Autism Rocks Benefits From New Board Members Skills

The arrival of new board members for the charity Autism Rocks has been followed by the announcement of a music festival to be held in Dubai to raise funds for research into Autism. PR Newswire reports Solo Capital founder Sanjay Shah has sought new blood for the board after the charity become one of the most important in terms of providing funding for research into autism being conducted at Cambridge University, the aims of Autism Rocks include identifying autism as soon as possible and providing assistance to families affected by the neurological condition.

Solo Capital was established by Sanjay Shah after his own son was diagnosed with autism soon after the family had moved to Dubai from London following the creation of Solo Capital. Sanjay shah had hoped to enter something of an early retirement after spending many years working on the financial markets of London and finding himself missing out on life with his family.

Solo Capital is headquartered in London, but also has offices in Dubai and many other areas of the world; Solo Capital is based in the financial markets offering the chance for individuals and groups to get expert help on their investment options. Solo Capital has proven a major success for Sanjay Shah and has seen a large number of experienced investment specialist employed to give the best advice to its customers.

Autism Rocks began by giving small invitation only concerts by major musical stars from across the world, which have already included performances by Prince and Elvis Costello. To increase the level of donations provided for the charity Sanjay Shah has brought two of his trusted friends onto the board to increase the level of financial and musical expertise available to the company. Pete Best was a well known figure in the financial industry and his brother Will a popular music broadcaster for many TV stations; the two men have been friends of Shah since their days together in education and are trusted by the Solo Capital founder to push the charity on into the future.