Marquee Group Advanced Finance Interview Prep

| May 4, 2020
Submitted by Melanie Wyndowe for CPD
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Prepare for finance interviews. Attend a Marquee Group Advanced Finance Interview Prep session on Friday, May 15.

Most finance interviewers ask three types of questions:

  1. Fit Questions
  2. Market Questions
  3. Technical Finance Questions

Marquee Group Advanced Finance Interview Prep sessions are focused on the most common technical finance questions that students should be prepared to answer during corporate finance interviews (e.g. investment banking, equity research, private equity or corporate finance roles).

General: Overview of the characteristics recruiters look for in candidates applying to finance-related roles.

Corporate Finance and Valuation: Discuss the concepts of equity value and enterprise value. Learn to apply comparable trading and precedent transaction analysis. Review Discounted Cash Flow (“DCF”) analysis and common DCF errors. Discuss financing alternatives available to corporations and their advantages/disadvantages. Understand how to calculate the weighted average cost of capital. Review the impact of income tax considerations on valuation.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Learn to apply valuation techniques (including precedent transactions). Identify and value synergies. Understand accretion/dilution concepts and common misconceptions. Interpret market reaction to M&A announcements. Review Leveraged Buyout (“LBO”) analysis.

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