I have stated that I would like discuss this later on the process.


General case study questions Focus on basics of the business model

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Leveraged experience in previous companies to understand business Proposed analysis to better address some problems/issues d Less

Bajaj Finance

What do you understand by Financial Planning and Analysis?

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It is about budgeting, forecasting, variance analysis and helping management with critical info to take decisions Less


Why you choose to apply for Deloitte?

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I did a lot of research on Deloitte and reflected that as this is the top firm in Big-4 league, it will be an honor to serve and enrich myself with experience of lifetime. Less

DXC Technology

CV and Experience

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taking the counterparts through the CV and broader commented my experience.


I don't think there was a question posed to me that I had difficulty answering. I wish I had delved deeper into the difficulties they spoke to me about because, as honest as they were with me in the interview, the problems were so much more complex and, ultimately, insurmountable for me. If I had been more probing with my questions, I might have gained more knowledge that would have led to me not accepting their offer.

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