The novel I'm working on has three main characters - the male protagonist, the female protagonist, and the male antagonist. The MA is an older man who heads up the biggest corporation on the planet. He's... oh I don't know - an evil Bill Gates with a dash of Lex Luthor, lol. At the moment, his first scene is back in time ten years from the major action, and is between him and the MMC. Although it doesn't seem important, the scene is setting up a major fall for the MMC later in the story. The thing is, I want to tell the MA's backstory, why he's... not evil, but why he's twisted (absolute power, etc, etc) - however, this means going further back. I don't know whether to start the chapter with this backstory, or for him to reflect after the confrontation with my MMC. Any thoughts?