* ‘I’m a people person – I like working with people and being part of a team.’ * ‘I am a very organised person who enjoys getting stuck into a project, and seeing it through from initial concept to the final stages.’ * I work very efficiently, so I accomplish a lot in a short amount of time GOOD: I have xxx years experience in custodian and fund management industry, and I am self motivated, and easy to work along with. During that time, I have a great opportunity to work with investment manager, brokers and custodian. In term of the capture of trading, daily reconciliation, settlement of trades. And I am hardworking and very reliable that make me really think I would be a great asset to your company. My personality is easy going, I can get along with people very well. So I think with all of this combined, I will quite fit into this role.
Why you leave:
* I'm looking for a position with greater opportunities for advancement. * I'm looking for better pay, because I believe I’m worth it. * I was made redundant
* My current job is great and I can’t really put my finger on any part of it that I dislike but I’m just looking to further my career’ and leave it at that * that you are not exactly challenged in your present position. If possible try to project a positive light on your present job but make an even more positive statement about what you are looking for in your next one, and why. * My career goals have changed. If you’re going into a area of the accountancy and finance profession this is a great thing to say. For example, you may be wanting to change from financial control to treasury management. However, companies want people who can step into a job Day 1, so outline how your experiences or knowledge in past jobs have prepared you well for this position. * As I understand it, this is an important need for this position. * advancement opportunities are scarce at my current job. I don’t mind a...