Find a quiet location with good reception. It’s okay to interrupt your interviewer if you can’t hear them.
Please arrive a few minutes early. We want to make sure you have time to settle in.
Let us know of any time constraints. The specifics of your interviews—number of people you meet with, and for how long—will vary by role, but we’ll be mindful of your time.
Wear what makes you comfortable. We don't have a dress code for interviews (or employees).
Interviewing is a crucial part of our hiring process. As we get to know you better, you will get the chance to know the firm better, too. For those candidates who don’t have a lot of experience with interviewing, below are some ways to help you prepare.
The typical stages of a successful hiring process include: application review, domain-specific tests (coding, aptitude, etc.), case studies, phone and in-person interviews, references, and, finally, an offer. It’s possible your process may differ slightly.
Successful candidates tend to:
Where have you been?
- We’re curious about what you’re working on and what motivates you
- Be prepared to talk about your experiences, whether in research, work or internships, past projects, or something else all together
- Come ready to talk about your personal contributions
How did you get there?
- We like to see your thoughtful approaches to problem-solving
- Feel free to take time to think before answering a question
- Listen for hints if you get stuck
- Getting to the right answer is great, but we also want to understand your thought process
Where do you want to go?
- We’re interested in your desire to learn and tackle challenging projects
- For our internships and entry-level roles, we don’t necessarily expect you to have any particular business or finance experience, though some roles will require an understanding of financial concepts
- Demonstrations of curiosity and motivation matter to us
- We encourage you to ask questions along the way