Things That You Did not Know about Solo Capital and Sanjay Shah


Located in the well-known area of London, England, Solo Capital Marketers happens to be a fantastic company that works using boutique financial services that are known world-wide. This company also happens to be regulated within the location of the United Kingdom. The company Solo Capital Marketers, which has also in the past been called by Solo Capital UK and Solo Capital Limited, was first incorporated during the year of 2011 during the month of September.

Some of the specialties that this great company has are professional sports investments, consulting and also proprietary trading. Having the ability to offer so many great specialties is just one of the many great qualities that Solo Capital Marketers has to offer their clients. The end of the March month in the year of 2015 brought some great news to the doors of Solo Capital Marketers, during this time, they were able to reach a net worth that was £15.45 million, reach a cash flow that was £30.26 million and they were also able to reach a total amount of assets that equaled out to £67.45 million.

The company that currently holds control of Solo Capital Partners is the Solo Group Holdings company, and this company happens to be controlled mostly by Sanjay Shah who is the CEO and also the founder of the company. Along with being the founder of that great company, Sanjay is also the current owner for the company that is known as Aesa S.a.r.l.. This company is the company that has control over the Solo Group Holdings company. Other than operating all these companies, Sanjay Shah also happens to own companies amounting to over the amount 3 dozen, which all span across the areas of The British Virgin Islands, London, Malta, Dubai, The Cayman Islands and also Luxembourg.

Before he was able to incorporate the Solo Capital company, Sanjay Shah was able to make £19 million for the end of the 2011 year. During the year of 2014, Sanjay was able to take control over the company known to the world as Old Park Lane Capital. The Old Park Lane Capital company was a type of institutional and also invitation specific stockbroker that had a main focus that was put on the use of natural resources. As of the month of January of the year of 2016, Sanjay had a net worth that was at the number of US$280 million and actually thinks of himself as a retired individual.

Securus Challenges Global Tel Link (GTL) to Let an Independent Judge Decide

Securus Technologies has challenged its main competitor, Global Tel Link (GTL) to let an independent technology judge evaluate the product set, technologies and customer service of both companies and decide which one offers the better deal to consumers.

Securus provides a platform for secure phone calls serving prisoners and their families. Advance Connect is their prepaid service for families of prisoners. Direct Bill allows families to receive inmate phone calls from prisoners and have cost added to their monthly bill. Traditional Bill enables families to receive collect calls and have cost added to their monthly bill. Inmate Debit is a prepaid service for prisoners to pay the cost. Jail Voicemail enables leaving messages.

Securus also provides video services. With At-Home Visitation families can have a web cam link to the prisoner. Onsite Video Visitation allows the families to schedule their visit in advance. All you have to do is register your software with Securus and connect it to the free video app you can find on Google Play or the App Store.

With Securus’s Secure Instant Mail families and prisoners can communicate via email.

Even so, Securus claims the comparison between it and GTL would not be fair, because Securus has invested $670 million into Securus over the last three years in buying other companies, technological development and setting up customer service in the United States and developing products. GTL has not spent nearly that much.

According to Chief Executive Officer Richard Smith, GTL used litigation to try to say their technology and customer service are superior to Securus. Therefore, he believes a judge without any stake in the outcome could make an independent, disinterested decision, and it would be in favor of Securus. Reasons for that include:

Securus owns a domestic customer service call center using their own employees. GTL outsources customer service to Mexico.

Securus has its own, trained field employees. GTL outsources.

Securus uses a VOIP call platform, the largest for jails. GTL uses older, premise-based technology.

Former GTL customers who have switched to Securus say they get better technology, prices and customer service from Securus. Some Securus customers switch to GTL, but the rate is nearly 3 to 1 in Securus’s favor.

Securus also offers such services as: tablet apps for inmates, JobView for inmate jobs and the tracking by satellite of parolees.

Securus has its headquarters in Dallas Texas which you can learn more about on their BBB page. It provides its services to over 3,450 jails and police stations and over 1,200,000 inmates. 

At the end of 2015, John Bell joined Secarus. He is now the Senior Vice President of Sales, in charge of Securus’s 100 salespeople, including sales associates.

