goldman sachs

  1. SeanLee

    Preparation for GS Strats London interview

    Hey guys. I hope I can get some suggestions for my interview preparation. My background is machine learning/CS. I am in my second year of master. I have no finance background. Now I got a final interview invitation from GS Strats division at London. I am applying the new analyst program. The...
  2. The Spartan Guy

    What are some second tier banks with quant roles in Asia Pacific?

    I am finishing my Ph.D. in Computer engineering and need to get my feet in the door. Not being from a top ten university, I don't think my profile meets the expectation of giants like J. P. M, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank etc. However, I am interested to know what are some other banks which have...
  3. Vanessa Quintero

    Undergraduate looking for advice

    Hello all! So this is my first post. I am a freshman in college and I chose to major in Electrical Engineering, however, I don't know if that is what I would really like to be. I was talking to a fellow friend who is also a Professor that traveled and has experienced a great deal. He had...
  4. Andy Nguyen

    What does it take to get hired by Goldman’s hot ‘strats’ group?

    If you’re someone with a mathematical bent, for whom ‘challenging’ maths questions are elementary and differential equations are fun, there is – allegedly – one place where you’ll feel especially fulfilled in banking: Goldman Sachs’ ‘strats’ Group. All banks have mathematical wizards, but the...
  5. Andy Nguyen

    Goldman Sachs vs Ex-programmer

    The story of Sergey Aleynikov as told by Michael Lewis, a legendary story teller. A month after ace programmer Sergey Aleynikov left Goldman Sachs, he was arrested. Exactly what he’d done neither the F.B.I., which interrogated him, nor the jury, which convicted him a year later, seemed to...
  6. Andy Nguyen

    From a Goldman Sachs Quant interview

    You have 10 mice and 1000 bottles of wine. You also have 24 hours before a party, and one of the bottles has been tainted with a slow acting poison, which takes 24 hours to kill a mouse. In the 24 hours you have remaining, how many bottles can you guarantee safe for human consumption (assume...