Hometown Journey

Man who touched the lives of less fortunate kids Shah Sanjay

Shah Sanjay is a wealthy British millionaire who has dedicated his own entire life in touching the lives of less fortunate kids in India. He is driven by the big passion of aiding poor families in India. Mr Shah a 43- years- old retired trader fueled his money into charity work for more than 10 years through Plan International Company.
Shah motherland was Kenya in African Continent, where his parents moved to London in 1960s. He was brought in Central London and later joined Kings College to undertake medicine which never interested him. The irony unfolded when Shah studied medicine course and awarded accounting instead. He worked in Merrill Lynch investment Bank for a short period as an Accountant.
Shah Sanjay also worked as head of trading in investment banks; Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, ING and the Dutch Bank until 2009.During his working period he disliked being glued in an office for long hours , in addition, he hated travelling to the workplace on a daily basis ,arguing it was time wasting.
He opened the gates of brokerage business by gambling this led to the fulfillment of his dreams of starting his own business. He ventured in small business by employing few graduates and traders, who steered the business to present giant company Solo Capital. In 2013 Shah earned GBP 19M from his Company due to well and organized Management
Solo capital has beaten the odds to become the top most company by raising net worth of $280 million. Shah the founder of the company has established offices in Dubai and London though he only oversees the operations of the blended company. Solo Capital has merged with Dubai to present music festivals every year to nurture the talents of kids.
Shah is married to Usha and blessed with a son called Nikhil. Their son developed a disorder which was diagnosed as autism by child psychologist doctors in Portland hospital. The disorder made Nikhil throw away all things he was eating and after treatment, he was to be given therapy three times for five years.
Though Shah was able to settle the bill in the hospital he wondered what would have happened if he was poor. He stretched his hand to Dubai Autism Center and donated two Hyundai minibuses to ferry the autistic kids. Shah started looking for donors to raise money to reach less fortunate kids.