Our values can be best understood through our thoughts on various key aspects such as Ethics & Integrity, Commitment to Clients, Valuation, Investment Management, and Team Dynamics as described below.
We give the highest importance to ethics and integrity at Elystar. We encourage all of our team members to maintain the highest standards of ethical judgment in all matters and consult/report with the management immediately in case of any hesitation/observations.
We choose to remain on the cautious side on all matters and believe in clearly communicating with our clients as well as all stakeholders to the best of our abilities. We put the preferences and privacy of our clients at the forefront of our services.
We strive to give as much information as possible about the specific investment strategies and risk-return characteristics to our clients. We further aim to be consistent and adherent to the same principles based on which the clients have committed their funds for management with us. We believe that this helps our clients manage their overall portfolio better and improve their risk-adjusted returns.
We believe valuation is an important and noble task that has tremendous ripple effects at various levels in society.
A good valuation can guide and reward good work and behavior. Further, it can help shape and support long-term visions in every domain of life.
Therefore, it is naturally consequential that we must devote our best efforts to carry out this noble activity and support it with action through investments.
Effective Investment Management is critical to support two key communities of society, namely, the investors and the investees.
Every one of us is almost always a part of both these communities at the same time.
Investors would like their hard-earned money to be allocated in a meaningful way in society while delivering returns commensurate with the associated risks. Investees would like support for their visions with a value that is fair for the level of uncertainty and the associated potential.
As Investment Managers, both these parties entrust us to do our best in managing the funds at hand.
We deeply appreciate the importance of Valuation and Investment Management and continuously strive to enrich them both in theory and application.
We respect the fundamentals of various fields that we find ourselves in the middle of when attempting to do our jobs in the best possible way. But we also have our own minds and challenge the status quo with sound arguments and develop new theories that stretch the boundaries of knowledge.
We are one team dedicated to our mission with high-quality debates on issues related to finance, economics, and investment management (and never about people making the arguments). All of us are extremely open to the idea of using the most advanced theories and technologies across disciplines in doing our jobs better every day. We believe in and encourage diversity.