Sanjay Shah is a Dubai based British business person and owner of Solo Capital. He is also a dedicated philanthropist who directs his efforts towards autism. Sanjay Shah is the founder of the autism awareness and research charity, Autism Rocks. Before he formed Autism Rocks, Sanjay Shah partially participated in philanthropic missions in India where he helped less privileged children access medical care. In 2011 after his son was diagnosed with autism, he directed his philanthropic efforts to Autism and became a full-time philanthropist. Sanjay Shah uses Autism Rocks to spread awareness about autism and funds research into autism through the money raised by the charity. Sanjay Shah organizes private concerts by international celebrities to help raise money for autism. The first concert by Autism Rocks had a performance by the prince.Sanjay Shah and his wife donated buses to the Autism Center in Dubai in his first philanthropic move.
Solo Capital Markets is a global financial boutique that deals with investments, proprietary trading and general business consulting. Under its proprietary trading, it deals with FX, consumer commodities, and market derivatives. As a consulting firm, it offers to advise on investments, its market performance and the human capital the investment needs to prosper. It also manages professional sports investments. Its duties under this department include talent acquisition, commercial advisory, and representation, asset management, and performance management. Solo Capital has highly qualified and professional employees who are equipped with good market knowledge and experience. These employees provide the best consumer services in the market.
Solo Capital recently purchased Old Park Lane Capital and added it to its group of companies. The Old Park Lane is a stockbroker firm that specializes in natural resources stocks all over the world. The acquisition of this firm by Solo Capital shows, Solo Capital’s interest to venture into the natural resources industry as one of its expansion strategies. This Old Park Lane Capital takeover also comes at the height moment to save the struggling firm from collapsing due to continuous losses. Old Park Lane Capital was under threat of collapse after it made a £435,578 loss for the financial year to December 31, 2013. This is despite having made a profit of £82,056 in 2012 and a turnover of £1.8 million. In 2013, the turnover reduced by 57pc over to £777,527 by the end of the year.
For a long time, there have been rumors circulating around about this acquisition, but it has now been made official. Solo Capital has also appointed its current chief executive, Anne Stratford-Martin, as the new director of the board of management at Old Park Lane. The staff and clients of Old Park Lane are hoping that under this new ownership the company will be able to retrace its steps to success. The firm will get a financial hosting as part of this deal that will enable it to start its operations in the right foot.
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