Nosheena Mobarik has championed business development and greater social cohesion within Scotland and internationally. She has a special interest in promoting harmonious relationships between business and the communities, such that both can thrive. Business can deliver prosperity and be a great force for good. It can be immensely more effective through a better understanding and engagement of the communities it serves locally, nationally and internationally.

Naguib Kheraj is Vice Chairman of Barclays Bank PLC. He was previously a Director and Member of the Group Executive Committee of Barclays PLC, where he served in a number of senior roles between 1997 and 2007 including Group Finance Director and various business line management positions in Wealth Management, Institutional Asset Management and Investment Banking.

Nahim Aslam is a British Pakistani businessman and a Food Guru who has won several awards for his achievements to promote authentic Pakistani cuisine in the UK. A gentle and approachable man, Nahim is like the proverbial swan; cool, calm and graceful on the surface but pedaling and working hard below it. Never complacent, Nahim continually strives for the next challenge, the next venture, the next exciting step for the Indian Ocean.

Mohammad Sarwar  MP for Glasgow, Govan since 1997. Member of Scottish Affairs Select Committee. Councillor (1992 - 1997). Member of Labour Party Scottish Executive (1995 - 1997).
Member of the UK Overseas Pakistan Chamber of Commerce, the Ethnic Minority Enterprise Centre and the GMB.

Javed Khan is former Chief Executive of the British charity Victim Support. Khan who is of Pakistani/Kashmiri origin, is also a member of the Whitehall Social Policy Forum and an adviser to the Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Programme. Javed Khan has twenty eight years’ experience in the UK public and voluntary sectors, and has developed a track record of successfully managing change through key high profile leadership roles.

A lawyer, a businesswoman, a campaigner and a cabinet minister, Sayeeda Warsi has had many roles, but she is best known for being the first British Pakistani Muslim to serve in a British cabinet and the foremost Muslim politician in the Western world. In August 2014 she resigned from Government citing the Government’s “morally indefensible” policy on Gaza.