Anuj A. Shah

Managing Director

Anuj is a Managing Director for KKS Advisors based in Boston, MA. He leads business development and operational activities in the US and works with the rest of the KKS team on strategic planning, program development, client engagements and thought leadership.

Prior to KKS, Anuj was the Founder and Managing Director of Linear Impact Partners, a boutique strategic advisory firm that developed sustainable investing strategies and solutions aimed at mobilizing more capital towards positive social and environmental outcomes. His client work was primarily focused on the integration of impact investing business models, product design and distribution and investor education and engagement.

Before founding Linear Impact Partners, Anuj was the Head of Strategy and Business Management for the Private Wealth Management business of Morgan Stanley. His responsibilities there spanned the ultra-high-net-worth client segment and included formulating growth strategies, identifying industry trends and responding to disruption, producing data analytics to inform and drive insights, developing brand and content marketing efforts and maximizing ROI through the efficient allocation of resources. Through his work on various initiatives in previous roles, Anuj has also gained experience in post-M&A integration, portfolio analysis and reporting and financial product structuring and management.

Anuj currently serves as an Advisor at BonBillo, an incubator program for startups using technology to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals. He was previously Treasurer and on the Board of Directors of Page 73 Productions and was a member of the Executive Committee of the Alumni Association of the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. He is also a former member of the Advisory Board of 118 Capital, an impact investing fund focused on underprivileged groups in the Americas.

Anuj earned a Master of International Affairs degree with concentrations in International Financial Policy and South Asia from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Boston College.