|Service||Secret Intelligence Service (SIS/MI6)|
|Active||1950 - 1994|
|Rank||Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service|
|Born||6 September 1932|
|Occupation||Intelligence officer, Diplomat|
|Alma mater||Queen's College, Oxford|
Educated at Shrewsbury School and at Queen's College, Oxford, McColl joined the diplomatic service in 1950. He served in Laos, Vietnam, Warsaw and Geneva before he was appointed Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service in 1989.
In retirement he was a Director of the Scottish American Investment Company.
He is an Honorary Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford.
Sir Christopher Curwen
|Chief of the SIS
1989 - 1994
Sir David Spedding
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