Sanjay Shah’s Investment Firm

Sanjay Shah is an individual who has always had a passion for business. In 2008, after the financial crisis that struck the world, Sanjay Shah understood what it was like to have nothing after losing his job as a repercussion to the crisis. Rather than quitting, Sanjay Shah continued to pursue his passion for business in the finance industry and began to start up his own business despite being an unemployed individual. This dedication demonstrates how hard Sanjay Shah worked to not only pursue his dreams, but to also provide for his family. Ever since then, Sanjay Shah has been the successful owner and CEO of Solo Capital, an alternative investment firm that is located in London. This company that was started in 2011, has already made significant and positive changes to the world’s economy and well as investments. Sanjay Shah hopes that his firm will continue offering expert advice that will reduce risk liability and increase the overall rate of return.

In addition to being a successful businessman, Sanjay Shah has always put his family first. As a result of a recent diagnosis of his son who has been diagnosed with autism, Sanjay Shah has started up an organization that has the overall mission of furthering the research of autism. Sanjay Shah has no desire to cure his child of autism; however, Mr. Shah has the desire to learn more about autism and how it can affect the thinking process within the brain. Sanjay Shah knows that this fundraising towards research will not only benefit him, but will also benefit other parents with similar predicaments.

Autism Rocks wants to educate people around the world of how relevant autism truly is and how common it is among children. Sanjay Shah wants to present all the facts of autism in a fun way that inspires donations. As a result, Sanjay Shah continuously hosts large events in London to showcase popular global superstars as a headliner and as a motivator for people to donate towards Autism Rocks. All of the money made at these events goes directly towards the research of autism.

 

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