Meet Shruti Yadav



Name: Shruti Yadav

Company role: Client Reporting Analyst

What does your role at Powerwrap entail? 

Producing portfolio Investment reports and Annual Tax Statements, clearing any balances resulting from any unreconciled transactions, answering to any client queries in relation to reporting and reconciliation, and liaising with other teams or third parties to investigate any discrepancies in accounts. In other words, we’re the Sherlocks of Powerwrap (show-off intended).

What nickname do you prefer to be called?

Anthony Ong (one of our Relationship Managers) calls me Shrut-star. The name has a ring to it, love it!

What you enjoy most about being Client Reporting Analyst? 

Solving tickets because there is a level of dynamism (i.e. not all queries are the same) and challenge to the questions Advisors may have for you. Working on improvement projects is also interesting because I get to understand back-end processes and think of possible solutions to resolve major bottlenecks.

What is your favourite movie?


In fact, let me quote my favorite dialogue from movie.

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job’. I was there to push people beyond what’s expected of them. I believe that’s an absolute necessity”

What do you like most about Powerwrap?

The people.

At University, I placed all importance to the technical aspects of work but it was only after I started working at Powerwrap that I understood the significance of working amongst a great set of colleagues from different backgrounds and wealth of knowledge to disperse. Everyone, right from the Management team to other team members have taken an interest in my work and overall development.

The best part about working in a growing organization is that ability to be part of different projects, cross learn and being encouraged to take initiative.

What is your favourite hobby?

There are a few- Playing basketball, dancing (Urban freestyle and Bharatnatyam) and the last one is a bit nerdy but researching on start-ups/growing companies.

If you could be someone famous, who would it be?

If I could be someone famous, why would I want to be someone else?

However, I am inspired by many people, some of whom are Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez, Indra Nooyi and Ellen Degeneres. This list can be very long but most successful people have some quality worth imbibing.

What were you like in high school?

An All-rounder of sorts. I spent half my time in dance & singing rehearsals and Debate competition practice, and the second half going for competitions. Part of the deal to be able to go for co-curriculars was to score well in academics.