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An Investment Banking Business Analyst mainly works on conducting the industry research, developing financial valuation model, identifying and executing market transactions for private investors.
The Business Analyst for Investment Banking test is designed to assess the candidates in the area of Investment Banking, Equity, FRM, CFA, Risk management, Data Mining, SDLC, Data Modelling, Derivatives, etc. This test consists of meaningful questions on covariance, risk-free security, investment grade, debenture, bond, treasury stock, bondholders, mortgage, asset-back securities and much more. Using powerful reporting, you will have a detailed analysis of test results to help you make better decisions and predict candidate and employee success.
Business Analyst Investment Banking Test Contains:
Business Analyst: 10 Questions 10 minutes
Investment Banking: 10 Questions 10 minutes
Analytical Thinking: 5 Questions 10 minutes
Writing Skills: 5 Questions 5 minutes
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Jr. Business Analyst - Investment Banking (0-2 years experience)
Business Analyst - Investment Banking (0-2 years experience)
Business and Functional Analyst - Investment Banking (0-2 years experience)
Which of the following pairs CORRECTLY defines: (i) a long term unsecured debt instrument with a lower claim on assets and income other than classes of debt, and (ii) a bond issue which is secured by the issuer's property?