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Axos Bank
Commercial Banking Associate was asked...20 May 2023

What drew you to apply to this specific program?

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I heard about Axos' bank-wide rotational program. While also intrigued by that program, the idea of working for a program that provides flexibility and exposure to multiple competencies, while still focused enough to allow me to garner familiarity and expertise within a single division is very significant. Less


What do you think would be most difficult if hired? General behavioral questions. Questions related to past experience. Lending/financial analysis case study.


Why Citi, and why commercial banking? Tell me about yourself. Definitely be able to talk about past experiences where you worked in a team and encountered issues.

Bandhan Bank

What is financial Modelling, why company does that About contingent Liability About Commercial Banking, because I did a live project on it About Family Background About Financial Statement Analysis. Means what I analyzed in it


Tell me about a time you had a problem in the workplace and how you solved it.

JPMorgan Chase & Co

What market do you follow?


why commercial banking why CIBC

JPMorgan Chase & Co

Talk about a time when you failed and how you were able to recover?

Bank of Oklahoma

What is something that sets you apart from others?

Tri City National Bank

Production Years of experience Specialty industries How do you generate business

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