Mubashir Malik is a London-based Banker &  British Author of the best selling book “Double Standards”.

The book examines the behavioural changes in financial regulation and the measures adopted to combat financial crime over the past two decades, whilst revisiting recent banking scandals to compare treatments by the authorities. A key focus was to analyse the regulatory lapses and problems surrounding the closure of BCCI (Bank of Credit & Commerce International) in 1991 and to see how regulation & financial crime has evolved ever since.

Mubashir works within Investment Banking  and gives public talks in forums across globally, including Universities like the London School of Economics (LSE), as a guest at the World Economic Forum in Davos – Switzerland as part of an Abu Dhabi delegation as well as being invited to speak onto BBC World News, Al Jazeera, CNBC and other news channels. After working for firms like Saudi Aramco, he travels extensively delivering training on Financial Crime Compliance and Management to banks and financial institutions like HSBC.

Buy the book!

From Publisher: http://www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=3785

Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785891545

Amazon USA/Canada: http://amzn.com/1785891642

Ebook/Kindle: http://amzn.com/B01CRIZSPE



Born : 17th September 1982 – London. UK.

Email : malikmbm@gmail.com


46 Responses to About

  1. Faiqa Iqbal says:

    I was just going through th blogs and found yours…must say Really Impressive!

  2. Mariam says:

    Very impressive!

  3. Zara says:

    A great quote by Martin Luther King Jr sums this blog up nicely: “The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.”

    It is soo good to read a blog which shares views and opinions constructively. Well done! Keep it up!


    • Thankyou Zara! Much appreciated 🙂 Words alone do not make a difference, it has to be supplemented by sheer determination and followed up by credible actions. Hope we can all contribute to a better world inshAllah.

  4. Zahra says:

    Randomly came across your blog and I must say that it’s a good read!:)

  5. Jamila says:

    salam ur blog is realy gud .keep it up !

  6. Jamila says:

    salam. Its a diffrent kind a blog i hv ever seen keep the gud work going

  7. Umber Khawaja says:

    I am impressed:) You are doing great work:) Well done:God bless you:)

  8. Baby Mirza says:


    ur Blog r realy great.. mashaAllah.. wish u luck..

  9. Hamid says:

    Nice blog….interesting read especially your article about Bin Laden.

  10. Terri Mardi says:

    Great Blog, reminds me of the old writing style of Seymour Butts. Keep up the good work.

  11. Madiha Khan says:

    interesting comments…

  12. bunty says:

    I am impressed and proud of you mubasher. Nice blog.

  13. mehreen rafiq says:

    ” People laugh because i am different… & i laugh because they all are same..”…..Attitude…:)…
    liked your blogs… a rare combo of good-looks n sensibility…Goodluck.

  14. Read your latest blog, it changes the understanding of BCCI’s mystery by 180 degree
    very good research

  15. Sam says:

    Love how your blogs talk about everything from wall street to Salman Khan. No wonder you were hired by Aramco smarty pants.

  16. mikky says:

    hey John i love you………………………….. marry me ………….

  17. Piyu says:

    u r a lott better than john!!dnt evn compare…i juz love t way u r ❤ :*

  18. sameera says:

    it always helps to have killer looks with brains and a fire.You are a trail blazer.But its interesting how most of your fans happen to be women.which is a good sign.keep it up!

  19. Amit says:

    Just saw u on fb and googled about you and then gone through ur blog .. Its really impressive… Great job mubashir

  20. Afsha Siddiqui says:

    Very impressive.
    Will definitely keep reading.
    Keep it up 🙂
    GOD bless!

  21. Maham Shahid says:

    I am an ardent supporter of IK and saw your interview on bbc which was great 🙂 Interesting profile esp. your role in a women empowerment forum in Saudia. I am working on a women leadership program in Pakistan and good to see that seasoned male professionals like you support such causes. Look forward to reading your blogs and please do share your views on women empowerment initiatives that you have chaired or moderated.

  22. S Iqbal says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed your blog re The Wrath if Materialism.
    Keep up the good work!

  23. saba zubir says:

    hay mubashir m big fan of u i really love u can u meet with me ?u have an awesome personality n specially your dimple on your chick uffff its killing

  24. Moeze Lalji says:

    It is with great respect to see a dynamic young man contributing so much outstanding work. You are an asset to the environments you work in. A person of best intentions is always liked by humanity. And so the rain of blessings falls on you.

  25. yohana says:

    good day

  26. Pankhuri Arora says:

    Your blog is really impressive and so are you.
    I truly aspire to be successful like you Sir!

  27. Your blog is really impressive and so are you!
    I truly aspire to be successful like you Sir.

  28. Wafa says:

    Excellent blog! Started following you so i can talk to my brother about you and inspire him. He just started career in banking in Dubai.

  29. ambreen khan says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed your blog… very impressive …The Wrath of Materialism….will publish it in my magazine… Vitrine lifestyle… you are a real combo of BB… keep up the good work.. prayers and more success in life….

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