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Sanjeev Shah

Sanjeev Shah

About Sanjeev Shah

Sanjeev Shah joined Fidelity in 1996 as a research analyst covering the food retail, media, pharmaceutical and telecom sectors. Having worked as assistant manager to the group’s UK income fund managers, Shah was initially responsible for the Fidelity UK Aggressive fund from 2002 to 2005. He then managed the Luxembourg-domiciled Fidelity European Aggressive fund, and finally took over the reigns from Anthony Bolton on the Fidelity Special Situations fund in January 2008. Born in London in 1970, Shah graduated from Cambridge University with a master’s degree in economics. He continued his studies at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and went on to earn an MBA from prestigious business school INSEAD before joining Fidelity.

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