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20-02-2020 04:21 PM
Unregistered Anyone received any offer yet?
18-02-2020 11:42 AM
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Is the panel interview still going on.

Does anyone have panel interview coming up? If yes, when?
Trying to figure out roughly when the results would be out.
Thanks in advance.
16-02-2020 12:00 AM
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The "largest" local PB is not even DBS
Bank of Singapore?
10-02-2020 01:40 PM
Unregistered Anyone knows how long they take to get back to you after the panel interview round?
28-01-2020 12:00 AM
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The "largest" local PB is not even DBS
nobody goes to local banks for PB. period.
27-01-2020 09:13 AM
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Well, I guess local banks is for 2nd upper/lower grads and below. Sometimes not everyone is blessed with as many choices leh..

Personally, I did a summer at JPM S&T and GS but decided to pursue a career in PB/WM because I believe WM is where the growth will be in the next decade. Will be headed to UBS GWM! Not to discount local banks, but I would say the only decent (passable) local bank I would ever consider is DBS, nothing else. Just my opinion.
The "largest" local PB is not even DBS
22-01-2020 02:02 PM
Unregistered Hey, I got emailed saying I passed the AC and that a panel interview will be scheduled early February. Any past candidates here know what exactly the panel interview entails? And also, any idea what this round of UOB MA's salary package is?
24-12-2019 05:11 PM
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Why aren't you guys applying for s&t instead? It's twice the starting salary. Lol.
Well, I guess local banks is for 2nd upper/lower grads and below. Sometimes not everyone is blessed with as many choices leh..

Personally, I did a summer at JPM S&T and GS but decided to pursue a career in PB/WM because I believe WM is where the growth will be in the next decade. Will be headed to UBS GWM! Not to discount local banks, but I would say the only decent (passable) local bank I would ever consider is DBS, nothing else. Just my opinion.
19-12-2019 07:43 PM
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Panel interviews only start in mid-Jan and last for 2-4 weeks (based on the email), so this year’s MA salary package is unknown. Previous posts put the figure at roughly 4.5k though.
Why aren't you guys applying for s&t instead? It's twice the starting salary. Lol.
19-12-2019 06:27 PM
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what I meant was that the success rate was 20%. sure, it will vary across individual ACs.

btw, your answer is as good as useless LOL because it doesn't offer any insight.
"what's the success rate for goldman - if you're good you'll get in"
"what's the success rate for google - if you're good you'll get in"
Taking both views into account, I guess we can say that while all might get through if they meet the minimum requirement, the average success rate across the board is roughly 20%. Please don't argue guys, it isn't productive to this discussion.
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