‘Every setback is an opportunity to recalibrate’
Rashesh Shah founded Edelweiss as a capital markets intermediary. With his innovative approach, he has expanded into allied businesses, making Edelweiss a leading financial services organization
What’s the most fun thing about being in financial services?
The balancing act required in financial services makes it a very exciting field to work in. The constantly changing, dynamic nature of the business requires you to always be on your toes but at the same time, the opportunity to build a sustainable, long-term business by focusing on the basics makes it a healthy balance of short-term dynamism and long-term stability
What’s the most innovative product to come out of Edelweiss? What are the returns from this innovation?
Our DNA is what sets us apart from most other organizations. We have always believed in creating an entrepreneurial culture within the organization where people are encouraged to become owners and empowered to take decisions. This has helped us compete in a market which has several large, well-established names and establish a niche for ourselves. The way we see it, Edelweiss today is what it is because of our culture, values and ethos. Read More…
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