Bhanu Choudhrie is a seasoned investor and UK based serial entrepreneur whose roots are in India. Bhanu comes from the famous Choudhrie family that is widely known in India for its wealth and successes in the world of business and entrepreneurship. Bhanu grandfather was a renowned banker and once served as the Chairman of the Punjab Bank of India, and his other family members were involved in export and import business. Choudhrie father is a renowned London based businessman and has investments in media, hospitality, and the aviation industry, among others. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Asian Business Lifetime Achievement Award, an award that he was honored with by the former Prime Minister of UK Theresa May who by then was serving as the home secretary for the UK.
Bhanu Choudhrie at a tender age was introduced to the world of business, and it is no surprise that after college, he founded his own company C&C Alpha Group. C&C Alpha Group is a private for-profit investment firm that boasts of investments in a wide array of industries in the UK as well as emerging Asian markets such as India and China. Choudhrie founded the firm in 2002, and since then he has served at the helm of the firm as an executive director overseeing the firm investment strategy. Bhanu Choudhrie is regarded as a global citizen and has traversed many countries in search of education, tourism as well as business. Choudhrie received his undergraduate education from the US-based University of Boston.
Choudhrie later in life wanted to expand his knowledge in the world of business and as a result, joined Harvard School of Business where he completed the Owner Management Program. Choudhrie, after completing his undergraduate studies in 1999, joined JP Morgan Chase Company where he received his internship training. In 2000 Bhanu Choudhrie saw a diverse business opportunity in the city of London and as a result, decided to move and settled there. Choudhrie firm C&C Alpha Group over the years has grown and expanded a lot and boasts of investments in banking, healthcare, utilities, aviation, agriculture, and real estate. The investments in real estate include residential, commercial, and leisure properties, and in the healthcare include care homes, among others.