Jo Lloyd has joined FCM as Global Account Management & Consulting Director.
FCM has also reached an “integration agreement” with corporate travel consulting and training firm Nina & Pinta, where Lloyd was a former Partner.
The TMC said more details on this would be revealed in due course, but said the agreement would add “an array of new services” to FCM Consulting.
Marcus Eklund, FCM’s Managing Director, said Layton shares FCM’s “passion for out-of-the-box thinking” and “isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo”.
“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,” he said.
Lloyd added: “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.
“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.