BUSINESS CONSULTANT - 1) SOUTH ASIA TRADE AND INVESTMENT 2) CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND REPUTATIONAL RISK
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TiE UK, FELLOW, ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY AND FELLOW, ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS
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I am a Director of Reputational Risk Strategy (www.reputationalrisk.co.uk) and an advisor to the Commonwealth Business Council (www.cbcglobal.org) on Corporate Governance and South Asia. I am also a Visiting Tutor in the John Madejski Centre for Reputation and the Centre for Board Effectiveness at Henley Management College.
I was previously Global Market and Industry Analyst at British Airways. I am on the Advisory Panel of the Dinar Standard (www.dinarstandard.com), a leading business strategy publication on the Muslim world. I am the author of ‘Reputational Risk’ (Financial Times Executive Briefing, 2004), being adapted and updated for the South Asia and the Gulf.
I am on the Steering Group of Mosaic: The Muslim Mentoring Network, Business in the Community and on the Business and Economics Committee, Muslim Council of Britain. I was on the Organising Committee for the first Pakistani Film, Media and Arts Festival in Europe held in Scotland in 2005-06, produced by Heer Productions on which I am now on the Board.
Pakistan, which contributes less than 1% of global carbon emissions, is among the countries considered most vulnerable to climate change. About a third of the country was devastated by massive floods in 2022. The nation committed continued pursuit of nature-based solutions to the problem at COP26 in Glasgow…
The United States Department of Justice has filed an indictment alleging that an Indian agent hired an assassin to kill Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a Sikh separatist. It seems that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his National Security Advisor Ajit Doval now believe in their own hype about India being a superpower that can get away with murdering American citizens on the US soil. …