FCM Appoints Jo Lloyd to Lead Global Account Management and Confirms Integration Agreement with Consulting Company Nina & Pinta

FCM, one of the world’s largest travel management companies, today announced Jo Lloyd has joined the company as Global Account Management & Consulting Director. Lloyd brings formidable capabilities and talent to lead a globally connected team servicing national and multi-national organisations in over 100 countries. Additionally, FCM has reached an integration agreement with corporate travel consulting and training firm Nina & Pinta to further strengthen the global FCM consultancy offering and range of services available to its customer base.

“Jo shares FCM’s passion for out-of-the-box thinking and isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo – we are thrilled to welcome her to the team,” said Marcus Eklund, FCM’s Managing Director. “She adds vast industry knowledge and consultancy know-how as well as an immense network in the corporate travel community, which will be invaluable to FCM’s continued growth as the world returns to travel.”

A former Partner with Nina & Pinta, Lloyd has enjoyed a productive travel industry career stretching over two decades. She has worked across a broad range of industry sectors, starting in a TMC environment before moving into airline sales and procurement. A respected independent industry consultant for 15 years, she has engaged with customers across the globe on interesting and diverse projects delivering strategy, sourcing and change management.  

“FCM is a business I have long admired, and I am excited to be joining a truly unique market leader in the corporate travel space,” said Lloyd. “The world of travel has changed considerably, so as businesses begin to reopen for travel, they are faced with unique changes and challenges.  I am looking forward to working with customers to support them in restarting their programmes with confidence through improved processes, guidance, and advice. I look forward to helping FCM achieve that.”

Scott Reddie, who previously led global account management for FCM, has recently relocated to the company’s Asian hub in Singapore to support rapid growth across the region. As Director of Account Management, Asia, Reddie is spearheading the development of new and existing corporate customers with a laser focus on driving expansion in China and Japan.

Alongside these appointments, FCM Consulting will be boosting an already compelling customer offering by adding an array of new services through its agreement with Nina & Pinta. This further reaffirms FCM’s strategy of continuously redefining its alternative approach to supporting corporate clients. More details will be revealed in due course.


Notes to Editors

  • The terms of the agreement are confidential, and it is not material to Flight Centre Travel Group.
  • Other than the appointment of Jo Lloyd, there will be no immediate changes to the Nina & Pinta business; however, FCM intends to maximise benefits for both operations and take advantage of their shared expertise.


About FCM

FCM is one of the largest global travel management companies with a 24/7 reach in over 100 countries. As the flagship business travel division of the ASX-listed Flight Centre Travel Group, FCM has the leverage to deliver access to the widest network of airfares, hotels, and ground transport for unique and best-value travel solutions. Thousands of national and multi-national organisations including many household brands, Fortune and FTSE 100 companies, rely on FCM’s intuitive technology and expert teams to move their business travellers effortlessly and maximise their return on investment.

FCM’s agile and customisable travel technology platform anticipates and solves the needs of each business. Flexible, globally connected teams are experts in negotiating the best deals for their clients and offer in-depth local knowledge and duty of care support to provide the ultimate personalised business travel experience. FCM is a trusted travel partner for businesses that have regular international travel needs, take single trips at the last-minute, or have centralised their business travel across multiple markets.