Bhanu Choudhrie is an ambitious and prosperous British-Indian entrepreneur and investor who has had a colorful business career. Besides the success of his business ventures like C&C Alpha Group and Alpha Aviation Group, he is also known for his philanthropy. In a recent interview, Choudhrie opened up about his success and philanthropy.
The path to career success
This British-Indian entrepreneur studied at the University of Boston, where he graduated with a degree in International Business and Marketing. Soon after, he joined JP Morgan before moving to London to launch C&C Alpha Group, a private investment strategy firm, and Bhanu Choudhrie is its executive director.
The firm offers consulting services to various venture capital investors and involves identifying and sourcing investment deals in emerging markets. In addition to this, the firm develops solutions to promote client companies in the aviation, hospitality, healthcare, utility, and agriculture sectors.
An outstanding business leader
In 2016, this iconic business leader extended his education at Harvard Business School by pursuing the Owner and President Management Program. After completing the program, he was appointed to the director position at Megalith Financial Acquisition Corp soon after it launched its IPO in 2018. In addition to this, Bhanu Choudhrie serves as a board member at Atlantic Coast Bank and Citizens Bank.
Driven to help others
The C&C Alpha Group founder has been engaged with philanthropy from early on in his life. Notably, he is the director of Path to Success, a charity organization launched by his mother to support disadvantaged individuals focusing on women. The charity organization provides them with disability accommodations and access to quality education.
Bhanu Choudhrie also runs the Choudhrie Family Foundation, which was started by his father to support healthcare and medical research. The charity has funded research into heart diseases resulting from genetic conditions. Additionally, it has supported the education of medical students at the Columbia University Medical Center.
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