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Solo Capital Partners, also referred to as Solo Capital Limited and Solo Capital UK, was incorporated in 2011 with headquarters in London, England and regulated in the UK. As an international boutique financial services company, Solo Capital Partners specializes in proprietary trading, consulting and professional sports investments. Since its founding, Solo Capital Partners has become quite the force in the global market. As of March of 2015, Solo Capital Partners boasted incredible growth and reported a net worth of £15.45 million, assets amounting to £67.45 million and a cash flow of £30.26 million.
Solo Capital Partners was founded by Sanjay Shah, who also serves as the CEO. Shah maintains offices in London and Dubai, although he is able to spend much of his time in Dubai with his wife and young children. While Shah initially began his career interested in practicing medicine, he launched from that field into investment banking and accumulated an impressive resume in various prestigious financial institutions. Shah ultimately branched out on his own after the market crash in 2009 and set out to open his own brokerage firm. Armed with decades of experience in the financial industry and a drive for success, Shah opened Solo Capital Partners, which continues to thrive under his leadership as the CEO.
In addition to Shah’s incredible professional success, he has been widely recognized for his philanthropic efforts. Using his penchant for innovation and bringing talented people together for a cause, Shah founded Autism Rocks. Autism Rocks is a charitable organization which raises money for autism research through hosting concerts. After his son was diagnosed in 2011 with autism at the age of four, the central cause of Autism Rocks has had a very personal meaning for Shah. Although Shah was aware he had the resources to make personal donations to the cause, and continues to do so, Shah knew he could use his talents to do much more for improving the quality of life for people with autism and their loved ones acting as caregivers.
Since its first concert in 2014, Autism Rocks has made headlines with its featured events, including performances by Drake, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Bublè and Snoop Dogg. Shah remains actively involved in growing the organization and increasing awareness of needs and concerns of families affected by autism. In addition, since 2013, Shah has served as a trustee of Autism Research Trust, which provides donations to Cambridge University’s Autism Research Centre. In light of Shah’s impressive career and success in the financial industry, Shah is able to devote a considerable amount of his personal time to promoting Autism Rocks and remaining involved in its expansion.
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