Solo Capital Markets was established in 2011 by Sanjay Shah. It is a profitable global boutique investment firm. It also offers financial advisory and consulting services as well as proprietary trading. The firm mainly deals with proprietary trading including trades in derivatives and commodities. It offers consulting services in areas like investment strategies, performance appraisals and human capital. In addition, Solo Capital is also involved in professional sports investments in commercial advisory, financial representation, talent acquisition and asset management.
All personnel of the firm are highly professional and skilled in providing exceptional and leading financial solutions as well as quality client service. The firm’s headquarters are in London, England and is regulated by rules of the United Kingdom. By March 2015, the firm had achieved a £15.45 million net worth. Additionally, its assets totaled £67.45 million while the total cash flow for the year was £30.26 million.
The company is fully controlled by Sanjay Shah who also owns and controls over 39 companies that are situated across Europe. He has offices in Dubai, where he currently lives, and London. Shah is a shrewd investor and entrepreneur who used his vast knowledge and experiences gained from working in various financial institutions to start and successfully manage his companies.
In 2014, Sanjay Shah acquired Old Park Lane Capital. This is an institutional stockbroker dealing with natural resources and operates on an invite-only basis. Shah is currently worth over $280 million and is retired. However, he is still actively involved in philanthropic activities most notably in raising funds for supporting and financing autism research.
Sanjay Shah was born in Marylebone, London, UK. He initially studied medicine at King’s College but later dropped out. He felt that medicine was not his passion. He later did accounting and got a job at one of the biggest global banks called Merrill Bank Lynch. He later secured employment at the Dutch Bank, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. In 2009, he left the employment sector and started a brokerage firm.
Today, Sanjay Shah is actively involved in philanthropy with a special bias in Autism. This was after his son, Nikhil, was diagnosed as autistic. His organization, Autism Rocks, raises money through tickets and money raised in invite-only concerts.
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