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    did anyone hear back from greenhill?
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    (Original post by torres657)
    is it for FT role?
    No I applied for a summer role.
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    (Original post by olly_price)
    No I applied for a summer role.
    but in their website opening date for SA London is 12th September
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    (Original post by bolt16)
    did anyone hear back from greenhill?
    No have you?
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    Hey everyone hope the summer's going well Are the Citi SA positions only in North America, are there not any in EMEA?


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    (Original post by apriori1234)
    Hey everyone hope the summer's going well Are the Citi SA positions only in North America, are there not any in EMEA?


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    Yes there will be. It's only August guys. Most banks don't even open until September.

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    (Original post by econibpe)
    I was only recently introduced to the contact and I haven't even approached him yet. I was asking to find out how much to realistically expect - chill with the hostility mate.
    there´s zero hostility dude, the last thing I have time for. Just don´t really see the point of you asking if you know more about it than the people you are asking.

    Good luck with the family friend you just met, hopefully GS IBD in NY
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    These DB work experience questions. Wtaf.

    Edit: OMG there's more general questions nearer the end. DB can go f**k themselves.
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    (Original post by JimbobJam)
    These DB work experience questions. Wtaf.

    Edit: OMG there's more general questions nearer the end. DB can go f**k themselves.
    I love this

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    (Original post by JimbobJam)
    These DB work experience questions. Wtaf.

    Edit: OMG there's more general questions nearer the end. DB can go f**k themselves.
    Hahaha, I would say the formatting of the application form annoyed me more than the WE questions
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    (Original post by Dante991)
    Hahaha, I would say the formatting of the application form annoyed me more than the WE questions
    the interface is so poor, shameful
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    (Original post by econibpe)
    My contact is an MD, does this make things much better?
    Speaking from my own experience and the networking I've done, MD's aren't going to have much of an impact on who's being recruited for SA. You're better off networking with analysts or associates.
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    first round for Lehman, anyone else?
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    (Original post by gsbs2)
    first round for Lehman, anyone else?
    Looooooooooooooooooooooooooool
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    (Original post by gsbs2)
    first round for Lehman, anyone else?
    Got a first round from Bear coming up in two weeks.

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    (Original post by Dante991)
    No have you?
    no nothing yet
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    Anyone done the numerical for DB yet?
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    For those asking about the Greenhill applicant process - this is from an article posted two days ago by a recent intern.

    "
    The Greenhill application process is fairly straightforward, starting from filing an online application form and then taking the standard internet based quantitative test. After the test, if successful at this stage, candidates will be invited to have a phone interview with The Recruiter. The questions are fairly standard and mainly involve understanding your desire to join the industry and your personal story. The next stage will be a face to face interview with The Recruiter, whether at the offices or through video conferencing, and will include slightly more technical focused questions. The final stage of the interview, is the first time that the candidate will meet with Greenhill staff. The structure may have changed slightly since I interviewed, but it involved around 3-4 fairly short 20 minute interviews with Associates, VPs and above. The questions are very interviewer dependent but generally cover fit, background and may touch upon technical knowledge.
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    'The Recruiter' being Freshminds
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    (Original post by Dante991)
    Anyone done the numerical for DB yet?
    in the past, I think it is the same provider as CS's one
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    (Original post by Dante991)
    For those asking about the Greenhill applicant process - this is from an article posted two days ago by a recent intern.

    "
    The Greenhill application process is fairly straightforward, starting from filing an online application form and then taking the standard internet based quantitative test. After the test, if successful at this stage, candidates will be invited to have a phone interview with The Recruiter. The questions are fairly standard and mainly involve understanding your desire to join the industry and your personal story. The next stage will be a face to face interview with The Recruiter, whether at the offices or through video conferencing, and will include slightly more technical focused questions. The final stage of the interview, is the first time that the candidate will meet with Greenhill staff. The structure may have changed slightly since I interviewed, but it involved around 3-4 fairly short 20 minute interviews with Associates, VPs and above. The questions are very interviewer dependent but generally cover fit, background and may touch upon technical knowledge.
    "

    'The Recruiter' being Freshminds
    cheers
 
 
 
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