Born in Islington in 1944. Malcolm is married to Patricia with whom he has two sons Simon and Mathew. He was educated at The London Nautical School.
1960 – Commenced work in the Publicity Department of Odhams Press Limited.
1972 – Qualified as a Licenced Taxi Driver following redundancy from Odhams Press Limited
1973 – Joined Steering Wheel Publications as Advertising Manager and Assistant Features Editor to Past Master Philip Warren
1976 – Co-Authored Taxicabs – A Photographic History
Founder member of the Tariff Reform Group
1983 – Became a Director of Steering Wheel Publications
Founded Taxi Trade Promotions and Knowledge Point School
1987 – Pioneered training to encourage women into the trade as at that time only 1% of taxi drivers were female. Amongst the first women to undertake
this training was Past Master Brenda Bartlett.
1988 – Introduced into the Schools training curriculum a guiding course for Islington and Finsbury.
1989 – Compiled and published the 1st of 10 Editions of KnowledgePoint London Guid (a comprehensive guide to London)
1990 – Joined the Fellowship of Hackney Carriage Drivers
Became a Director of Novax Taximeters who produced the first electronic overhead taximeter to the UK.
1999 – Appointed Master of the Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers.
Following an inspection by the Training Standards Council Knowledge Point School was awarded a Grade 1 for its taxi driver training, putting it amongst the top 16% of all trainers in the Country.
2001 – Joined The Disney Committee
2004 – Took Livery in the Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers
2015 – Retired from Taxi Trade Promotions.
2016 – Retired from the Disney Committee.
Malcolm continues to be involved with the Company, attending Court meetings and Dinners and serving as a Charity Trustee.