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    • Financial advisor interview questionsI. Interview questions samples of Financial advisorYou can use free interview questions samples of Financial advisor as below: 1. Tell me about yourself? 2. Why did you leave your last job? 3. What are your career goals for Financial advisor? 4. What is your greatest weakness? 5. What kind of salary are you looking for Financial advisor? 6. What are the skills that allow you to be a successful advisor? 7. How do you choose investments and how often you adjust portfolios? 8. Do you prepare a written plan for your clients? 9. Do you have a backup plan? 10. How do you make your client feel that you are someone to trust with their money? 11. What have you learned from your past jobs that related to Financial advisor? 12. Where would you like to be in 3 years? 5 years? 13. What made you choose to apply to Financial advisor? 14. What are key tasks for Financial advisor? 15. How to do each Financial advisor position task/function? 16. How to control each task/function of Financial advisor? Etc 17. What are your strengths and weaknesses? 18. Tell about your past performance. 19. Why did you choose this career? What does it mean to be a financial advisor?
    • 20. Can you describe your ethical responsibility to a client regarding monetary risk? 21. Can you offer your budgeting practices concerning a retirement forecast? 22. How do you maintain your customer base? 23. Can you build a customer base from scratch? 24. What are top 3 skills for Financial advisor? 25. How to measure job performance of your position: Financial advisor? 26. What do you know about the position of your Financial advisor position? 27. What qualifications and licenses do you hold? 28. How long do you work as a financial advisor and the firms you’ve worked for? 29. How many clients you’ve served, their average portfolio and the size of assets you have managed. 30. Do you take continuing education classes for financial advising?Other useful materials for job interview 1. Ebook: Ultimate Guide To Job Interview Answers: http://azjobebooks.info/103- interview-questions-and-answers/ 2. 100 Financial interview questions. http://interviewquestionsandanswers.biz/financial-interview-questions-and- answers 3. 103 common interview questions and answers.II. Financial advisor interview tips 1. Find out about which type of interview it is, how many interviewers and candidates there are, it is a formal interview or informal one. 2. Find out which qualification the interviewers expect, training courses, applying procedures, etc.
    • 3. Ask a friend or relative of yours to help you practice answering an interview.4. Prepare a list of things you want to say in the interview.5. There may be questions about normal life of yours in the interview (for example, why did you choose this university?) Be prepared for that.6. Prepare a list of questions you may ask the interviewers (for example, about their training programs and how you apply for such programs).7. Arrive 15-10 minutes earlier. Avoid going during rush hours or on crowed streets. Take a look around the university and talk to other candidates there.8. Pay attention to your body language: look straight, keep eye contacts, and smile.