Wednesday 23 September 2015
The NHS Trust Development Agency (TDA) has appointed Bindesh Shah as the new non-executive director at Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust.
Mr Shah, who lives in Hounslow, has been building a successful career for almost 20 years in strategic planning and growth ventures in large organisations and small entrepreneurial firms.
After initially completing an MA and BA in Economics at Cambridge University and then completing a MBA in Strategic Management at the University of Pennsylvania, Mr Shah has accumulated a wealth of experience in creating and managing new businesses as the head for venture developments for Lloyds TSB PCL and as the founder and CEO for Amiri Capital LLP, a FCA authorised investment management firm.
Mr Shah also created and led a five-year strategic plan for the Co-operative Bank, the UK’s second largest mutual bank.
Stephen Swords, chairman for Hounslow and Richmond Community NHS Trust, said: “I am pleased to welcome Bindesh to our trust board of directors. He has a clear vision for business development ventures within both large organisation and smaller firms and brings an exciting and fresh perspective to the trust board.
He added, “He will help us continue to deliver and implement the best possible healthcare for our patients across the community at all times.”
The post carries a remuneration of £6157 per annum and Mr Shah will serve as a Non-Executive Director from 28 September 2015 to 27 September 2018.
The appointment was made by the NHS Trust Development Authority, which is responsible for appointing all chairs and non-executives to NHS trusts throughout England. All appointments are subject to the Code of Practice of the Commissioner for Public Appointments and made following an open competition based on merit, in a way that is open, transparent and fair to all applicants.