Mr Malik is currently Vice-President of the Financial Times IE Corporate Learning Alliance, responsible for business activities in Europe, and the Middle East. He was previously employed at Duke Corporate Education as a Vice-President, and spent five years at Imperial College London in three senior roles. He has worked in UK government at the Ministry of Defence, military and high technology commercial environments from the outset of his career Including Smiths Aerospace and GE. He is, by training a military aviator (Royal Air Force) and chartered aeronautical engineer. As an entrepreneur by nature he has a passion for innovation, technology, business creation and leadership. He has held and currently holds, a number of professional and academic affiliations and company directorships/advisory roles (including acting as an advisor to regional Royal offices). Throughout Mr Malik’s career he has promoted the interests of European engineering and technology entrepreneurship internationally and over the past 5 years his attention has also turned to mentoring and engaging corporate executive leaders and preparing them for the future of international business by designing and delivering thought leadership and learning methods for them and their respective organisations. Mr Malik was educated at the University of Warwick, Royal Holloway College and Kings College London. Including courses at Sandhurst Military Academy and RAF Cranwell.