If you have got an interview as Bank Manager coming up then you will have a strong proven track record in the banking world and could be going for a promotion as well as looking for another opportunity with a different bank. Whatever the scenario, when planning an interview the principles are the same. The banking world is a client facing and very professional world so it is important to dress and act in this way for your interview.Related
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Do your research into the bank well. Have you been into that branch before, do you know the size of the branch? Have you seen previous managers or staff and how they seem to operate? Look into the banks products and services that you will be expecting to sell and to motivate your staff to sell.
As a Bank Manager you will need to make some difficult decisions about the workings of the bank and the staff that work in that bank and you must be able to demonstrate your capability of this during your interview.Bank Manager Interview Questions
You could be asked questions such as:
- How long have you been in the banking world?
- What makes you think you have enough skills and experience to manage this bank?
- What targets have you been used to work towards?
- What staff have you been responsible for and why?
- How would you describe your management ability?
- What services have you been best known for selling to customers?
- How do you think the challenges faced by (the bank) can be applied to other banks in the industry?
- what would you do if a client told you they would use a different platform?”
- What is your biggest professional failure
- How do you manage risks? What do you know about the industry?
- Why would you quit your current job ?
- What sort of organizational changes have you found difficult to accept?
Doing your research into the bank will ensure that you are familiar with their practices and can answer specific questions relating to that bank only. Do you know where the head office is, other locations etc, all the general details that gives you a broader view of the bank you want to work for. Good luck.