GFG Family Office

Besides its core industry brands, GFG Alliance holds investments in financial services, property and other specialist businesses within a Family Office.  The Family Office also contains the GFG Foundation – a registered charity founded by Sanjeev and his wife Nicola that aims to develop industrial skills among young people.


JAHAMA manages, redevelops and restructures a wide spectrum of industrial, commercial, agricultural, energy, recreational and residential assets situated across four continents which are owned by the GFG
Alliance and third parties through various initiatives under the JAHAMA Group umbrella.


Through its industry‐focused institutions, the GFG Alliance delivers innovative products and services that help industry grow and flourish.

Wyelands Bank is an independently owned and managed British bank focused on global trade. The bank supports small and medium businesses, providing them with short and medium term financial solutions as well as competitive retail deposits and savings services.


The Romanian Bank for Credit and Investment (BRCI), which is headquartered in Bucharest, provides the country’s SME sector with a range of corporate banking services as well as offering traditional retail accounts.

It focuses on fast delivery, advanced digital technology and remote transactional solutions for 360º accessibility, while its flexible and efficient infrastructure ensures a low cost operating model.


A strategic partner and one of the world’s largest working-capital financial technology companies.

The partnership combines the GFG Alliance’s extensive trading network with Demica’s wide range of working capital technology solutions.

GFG Foundation

The GFG Foundation was established in the UK as a charity in February 2017 to develop the skills needed to help people pursue careers in engineering, metals and renewable energy.

The Foundation developed its first national partnership in the UK with the highly acclaimed Industrial Cadets programme, inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales and delivered by the Engineering Development Trust. It expanded to Australia in 2019.