In 2014, Mr. Sanjay Shah founded Autism Rocks, a charitable organization for raising funding for autism research, three years after his son Nikhil was diagnosed with a disorder in the autism spectrum. Autism Rocks featured Prince its first year, and has since hosted Snoop Dogg, Drake, and Lenny Kravitz, amongst others. Donors can purchase tickets for a number of specified purposes, including the organization’s art program, support group, and scholarship funds.
Sanjay Shah has a firm grasp on finances, formerly an accountant for more than twenty years. Mr. Shah has worked for the likes of Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley, two premier international financial institutions. Sanjay prospered as a financial professional, but decided up incorporating his own business venture, which has since paid off for him. Solo Capital Group Holdings is the result of Shah’s independent works, proving far more worthwhile than working as an accountant. The conglomerate’s flagstaff firm, Solo Capital Partners, was founded in 2011, paving the way for other opportunities for Mr. Shah.
Brothers Pete and Will Best have recently listed on RegisterFCA to have been selected to Autism Rocks’ board of trustees. Will has a lengthy history as a professional television producer, providing a strong base of knowledge and expertise for working with celebrities and entertainment events. Pete was most recently the Chief Operating Officer of London-based investment firm Icap until accepting a position on the board of trustees for Autism Rocks.
Sanjay Shah has brought much-needed attention to autism through Autism Rocks, which is currently the world’s fastest-growing developmental disorder. Autism Rocks has raised immeasurable awareness for autism and millions of dollars for autism research at Cambridge University.
With extensive financial experience and as the father of a child with autism, Sanjay Shah is truly a prime candidate on Global- Citizen for increasing Autism Rocks’ success. Sanjay is very involved with the organization — Mr. Shah and his wife have even donated to Autism Rocks themselves. The event is planned for August of this year.
The original press release from which information herein is based upon was published by The Sunday Times,