Originally from Scotland, McIntosh is proudly Caymanian, with an extensive career in financial services and human resources. McIntosh began his career with global accounting firm KPMG in the UK where he qualified as a chartered accountant, prior to transferring to the Cayman Islands in September 2001. He studied accounting and psychology at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow and recently graduated with distinction from the University of Oxford’s two-year Executive MBA program.
In 2004 McIntosh founded financial services recruitment specialist CML, later co-founding spin-offs Nova and “Connect”, a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to advancing employment opportunities for Caymanians. In 2020 McIntosh left the CML group to found CareerPoint.com, a tech enabled start-up offering virtual coaching for early and mid-career professionals.
McIntosh has been recognized as one of Cayman’s leading advocates on issues connected to talent development. He has served on several government task forces that deal with immigration and unemployment, as well as the Project Future Business Case Review Panel, CIIPA, the Chamber of Commerce Council, Leadership Cayman and Gender Equality Cayman.