Financial Crisis Brings Big Profits For Sanjay Shah

European debt is surely paying off for some big wigs in London. It seems that many are taking huge dividends payments for the woes being felt in the European markets. These payments are coming from hedge funds that have been set up that bet on whether or not the European financial situation gets better or worse.

One such investor is Yan Huo. He is the Chief Executive of Capulo Investment Management. He is also among almost 18 executives in that firm that have benefitted greatly because of european financial woes. His take on the whole situation weighed in at more than 5.11 million pounds. Overall the total made by the entire firm was more than 92 million pounds.

Sanjay Shah was another financial wizard that was able to make quite a profit from the financial woes of the european union. He realized an amazing take of almost 19 million pounds from the venture. This is nothing new for Shah who runs a number of different businesses that are involved with the financial sector.

Shah is a self proclaimed millionaire who has “retired” because he feels that he has made his fortune and now wants to enjoy time with his family. This also offers himn more time to spend on charitable ventures that he is most interested in. He runs his own charity called Autism Rocks that helps to spread information and supports research on the neurologically based disease.

Shah is also the founder and CEO of Solo Capital based out of London. This is an investing firm that offers a number of different investing opportunities for investors to grow wealth and stabilize their portfolios. They have a team of experts that can help offer guidance on which opportunities are best for each client based on their individual needs and future visions.

Shah has been noted as being quite adept at forecasting good investment opportunities so it is no wonder that his recent landfall in the european financial has happened. It will be a while to see if these profits continue for these hedge funds. Hopefully the european financial crisis will turn around soon and offer more profits for everyone involved.