• Changes Taking Place at Autism Rocks

    By / April 15, 2016

    Recently the PR Newswire released a story about some new changes happening at Autism Rocks in London. Sanjay Shah, founder of Autism Rocks, has appointed two new members to its Board of Trustees. The two new members include Pete Best whose expertise has been in the financial markets sector. Previously, Pete Best was the COO… Read more

  • Sanjay Shah: Conquering Different Industries

    By / March 5, 2016

    Sanjay Shah lives in Dubai with his wife, daughter and 2 sons. He moved there to open a branch of his firm, Solo Capital. Solo Capital is headquartered in London, England and was founded in 2011, after Shah had been one of the many who was laid off during the recession in 2009. When he… Read more

  • Solo Capital Sanjay Shah

    By / February 17, 2016

    Millionaire Sanjay Shah is the owner, founder and CEO of an investment company that he started in 2011, called Solo Capital. The company specializes in proprietary trading and consulting. The company is based out of Central London but has offices in Dubai as well. Solo Capital’s business has increased rapidly throughout the years and has… Read more

  • George Soros Did Not Give $33m to Black Lives Matter Movement

    By / December 3, 2015

      George Soros is a man who wears many caps. As a businessman, he is considered one of the greatest investors of his age with the Soros Management Fund he founded in 1973 ranked among the most successful hedge funds to date (1). He is also known for his philanthropy where he has contributed billions… Read more

  • Joseph Bismark Announces Martina Hingis As QNet’s Brand Ambassador

    By / September 30, 2015

    QNet has announced Martina Hingis as its newest brand ambassador. The announcement was made by Joseph Bismark, the Managing Director of QI Group, at Hamdan Sports Arena where the company held its V-UAE. The event was held on 18th September and was attended by over 10,000 people. The tennis superstar will join a team made… Read more

  • Greek Banks Badly Wounded By The Economic Crisis Tighten Lending Even Further According To Cristian Broda And Other Economists

    By / September 11, 2015

    Christian Broda and other economists think the situation in Greece in terms of the ability of banks to lend money is at an all-time low. Broda, the economic professor and director of Duquesne Capital Management in New York City, thinks the six months of bickering with creditors and the ensuing bank shut down, and the… Read more

  • The Strength of Citadel

    By / August 28, 2015

    Citadel is one of the largest global financial institutions. It manages a large capital for investment of up to $24 billion. They employ many different investment strategies so that they can profit from their investments. They always go into deep analysis of different markets and look at different insights and ideas from their people. Their… Read more

  • The Power Of Investment Banking

    By / August 14, 2015

    Investment banking according to business dictionary found online is a specific division of bank that is related to capital creation for client companies. The definition also says that investment banks underwrite new debt as well as equity securities irrespective of the size and type of corporation. These banks provide guidance to issuers about placement of… Read more

  • Investment Banking: Different Offices

    By / August 10, 2015

    One thing that is very unique in the world of investment banking is the different offices and the involvement in the activity of investment banking. There are actually three different offices of activities depending on the type of investment bank. Typically, investment banking is divided into the activities of the front office, middle office, and… Read more

  • CDC Finds American Women are 18% Heavier than they were in the 1960s

    By / June 16, 2015

    The obesity epidemic has been discussed at length and debated about in the media for years, but now the CDC has released data to suggest obesity isn’t the biggest problem plaguing the American waistline. Being overweight, even if not “obese” is a more widespread problem. According to the recent findings, the average American woman today… Read more

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