Provost and President, University College London
Sir Malcolm is a barrister with specialist interests in environmental, planning and property law. He was a law professor at UCL before appointment as Professor of Land Economy in 1991 at Cambridge, where he also served as Pro-Vice Chancellor. He is a fellow of Clare College. He was appointed President and Provost of UCL (University College London) in 2003 and served 10 years in the post before retiring in September 2013.
He is Chairman of NHS England, the independent body established in the recent health reforms, charged with holding and investing the NHS budget strategically so as to secure significant long-term improvements in healthcare and health outcomes for the population of England.
He is a British Business Ambassador, a member of the University Grants Committee of Hong Kong, the Higher Education Funding Council for England, a Governor of the London Business School, and recently elected President of the Council for the Assistance of Academic refugees (CARA).