History of Solo Capital and Sanjay Shah

Solo Capital Markets is a global company based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in the year 2011, September. The company deals with consulting, professional sports investments and proprietary trading. As of the 31 March 2015, Solo Capital Partners had a cash flow of £30.26 million, a net worth of £15.45 million, and assets amounting to £67.45 million.

Sanjay Shah is the founder of Solo Capital markets, and he also owns more than 36 other companies across the British Virgin Islands, London, Luxembourg, Dubai, The Cayman Islands and Malta. In 2014, he bought the Old Park Lane Capital, which is an only invitation stockbroker which focuses on natural resources. As of January 2016, Sanjay Shah was considered to have a net worth of US$280 million, and he considered himself retired.

The birth of Solo Capital
Mr Sanjay did not start out in the financial industry, as he had studied medicine instead which led him to become an accountant and worked for a couple of investment banks. He was made redundant in 2009 during the financial crisis, and without any prospects for a new job, he took on the challenge of starting his brokerage company and this started the beginning of Solo Capital.

Origin of Autism Rocks
Sanjay also founded Autism Rocks an organisation that aims at raising money for research by and creating awareness about autism by throwing concerts. His first Autism Rock concert was in 2014 with Prince, and only invited people. Since then, Mr. Sanjay has held other concerts which featured Lenny, Drake Kravitz, Snoop Dogg, Michael Bublè, and other numerous well-known DJs.

To spread more awareness via Autism Rocks, Mr Sanjay spent over US$100,000 on the domain name Autism Rocks to set up a website for the organisation. He’s also a trustee of Autism Research Trust, which offers monetary support to Cambridge University’s Autism Researchers. Mr Sanjay and his wife have made their donations to the trust as well.


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