Alpesh Patel OBE has represented the United Kingdom since 1999 when the Prime Minister appointed Alpesh to advise on closer UK/India ties. The Department for International Trade made Alpesh their Dealmaker to bring outstanding tech companies to the UK, which solve the world’s biggest problems and create jobs.
Alpesh is a Financial Times author who being a Barrister to pursue investing and educating people on financial literacy for social mobility. Alpesh co-founded the UK chapter of the world''s largest entrepreneur mentoring organisation (Tie.org). As a founder of a hedge fund/private equity firm his focus is on cleantech, sustainability and social impact.
TV presenter with a dedicated show on Bloomberg, then his own tech/politics show on Sky CNBC co-host; 5 years Financial Times columnist. Co-Chair Loomba Trust which supports widows and orphans.
OBE in 2020 for services to the Economy and International Trade.
Why and How to Invest In Global Companies as an Entrepreneur
Business owners can attract positive returns investing in world class company stocks but often don’t know how. Returns can boost pensions and retirement, but investing is often neglected by focus on risk-taking in their own companies. Alpesh Patel, FT author, Bloomberg presenter, former Visiting Fellow in Business at Oxford University and CEO of his own hedge fund, will reveal tips from world leading investors, as well as how he won the Financial Times competition to forecast the FTSE.