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Legal & General Group, founded in 1836, is the second-largest institutional investment management firm in Europe, with headquarters in London. It provides investment management, mortgages, pensions, annuities and life insurance.
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After the psychometric tests, you’ll be invited to an assessment centre. Here, you will spend the best part of a day with a group of candidates, being interviewed, and preparing several scenarios.
It will be a demanding day, where most of the pressure will come by being surrounded by your competition. Make sure you have water and food with you — and stay positive throughout the day.
You will probably be asked to do a presentation in front of a panel. Your hiring manager and higher Legal & General staff will be giving you prompts, such as presenting a new product or solving problematic situations.
During the day, you may also be asked to take face-to-face interviews. Here, you will answer questions about your passions, your skills and career goals.
Legal & General often use the STAR method — some typical questions being ‘When was a time you had to communicate something difficult to a customer?’ or ‘When was the last time you worked on a team and what challenges did you face?’. Make sure you answer confidently and with expertise.
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