In 2001 the keystone of the Scottish region for Waterman Aspen was put in place. Malcolm joined the company and by 2005 was the Regional Director and Waterman Aspen has grown into a known and respected brand in Scotland though Malcolm’s tenacious work. As business developed Malcolm left his secondment role at Transport Scotland to become a full time Regional Director developing the business further and growing the management team.
Malcolm made sure the social functions in Scotland were always traditional and he never disappointed turning up to every Burns Supper in his kilt looking ever the dashing Scot. Outside of work Malcolm has several hobbies to keep him occupied, mainly his caravan, guitars and motorbike, all of which I’m sure will play a huge part of his retirement plans along with the list of jobs his wife, June, will have for him to do.
Malcolm isn’t departing completely from Waterman Aspen just yet, he will be utilising his expertise on IR35 matters on a part time basis until the end of March 2021. Although, by the time IR35 has finished with him I’m sure he will be wanting to retire on a full time basis.
We wish Malcolm all the very best for his well earned retirement and would like to thank him for his tireless efforts in running the Scottish region over the years.