THE MUSLIM CORPORATE 100 ARE PEOPLE
WHO, EITHER THROUGH POSITION OR
PERSONALITY, EXERCISE A SIGNIFICANT
POWER THAT INFLUENCES EVENTS AND
SETS PARAMETERS IN THE CONDUCT OF
THEIR ORGANISATION, THE CLIMATE OF
POLITICAL DEBATE AND THE
SHAPING OF NEW IDEAS.

THE MUSLIM CORPORATE 100

The Muslim Corporate 100 are people who, either through position or personality, exercise a significant power that influences events and sets parameters in the conduct of their organisation, the climate of political debate and the shaping of new ideas.  It has long been known and appreciated that many of our leading Muslim men and women contribute positively and often powerfully within all sectors of business and corporate life. The Muslim Corporate 100 is a celebration of these titans of business and commerce.

The Power 100 team of researchers are extraordinarily knowledgeable on various spheres within the public and private sector. From national and international influencers through to the inner workings of the civil service and Whitehall, the team has special access to the leading figures in Parliament and is privileged to information from the most informed sources within all sectors and industries across Britain, Asian and the Middle East.

Participation within The Muslim Corporate 100 is based on a number of criteria. Those invited to be included within the Power list are primarily people who, either through position or personality exercise a significant power that influences events & sets parameters in the conduct of their organisation, the climate of political debate & the shaping of new ideas.

This second edition of the Muslim Power list has a decided focus, firstly the national figures who are widely known within the UK and internationally, then the Powerbrokers involved within the Islamic Banking and Finance sector and thirdly, the Muslim 100 corporate titans.

The final powerbrokers and influencers list will also include our list of Trailblazers, the entrepreneurs, charity workers, journalists, healthcare and education sectors and then most importantly, Generation M, the influential young Muslims tearing up the rule books and using social media and blogging to make a huge impact within their world.