ADVICE ON ALL ASPECTS OF DEALING IN THE ARAB WORLD
FROM TRANSLATING BUSINESS CARDS TO ROYAL AUDIENCES
 
     
 

EXPERIENCE

Nicholas Fitzraymond Parker, also known as Ali Abd al-Malik, is an Englishman who has resided and travelled in the Middle East for more than two decades, embraced Islam and who truly straddles both cultures - living in local Arab society (speaking only Arabic) and being equally at home in the Royal Courts as travelling and fighting with tribesmen, whilst in England, being an armiger, Freeman of the City of London (and liveryman), underwriting member of Lloyd's and former chairman of the Royal Society of St. George. The largest single portion of his time in the Middle East has been in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, but he is familiar with most countries in Arabia, as well as the northern Arab World and the Islamic World in general. Whilst his main work in policy and diplomacy has gained him access to Royal Courts, his voluntary work chairing conferences and lectures for the Muslim World League has made him a public figure in Arabia, where his private life has generated expertise in the fields of Arabian bureaucracy, law, banking, and general commerce.



 
 
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