Amit began his career at Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley in New York and then Credit Suisse First Boston in London. In 2004 he incubated Swordfish Investments, a private equity/venture fund, and Swordfish Capital Management, an investment management company. In 2013, he was appointed Executive Chairman of Hope Construction Materials, then the UK’s largest independent building materials business before selling it to Breedon PLC where he now serves as an independent member of the board. Additionally he serves on the Advisory Board of Metro Bank in the UK, and on the Board for Internationalization of Cornell University, his alma mater. He is a Lionel Curtis Group member at Chatham House and a Golf Leaf Member of the Aspen Institute. He co-owns and is Vice Chairman and of Queens Park Rangers Football Club in London. Amit was awarded Young Entrepreneur of the Year by Theresa May in 2013, Outstanding Young Executive and Young Director of the Year in 2014.