Shah is a founding partner of Orbis and has over 20 years of corporate finance experience.
Shah has advised both public and private companies on a range of transactions including deal structure, strategy, acquisitions, disposals and fund-raising. He also has considerable experience in cross-border transactions.
Prior to joining corporate finance, Shah trained as a chartered accountant. He also spent several years undertaking business reviews on behalf of banks and advising on corporate restructuring.
Shah's Case Studies
- Clifford House
- Correl Rail
- Craig and Derricott
- Dart Valley Systems
- Flow Communications
- Forward Approach
- Homes Caring for Autism
- Lift & Engineering Services
- M4 Systems
- Point to Point
- Progress Care
- TSEU Group
- Virtual Internet
East Anglia based Weeting Tyres has been acquired by Goodyear Dunlop Tyres UK (Goodyear). Orbis Partners provided both acquisition support and financial due diligence for the deal, reporting into the UK management and the US M&A team for Goodyear.
Orbis Partners hosted a Business Workshop for students taking part in the Young Enterprise Company Programme, a voluntary scheme where student groups create their own company from scratch, helping to build employability and life skills to help students succeed in their future careers.
Birmingham-based Orbis Partners have finalised the sale of The Signis Group (Signis) to Antser Group (Antser), for an undisclosed sum.
The directors of Siamo Group completed a management buy-out of private equity investors Key Capital Partners (KCP) to become independently owned. Orbis Partners completed the financial due diligence for the transaction, reporting directly to Clydesdale Bank.