He wasn’t always in the music industry or the charity fundraising business. He worked as an accountant for many years. He originally attended King’s College to become a doctor and found that is not what he wanted to do. So he became an accountant but soon grew tired of the everyday hustle and bustle. The commute was adding extra time to his already busy schedule as an accountant, so he decided to open his own brokerage business. He hired several graduate students to help him get the business off the ground, and decided to commit to making the business work for a year. His broken business flowered into what’s called Solo Capital, and five years later has a net worth of $280 million. It is one of the leading financial firms in the Central London and Dubai areas. After the success of his business, he was able to take a back see to Solo Capital, and pursue other areas of interest such as Solo Capital.
His efforts with both businesses have raised many profitable experiences for Shah. He is in a financially stable position where he is able to focus and concentrator most of his efforts on raising funds for the charity Autism Rocks. He hopes that the money will help find the cause for Autism and help others cope. In the future, he hopes to convince some of the musicians in the business to donate a track from their soundtrack to help raise money for the cause.