OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Eat our own cattle food
What is the key to strategizing for superior investment performance? We say its self-monitoring and introspection! At Mudraksh, we perform these tasks not only for our stakeholders, but also ourselves. We are our own first customers. Hence, naturally, we get continuous feedback on our product, which helps us get better at what we do. We believe that experiencing the same plights as our stakeholders adds to our perspective, which is a prerequisite in building a great solution.
Build credibility through transparency
As a financial management company, our utmost priority is to maintain cordial relations. Stakeholders won’t engage with an organization they don’t trust. Managers won’t toil for an institution that doesn’t interact with them. We are dedicated to building trust internally and externally, to have a positive working environment. When we make a mistake, we come forward. When we don’t know what to do or how to do it, we look for help. When we’re excited, we invite everyone to celebrate.
Really solve real problems
We do not build futile ways to throw sheep or till virtual farms. We’re focused on solving real problems and rather, in solving these well. This requires a deep understanding of issues, making sure our solutions are properly implemented and not letting our visions pose as an obstacle in launching things.
Help people achieve their goals
We believe in constant growth, both personal and professional. We refrain from hiring anyone who isn’t dedicated to get something out of the experience. We do not want to sell investment solutions unless they benefit our stakeholders, and we are always on our toes to assist them find a better tool if that is what they need. Anyone who associates with us at any level should be able to draw out beneficial outcomes, whether they’re an employee or partner.
Have empathy and give respect
It’s tough to build mechanisms that help people without understanding their struggles, and it’s impossible to understand someone’s struggle unless you respect them. We strive to empathize with our stakeholders, fellow team members, and others we interact with. We take every opportunity we have to understand our stakeholders’ viewpoint and remember that no idea, opinion or perspective is worthless.
Don’t be a yes-man
Great ideas cannot originate in a vacuum. They need a healthy, encouraging environment to bud and prosper. We encourage debate and collaboration. We expect questions and prepare to back up our decisions. Being a feedback-forward company, we welcome feedback on all parts of Mudraksh & McShaw from all of our employees, stakeholders, and partners. We believe healthy disagreements lead to better solutions.
Prepare for the unexpected
Few economic fundamentals genuinely work according to their predicted mechanisms. Markets are bound to react in unexpected ways. Areas of anticipated outcomes may fall and the external environment may shift. Effectively managing investments requires constantly reassessing the ever-changing economic scenario and preparing for the worst. The willingness and ability to innovate in the next wave of transformation is what will keep us going.
Strives for excellence, operates with integrity
The zeal to get brilliant results out of all our areas of operation has been our motto from the very beginning. As an important aspect of professionalism, quality perfection is reflected in every operation we undertake. Asdditionally, the success of an organization is built on the trust of stakeholders, employees and the general public. Hence every operation is performed with utmost integrity.
No company can coerce its employees or itself to be immaculately selfless, but with the right motivation, we can all do our bit. One of the main reasons for our inception was to counter the mis-selling of financial products, and thus, we have an ethos of serving the society by leading it to the echelon of financial awareness. We believe that the society can be bettered by raising both the aptitude to serve and the performance as servant of existing major institutions by new regenerative forces operating within them.