The executive team leading the charge at RCP

H.H. Shaikh Abdullah Rashid Al Sharqi

H.H. Shaikh Abdullah R. Al Sharqi, a member of the Ruling Family of Fujairah, one of the seven emirates of the UAE. In addition, the only emirate with a solely coastline in the Gulf of Oman. HH manages various successful companies and is the Chairman of RCP, who studied and graduated from the University of Egypt with a long-term experience in the field of construction, trade business, mergers and acquisition. HH has embarked on a winning career as reputable respected executive in his country.
Currently HH has been appointed as the Royal Patron of the Diplomat Business Club, a prestigious network platform the-connects wealthy business leaders and diplomats in a special way to give back to communities in countries with need. HH is an environmental lover where his name and financial support is used in a grant with his name in the Environmental University of Sevilla, Spain.

Juan Nelson

Juan Nelson is the founder of The Laticom Group, an international technology and telecommunications firm founded in 1999. Mr. Nelson, of Mexican heritage, has completed his college education in several specialties. Mr. Nelson is a hands-on systems engineer, and he specializes in economics, international business, and tax law. He is a serial entrepreneur who has started numerous successful ventures before focusing on Information Technology.
Mr. Nelson is solely responsible for modernizing Central America’s telecommunications infrastructure and IT Infrastructure through The Laticom Group. His vision and desire is to develop and deploy broadband and IT Infrastructure in developing countries, with a specific focus on Central America and African Countries.
Mr. Nelson formed a partnership with HH Shaikh Abdullah after a previous successful business venture. Royal Coasts Petroleum (RCP Global) ventured into petroleum trading to expand its market period. However, the oil business requires more than just a good marketing plan and strategy. Partners play a vital role in a company’s goals — both short-and long-term. Oil industry partnerships offer more than just capital to an oil company.