Small, who was a respected and well-loved industry figure, had held roles within many organisations in the financial services sector. As well as his work at Tisa he also held roles at Copia Capital and the Retirement Income Alliance, which he founded.
He has a non-executive director at B&CE Insurance an B&CE Financial Services, and managing director of The Lyncombe Consultancy.
Small, who died suddenly at the end of February at the age of 62, will be buried on Tuesday 27th March at Haycombe Cemetery, Bath at 4.45pm.
His wife says industry friends are welcome at the ceremony.
Bill Vasilieff, CEO of Copia parent Novia says: “Although Malcolm had only been with us for a short time, he’d already made a big impression with his industry knowledge and technical expertise. He has made many valuable contributions to the industry over many years, and will be sadly missed.”