Autism Rocks has been growing in popularity and importance within the medical community since it was created in 2014 by Solo Capital’s financial expert Sanjay Shah, PR Newswire reports. In the latest move to keep the charity at its most impressive and important the founder of Autism Rocks has appointed two new trustees to the board of the foundation. Sanjay Shah has looked to bring two trusted friends to the board who can bring specific skills to the charity in the form of brothers Pete and Will Best; Shah has been a friend of the Best brothers since their days together at university, and feels they have the chance to add something to the charity through the skills they have developed in their own careers.
Will Best has been a well known figure in U.K. broadcasting and the music industry as he has worked in these areas for a number of years; the work of Will Best is a good compliment for the Autism Rocks charity that specializes in arranging and promoting invitation only concerts. The addition of Pete Best will add to the financial skills already offered by Sanjay Shah within the charity as he has made his way through come of the most successful companies in the financial industry.
Sanjay Shah shared on the Sunday Times he has been an important part of the financial industry during his career working on the financial markets in London. Shah had been one of the most successful figures in global finance for a number of years, but made the decision to change his life following the financial collapse of 2009; instead of taking the step to become a broker for a major financial company in London he formed the Solo Capital UK company and divided his time between London and Dubai.
Shah of Solo Capital according to CompanyCheckmade his way to Dubai as part of the changing lifestyle he undertook after the 2009 economic collapse. Spending more time with his family in Dubai was eventually followed by a diagnosis of autism for Sanjay Shah’s youngest son. A rekindled love of music eventually led to Sanjay Shah forming Autism Rocks to provide one off events featuring major international music stars. The events have been created to provide funding for the Autism Research Center at Cambridge University, which he hopes will benefit at an even larger level following the addition of the new trustees.