Sanjay Shah Continues To Drive Success in Solo Capital and Autism Rocks

Solo Capital is a global financial services company headquartered in London. The firm was incorporated back in 2011, and it is regulated in the United Kingdom. Primarily, the company encompasses professional sports investment, proprietary trading, and consulting. As at March 2015, Solo Capital had assets worth £67.45million under its management, net worth of £15.45 million, and £30.26 million of cash flow.

 

The Solo Capital was founded by Sanjay Shah Denmark. The firm is a subsidiary of larger Conglomerate that includes more than three dozen companies. In simplest term, Sanjay is billionaire investors with companies across the main cities in the world including London, Dubai, British Virgin Island, Luxembourg, New York, and Cayman Island. . Currently, the firm feature offices in Dubai and London from where Sanjay Shah operates his businesses.

 

Apart from very successful investment career, Sanjay is also involved in active philanthropist work. In 2011, he founded Autism Rock, A charity organization that creates awareness about Autism, a neural development disorder. The organization also raises money for Autism research and help low-income families with children affected by the condition. Besides, Sanjay has been a trustee and director of Autism Research Trust, an organization that funds Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University.

 

Autism Rock raises fund through staging live music concerts, and the first concert was held back in 2014. The charity has also worked with many international artist and DJs such as Prince, Drake, Snoop Dogg, Michael Buble, and Lenny Kravitz.

 

In 2016, Autism awareness concert started on April 2, and it was featuring American rappers such as Tyga perform live and raise awareness about autism. The official DJs for the 2016 live concerts were Fever and BFG. There were also family events and fun activities like a petting zoo, inflatable rides, and rodeo bull. The autism awareness concert was held in partnership with a subsidiary of Al-Ahli Holding and 117 live.

 

According to a recent to piece penned on PR Newswire, Sanjay Shah did not study finance or investment, he studied medicine but alternatively chose to work as an accountant. He began his career working for various investment firms that include Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch. Due to 2008 financial crises, Sanjay was laid down, and there were no good prospects for him finding another job. He decided to start his own firm. He rented a room in London and the Solo capital masterly began to unfold. Sanjay has continued to drive success in Solo Capital, the same way he is doing with Autism Rock.

 

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