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Career Development of Coriant’s Current CEO Shaygan Kheradpir

Coriant originated from the Transmission Technology department of Siemens that is situated in Munich Germany. The company in 2013 was announced independent from Nokia Siemens Networks, owned and controlled by the Merlin Equity Partners.

The company, Coriant, was formed following the merge between Nokia Siemens Optical Networks, Tellabs and Sycamore Networks which are the main technology suppliers. There also stands a plan by the Marlin Equity to merge Coriant and Tellabs to operate as Coriant after they acquired Tellabs later on in 2013.

Currently, Coriant offers good deals selling hardware and software for optical transmission that supports data, voice and mobile networks immensely. Coriant has come in strongly to assist its clients in getting into profit margins. This is following their great guidance in resource utilization so as to maximize end-user revenue.

Shaygan Kheradpir who stands out as a business and technology executive, currently heads Coriant as the CEO. Being in the technology and financial industries for over 28 years, Shaygan has gained much experience and has also led to the development of various products.

He was born in London, grew up in Iran and later on moved to the United States for his education. Shaygan attended Cornell University and it is here where he got bachelors, masters and doctoral degree in electrical engineering. This saw him off to his first job at GTE laboratories back in the year 1987. Greatly managing and controlling network routing at GTE, he was named the Chief Executive Officer.

Following the merge between GTE and Verizon to form Verizon’s e-business division, Shaygan served as the president and later on became the CIO at the company. Under his leadership, telecommunication services were improved and operations greatly automated. Shaygan later joined Barclays where he served as the Chief Operating Officer. He worked for product development and this led to his promotion to now serve as the Chief Operations and Technology Officer.

Prior to joining Coriant, Shaygan joined Juniper Networks in 2014. He was named the Chief Executive Officer where he developed an Integrated Operating Plan that helped to curb the pressure from the Elliot’s activist investors.

Queens of Drama: Crystal Hunt

Emmy-nominated actress Crystal Hunt made her big return to television last spring in POP TV’s “Queens of Drama.” The clever reality series follows a group of former soap stars as they band together to create their own TV drama series in order to survive in a world that no longer watches soaps. Hunt and all the other actresses on the show, including Lindsay Hartley, Vanessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo and Donna Mills, play fictionalized versions of themselves. Soap legend Joan Collins even makes a stunning appearance later in the series. The show garnered very good reviews, with critics noting that there is engaging drama as the actresses decide on a pecking order and learn how to book meetings with the tough Hollywood executives who can greenlight their dream show. Critics also said the series was more intriguing than some other docu-dramas because the goal of landing a TV deal creates focus and raises the stakes.

Her website shows that Crystal Hunt was born February 5, 1985, in Clearwater, Florida. At at the tender age of 17, an agent saw her perform at the Actors Workshop in New York and snapped her up. She soon landed the role of disturbed teen Lizzie Spaulding on the CBS daytime drama “Guiding Light.” She played the role from 2003 until 2006 and earned a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 2005. During the same period, she also co-starred with Zac Efron in “The Derby Stallion,” a warm-hearted family film. After leaving “Guiding Light,” she worked with Amanda Bynes in “Sydney White,” a modern take on the classic Snow White tale, and then returned to daytime drama by accepting the role of stripper Stacy Morasco in ABC’s “One Life to Live” in 2009. She left the show in 2010, but returned as a ghostly version of her character later that same year and again in 2012.

In recent years, CrunchBase shows that Hunt has appeared in films such as the thriller “NYC Underground” with Arielle Kebbel and Evan Ross, and “23 Blast” with Stephen Lang, Timothy Busfield and Dylan Baker. In 2014, she expanded her entertainment career beyond acting, producing the true life horror film “Talbot County” alongside her longtime friend Dania Ramirez. In 2015, she appeared in “Magic Mike XXL” with Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Maginello, Adam Rodriquez and Amber Heard.

Hunt splits her time between Savannah, Georgia, and Los Angeles, California. She once owned an upscale pet supplies shop called My Pets Dream Boutique in Florida.  A full acting reel for Crystal Hunt can be found on YouTube.