Malcolm Cutts-Watson has spent most of his professional career in the captive insurance industry. He started in Bermuda in 1982, was in the vanguard of the development of Vermont captive business and then worked in Guernsey. During his career, Malcolm has advised captive stakeholders on strategic, operational and governance matters across a broad range of industries and jurisdictions . He also advises governmental and regulatory bodies on legislative and regulatory change. He has served as a director on a variety of captive insurers and is an approved person in many captive domiciles. He qualified as an accountant in 1982. Malcolm was a member of the Captive Review Power 50 and in 2015 received the industry’s outstanding contribution by an individual award. In 2017 he became an inaugural inductee into the Captive Hall of Fame which recognises the most influential figures in the captive industry over the past 50 years. He has acted as industry partner to AIRMIC’s Captive Special Interest Group. He is a regular contributor to industry debate and is a passionate advocate for the raising of standards in the captive industry. Malcolm founded CWC in 2015 to allow organisations access to the accumulated knowledge, insight and solutions that he, and the rest of the CWC team of captive insurance experts, have gathered over their lifetimes.