Malcolm Hall was born in Glen Ridge, N.J., in 1956 and grew up in Upper Montclair. He graduated from Montclair Kimberley Academy in 1975, where he was active in Glee Club and varsity soccer, ice hockey and baseball. In 1979, he graduated from Lafayette College with a B.A., in history and was active in Chi Phi fraternity and varsity soccer. Malcolm started working as a limited partner from 1980-2002 at Mabon, Nugent and Co., Cedar Street Securities Corp. and Garban Corp. From 2002-2014, he was in management with Fimat, GFI Securities, Seaboard Securities, Whitaker Securities and Tullett Prebon dealing in corporate bonds/prefereds and new issue trading. Currently, Malcolm is vice president of Business Development for Darien Rowayton Bank. He and his wife Christine live in Darien. They have three children, a son entering Washington University in St. Louis this fall and two daughters, one living in Washington, D.C., and the other with one grandchild living in Georgia. Malcolm is a member of The Middlesex Club and the Darien Chamber of Commerce. For recreation, he enjoys platform tennis, soccer and politics.