After spending 12 years with UBS investment bank, Jatin launched the Shojin Group in 2009 with the intention of making real estate investment more accessible to other professionals in his network. Shojin soon found its niche in funding mid-market residential development in the UK, where a significant funding gap existed. Not only would Shojin fund much needed homes, but it also generated very strong returns for investors, leading to significant growth. In 2017, Shojin launched its FCA regulated digital investment platform enabling investors in 60 countries to invest on a fractional basis from as little as £5,000. Not only could investors share the lucrative returns in real estate, but it is a step towards bridging the gap between the very wealthy and regular investors. Shojin has been profitable for the past 4 years, something that is almost unheard of in fintech circles, demonstrating the strength of the business model. Jatin leads an ambitious team that is set to grow the business twentyfold over the coming years through expansion into international real estate and other products that can be invested into on a fractional basis, such as fine art, fine wine, classic cars, pre-IPO and more.