Bhanu Choudhrie grew up in India and attended college in the United States. He graduated from the University of Boston with a bachelor’s degree in international business and marketing. In 2016, he graduated from the Owners President Management Program at Harvard Business School.
He has spent most of his career working in London, England. In 2003 the became the director of the investment firm C&C Alpha Group. He also co-founded Megalith Capital Management in 2010 and Megalith Financial Acquisition Corp in 2018. Bhanu Choudhrie also serves on the board of directors of two American banks, Customers Bank and Atlantic Coast Bank.
Due to his savvy investments, Bhanu Choudhrie is now a billionaire. He has one of the United Kingdom’s wealthiest family-owned businesses. He has invested in everything from hotels to utilities to real estate to care homes. He says that his role is to provide the investment strategy that will help the companies C&C Alpha Group owns grow and meet their potential.
Bhanu Choudhrie says that his role model for investing is the legendary American investor Warren Buffett. He points out that Buffett is now 88 years old but he still makes the day-to-day decisions at Berkshire Hathaway. He feels that he achieves half of what Warren Buffett has he will feel very blessed. View Bhanu Choudhrie’s profile at Linkedin.
When he started out investing he took a lot of chances. Since that time Bhanu Choudhrie has gotten more conservative in his approach. He figured out that he didn’t need to take so much risk in order to meet the financial goals at his company.
His company has been invested in the United Arab Emirate since virtually the start. C&C Alpha Group owns Alpha Aviation Academy which is based in Sharjah. This company trains pilots who perform short haul flights for Air Arabia. They are currently able to train 120 recruits at a time. They also operate a flight training school in the Philippines where 500 pilots are training. As he puts it they take pilots “from zero to hero” and the pilot training industry is rapidly expanding.