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Preparing for Corporate Banking Interview

There are plenty of resources online for preparing for an investment banking interview but almost nothing on preparing for a corporate banking interview. This article will change that. So if HSBC calls you and says you are being invited in for an interview next week for a corporate banking role in

Types of Revolving Loans

What is a Revolving Loan? Revolvers are some of the most common loan products available from commercial banking and corporate banking. Most people are familiar with the concept of a regular loan. The borrower takes out a fixed amount of money (the loan principal) that must be paid off along with the

Acquisition Finance: Bank Debt

Forms of Acquisition Finance When people think about investment bankers, the first thing that comes to mind is usually is mergers & acquisitions. However, beyond the strategy and advisory component to effecting a merger, full service investment banks are eager to win acquisition finance mandates – that is providing the funds

Corporate Banking Interview Questions

Corporate banking interview questions have been hard to find on Google. Not anymore! In addition to the standard investment banking questions, corporate bankers may be expected to know some sales and trading questions as well due to how close they are to the products (Debt Capital Markets and IRD will

Corporate Banking Interview Questions

Corporate banking is about credit

Read the answers here Our corporate banking/commercial banking friends (friends only when they extend credit, otherwise just acquaintances) have brought to our attention the lack of corporate banking interview questions on the website. Good point! Corporate banking is substantial in the US, but is becoming more and more relevant in China. There

Risk Management

What is Risk Management? Back to Corporate Banking Risk management is a very important function of every bank, as checks and balances must be put in place to ensure that an organization is a going concern (has the resources or means to continue operating). There are various forms of risk that must

Counterparty Credit

Counterparty Credit Overview Back to Corporate Banking Credit is responsible for the underwriting process associated with extending loans and allowed market lines. Most banks have the relationship management and the credit underwriting/portfolio management separated so that bankers can focus on loan structuring and client demands while a credit team focuses on clearing