Virag G. Shah, CFAⓇ
Virag’s favorite quote:
“ Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.”

Virag G. Shah, CFAⓇ



Virag Shah is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) with seven years’ experience. He manages client portfolios and plays an integral role on the investment research team at Van Leeuwen & Company.


Virag holds an MBA from the K.S. School of Business Management in India where he also received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration. He holds his Series 7 registration with LPL Financial and Series 66 registration with LPL Financial and Van Leeuwen & Company. He is also a member of both the CFA Society New York and The CFA Institute and is a CFA charterholder.


He lives in Lawrenceville with his wife.


Kenneth W. Van Leeuwen, CFP®
Managing Director/Advisor
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Jason D. Field, CFP®
Financial Advisor
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Jeffrey P. Mattonelli
Financial Advisor
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Virag G. Shah, CFA®
Portfolio Strategist
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Jimi Bipin Shah
Equity Research Associate
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Donna L. Gavlick
Director of Para Planning Services
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Judy DeFazio
Director of Administration
Executive Assistant to Kenneth Van Leeuwen
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