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About the Question Bank

If you needed past questions for exams, you could get them in ICAI Suggested Answers, but what about Interview Questions? We asked 1000+ CAs on their real interviews to compile the TCI CA Question Bank. 7 CAs have worked on drafting and compiling their answers. Even if you study the entire CA Final Syllabus you may not be able to answer all interview questions. Because there are often concepts asked that go beyond CA Final. This Question Bank will help you answer them. You can see our sample questions and answers below

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Some Sample Questions and Answers

Try answering them yourself before looking at the answer!

What is risk free rate? How will you calculate it for Afghanistan?

(This question was asked at ITC, Nestle, Wipro, Marico and many others. The example of a country differed – some asked it for Sri Lanka, some asked it for Ukraine. In all cases, the interviewer expected you to answer how to calculate the Risk Free Rate of a country in crisis)

In theory, the risk-free rate is the minimum return an investor expects for “delaying his consumption”. The investor will not accept any additional risk unless the potential rate of return is greater than the risk-free rate. Usually the government bond rate is used as the Risk free Rate. This raises several questions – which government, and what tenure? What if the government defaults? For instance, Greece has defaulted on its debt in the past.
To solve these, we need to follow a few rules
1. You can only use a developed country government bond rate that has a very strong economy and virtually no risk of default. This leaves us with very few options – US, UK, Germany, Japan etc.
Usually the US Government 10 Year Treasury Bond Rate should be used for most calculations. This is true even if the company is from India. Because from the perspective of a global investor, Indian Government bonds are not risk free.
2. You will choose the lowest available rate. The Italian Government Bond rate is higher than German Government Bond Rate since Italy is a weaker economy. So, even for an Italian Company, you will use the German Bond rate, even though both are denominated in Euros.
3. You will convert the risk free rate to the reporting currency. An Indian Company will be reporting in INR. So you can’t directly use the US Treasury Risk free rate. You need to adjust it for relative inflation in India vs US. The formula would be – Rf (INR) = Rf (USD) x Inflation (India)/ Inflation (US)

Airline Revenue Recognition (Real Interview Question of a software company)

A passenger books her flight ticket on 1st February and pays 10% of the ticket amount. She makes the remaining payment on 5th February. The ticket is fully refundable till 15th February after which it is fully non-refundable. The flight departs at 11 pm on 28th February and arrives at 2 am on 1st March. When should the airline recognise revenue?

Slightly positive NPV (Real Interview Question of an FMCG company)

The outlay for a factory is ₹100 Crores. On calculating the Present Value of inflows I get ₹100.1 Crores (i.e. NPV is ₹10 Lakhs? Should I accept the project? What if the NPV was ₹1 Lakh? What if it was ₹1 Crores? Will you spend ₹100 Crores just to get a benefit of ₹10 Lakhs?

Inventory of Steel (Real Interview Question of a conglomerate group)
A steel manufacturer uses steel blocks to manufacture steel sheets and sells it to a car manufacturer. The price of steel has dropped by 50%. How should the steel manufacturer deal with their existing raw material? Would your answer change if you were the car manufacturer?

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