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Capital One
A un Senior Business Analyst le preguntaron...1 de agosto de 2017

The company is losing 1 million subscribers every month. What are the possible reasons for losing subscribers? Given the company is losing subscribers at this pace, how long can the company continue, until it starts making loss?

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25 months

12Bn Rev Per year 9BN cost per year Customer Loss per year = 1million *12 months = 12 million customers Revenue per customer per year = 36 + 7*12 = $120 Each year, company looses 1.44BN. = (12 million *120) To make a loss, company must loose 3BN 3BN/1.44BN = 2.083 years 2.083 years = 25 months. Menos

25 months doesn't sound right... Revenue: $12 billion Costs: $9 billion Profit: $3 billion Customer lost/month = 1 million Revenue lost/month = (36/12 + 7) = $10 * 1 million = $10 million Break even = $3 billion / $10 million = 300 months 300 months / 12 = 25 years The only way I can see 25 months is if we assumed Ad Revenue is Annual and CANNOT be broken down to month average/customer. In that case Annual Revenue/Customer = 36 + (7 *12) = $120/customer Total lost revenue/month = 120 * 1 million = 120 million Breakeven = 3 billion / 120 million = 25 months Menos

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Capital One

They check for your attitude, your approach and your anxiety level! I solved both the case studies and I know I rocked the behavioral and Data challenge round, but still didn't ended up not being selected, why?

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Can you please tell me more about the hacker rank round? what type of questions were there? Also about the sql ? Menos

Hi Y0u mentioned that you have cases compiled together. Can you please share it here? It would be really helpful. Thanks in advance Menos

I didn't practice the case solving approach enough. Though I had the math right, my approach was messy with too many papers and switching between many papers. Menos

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Al Baik

why should you join us

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Accountant

Because i’ve very experience in the felid

Because everyone need work with brand

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Al-Futtaim Group

Why are you leaving your job

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Searching for a better opportunity

Dear Sir/Madam I have done MBA finance . I have 5 years of experience in General Ledger Accounting. 3.0 years of Experience in Hospitality. 2.0 years of Experience in Real Estate. Now am working Accounting at DRFCO group of companies in the Food and Beverages account, Ras Al Khor, Dubai. I worked with as Transaction processing Associate in the Record to Report(RTR) process at Accenture solution pvt Ltd Chennai, India. Thanks & Regards Shuhaib muhammed Dubai, UAE Mob: 971 50 191 6065 Menos

i am B.com,university graduate holder,from 2003 to 2006,i have to started my carreir from 2007 to still doing work,ifrom 2007 to 2013-working in UAE,purchase accountant,administration works,document controler,data entry etcc,from 2015 to 2018 present working in BRUNEI DARUSSALAM same work and personel assistant to my boss Menos

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SS&C

whats the entry for an accrual, how do you reverse the accrual once paid

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That answer is correct

1) credit liability, debit expense 2) debit liability, credit cash

Wrong answer abt reversing accrual!!!

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Capital One

Given the company forms a partnership with Hulu. The subscription fee is $2 per customer per month and ad revenue is $3 per customer per month, for additional customers. Hulu has 50 million subscribers and the adoption rate is 20%. How will this affect the company? How long can the company last without making loss?

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I think there is enough information. We know from the previous question, their programming rights and contest cost 9Bn. Maybe they'd increase with the Hulu subscription. But assuming they stay the same, the business can last 30 months. Hulu has 50 M subscribers, adoption rate is 20% So, 10 million customers will sign up for this service Subscription fee is 2 per customer per month 2X12= 24 per year 24X10M= 240M in subscription fees per year Ad revenue is 3 per customer per month 3X12=36 per year 36X10M= 360M in ad revenue per year 240M+360M=600M in total revenue from Hulu partnership On a per month basis revenue from Hulu is 50M 750M in costs per month We know that once they reach 75M customers, they stop making a profit, and only break even. This is in month 25 Considering the monthly costs of 750M and the 50M in Hulu subscription revenue, we knows that once their revenue is 700M, they’ll no longer be making a profit. When their monthly revenue is 700M, they have 70M customers You can also set up an equation to determine the period when they’ll no longer net a profit X+50M=750M X=700M They’ll have 70M customers in month 30th So, the business can last until month 30th Menos

How do you calculate that they will have 70m customers in month 30

Doesn't seem to be enough data here.... Time period? Costs?

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Marvin

Why are you leaving your current job?

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I am a team player and I am trustworthy. I have built shower doors at Kohler in Union City TN. I worked through a temporary service for a year and a half and every temporary hired through the service was laid off.. Menos

Sold Family business and it was only seasonal/ I'm needing a full-time job.

It's my family's Business and they have Sold out

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Capital One

Case 1: Given APR, Interchange fee, Avg monthly balance, Avg spend every month, and loss rate of 3% calculate the profit per customer. Now justify if it is profitable to give cash back to the customers.. Case 2: 2 ways of campaigning for credit cards 1. Email - 10% of applicants become customers - each representative can verify 10 email applications in an hr and is paid $25/hr 2. Chat - 20% of applicants become customers - each representative can respond to 4 applications in an hr and is paid $25/hr Profit per customer in both the cases in $100. which one is profitable email or chat. Draw the graph of profit vs no of applicants Consider a scenario where there are only 5 representatives to handle applications. In this case which one is more profitable email or chat. calculate the breakeven point for the no of representatives where chat will be profitable than email.

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Hi Could you please let me know if the guys who are selected had 5th round?

First Question: Email: 10% * 10 = 1 --> get 1 customer with $ 25 per hour Chat: 20% * 4 = 0.8 --> get 0.8 customer with $25 per hour Email is more profitable Second question: Email cost $25 to get one customer Chat cost $25/0.8 = $31.25 to get one customer Both of the profit is $100 Assume the profit is before the pay to the representatives Email graph: line with slope of (100-25)/10 Cost graph: line with slope of (100-31.25)/10 Not sure how to solve the rest of the questions Menos

Basic profit and loss calculations. 1 hr of case round and these can be completed in 45 mins. They assess your thought process and your accuracy in doing the calculations. But not sure on what basis they finally select some one for fifth round. You may do well in case round and still you will not be called for the fifth round. Menos

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PwC

If you were to be re-incarnated as an animal what type would you be and why

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I would choose to be Bush Duiker being the fastest running animal and very clean. This shows it is very intelligent and now how to make the right decisions in its surroundings Menos

I don't believe in re-incarnation - if you want achieve something, you'd better plan to do it in this life! Menos

I would choose an eagle, because the ability to explore the surrounding area without any obstruction.meanwhile others need to survive on the surface.Besides that,eagle also have a sharp eye to elocate the prey. Menos

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Capital One

A gas station has 30 gallon of gasoline worth 1.20 per gallon and some worth 1.40 per gallon .how many gallons of the 1.40 brand must the owner mix in to produce gasoline that cost 1.28 per gallon

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x+y=30 (amt of gas the station has available) x = 30 - y (1.2x + 1.4y)/(30) = 1.28 ((1.2*(30 - y) + 1.4y))/(30) = 1.28 1.2*(30 - y) + 1.4y = 38.4 36 - 1.2y + 1.4y = 38.4 .2y = 2.4 y = 12 Menos

(1.2x + 1.4y) / (x + y) = 1.28 1.2x + 1.4y = 1.28x + 1.28y 1.4y - 1.28y = 1.28x - 1.2x .12y = .08x y = .66666667x = (2/3) x if x = 30, y = 30 x (2/3) = 20 Menos

20; if 30, the price would be 1.30. so has to be smaller than 30.

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