UBS IBD Frankfurt Interview advice?

UBS
#1

Hey everybody…
After having passed the online AC, I have an invitation for a fist round interview at the Investment Banking Division in Frankfurt, Germany. They told me, that the day will be as follows:

Start: 13-14 o’clock

  • Multiple Choice Test (40 questions in about 35 minutes)

…only if you succeed:

  • 2 Interviews with 2 bankers

…after that:

  • Case Study (45 minutes for preparation)
    -> 5 minutes of presentation
    -> 10 minuites of Q&A

They told me there is no real right or wrong within the case-study. They would like to see how you handle the problem, if you are clear enough and how you behave in stressful situations like the Q&A part.

Anyways: Can anybody share some experience? Would be great!!! Especially about the case study. I have no idea about what this could be.

Thx!!!

#2

hello!

I am up for the same next week, when is your interview?

have you found out more about the cases?

Xica

#3

Hey fred,

Can you share with us your experience at the AC? …I am really worried on the written numerical test? is it tougher than the online one? were u able to finish it all?
Regarding the cases and the presentation, share with me the details please.

thnx.

#4

Hello,

There are 40 questions, you have 35 min to solve them. You probably have to solve a minimum of 35 questions. In our group, those who solve less than that were “eliminated” =).

Hope that helps. I would really recommend to practice a lot.

Good luck!!!

#5

Thnx Xica…what was the case about ??

#6

Hey,

Well it wasn’t really a case. I don’t know why they told us it was gonna be one. There was just a case-like question in the interview. “How would you value our new building?”

Good night =)

#7

Hy guys,

did you apply for Frankfurt IBD or London IBD? Because will have an first round interview at UBS Frankfurt, but applied for London. I wonder that you had a case study, because the HR contact never mentioned case study, just said I will have a numerical test and if successfull, 2 further interviews.
For those who already had the interview: Was it more technical interviewing like valutation technices etc or just competency like team leader experience etc?

I am so thankfull for any response, best, Wurstblinker