Bhanu Choudhrie is a British-Indian entrepreneur and business owner. Bhanu Choudhrie was born in East London and has since lived in the United States, India, Oman, Canada, and France. He is also the founder of C&C Alpha Group, an Investment and Merchant Banking firm with a branch in New York City. He has been a member of the UK Parliament (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Trade and Investment).
The C&C Group (C&CA) employs approximately 8,000 people in 37 countries. The firm has operations in the business segments of Aerospace & Defense, Consumer Packaged Goods, Energy & Mining, Financials, Industrial Goods & Services, Packaged Food & Beverage, and Real Estate.
He is a focused, visionary investor and entrepreneur who has been active in business investing and entrepreneurial activities for over 25 years, with experience in diverse industries. He is a key participant in the successful execution of complex mergers and acquisitions, business development, and strategic alliances.
Choudhrie is active in politics; he served as a member of the UK Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Trade and Investment from 2012 to 2015. He was appointed to the Department for International Trade by Theresa May.
Bhanu Choudhrie currently serves as a Member of the Board of BP, Trafigura, and Premier Foods. He formerly served as a Non-Executive Director at British American Tobacco and was Chairman of the Audit Committee.
He has previously served on the boards of various companies, including Berry Bros & Rudd, Cavendish Club, and London English School for Girls. In 2014, Bhanu Choudhrie joined the Conservative Party to help it defeat the Liberal Democrats. The Conservatives lost that election, and he was appointed a member of the European Research Group (ERG).
He also serves on the board of several organizations, including British American Tobacco and BP. He is an Honorary Fellow at Queen’s University Belfast and Royal Holloway, University of London to know more click here.