Keith Mann: Co-Founder and Philanthropist

Keith Mann started as an entrepreneur in New York City. Now, Mann is the co-founder of the company Dynamic Search Partners, which specializes in hedge funds and alternative investments. Mann is also the managing director of the company. Mann has worked in the alternative investment field for 16 years. DSP has filled over 200 company mandates each year in the United States, Asia, and Europe. Keith Mann is not to be confused with the animal rights activist who has the same name. Unlike the Dynamic Search Partners Mann, the animal rights activist Mann is from England.

Keith Mann is a philanthropist, raising over 22,000 dollars for the Uncommon Schools of New York. The Uncommon Schools of New York program helps and supports low-income students to lessen the gap between high-end schools and low-end schools grading scores. Mann wants to help students and believes that every student should have the opportunity to go to college. Keith also created the scholarship for professional achievement. This scholarship will help students from one Uncommon High School go to college, and will have the available means to go to a four-year university. Mann also believes and supports New York City police officers. In the winter of 2015, Keith and his wife, Keely Mann donated lunch to the 54th precinct in New York. Mann believes that citizens should respect the police, and not attack them at peaceful protests.

Mr. Mann believes in a strong work ethic, and wants students of all ages to succeed, which is why he and his wife, Keely, created the scholarship for professional achievement at a local New York City high school.

The Remarkable Achievements of Solo Capital Founder and CEO Sanjay Shah

Solo Capital is a London based boutique financial services company with an international outlook. According to the Solo Capital Shah website, the company offers a wide portfolio of services including corporate consulting, professional sports investments and proprietary trading. The consulting division focuses on human capital, performance and investments while the proprietary trading division is involved in commodities, derivatives and forex trading. Under the professional sports investments division, the firm undertakes performance management, talent acquisition and commercial representation and advising. Solo Capital founder is Mr. Sanjay Shah, a seasoned investor, financial strategist and philanthropist.

On March 2015, Solo Capital Partners recorded a networth of £15.5 million and cumulative assets in the region of £67.5 million. Besides Solo Capital, Shah controls over 3 dozen other companies in London, Malta, The Cayman Islands, Dubai and The British Virgin Islands. Before the incorporation of Solo Capital, in September 2011, Shah started out as an astute businessman. He remarkably earned £19 million in March 31, 2011 and took over Old Park Lane Capital 3 years later. Old Park Lane Capital is an invitation only stockbroker focused on natural resources. In January 2016, the company had a networth of $280 million. Shah’s record breaking earnings in 2011 came as a surprise to many because many companies at the time were pushing for salary freeze and giving profit warnings.

Shah started his career by studying medical student before changing his mind to pursue finance and investment. Over the years, Shah has served as an accountant in various leading banks, including Credit Suisse, Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley. During the global financial crisis of 2009, Shah lost his job and made a life changing decision to start his own brokerage firm, Solo Capital. Outside his corporate engagements, Sanjay Shah supports various societal causes. One of the organizations close to his heart is Autism Rocks, which he founded in 2014. According to the online magazine Global Citizen, Shah established Autism Rocks after his 2 year old son Nikhil was diagnosed with the disease. The organization stages musical gigs around the world to raise funds to support people with autism through research.

 

Read more about Sanjay Shah:

http://global-citizen.com/a-princely-sum-for-autism-research/

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