’He has incredible experience in creating teams, building culture and investing in people at scale,’ says chief executive

Chartered commercial broker Konsileo has appointed Geoff Lloyd as a non-executive director, a statement released today (11 December 2023) said.

In his new role, Lloyd, who has years of experience across several industries, will be advising the board as Konsileo continues its growth trajectory.

The firm claimed it had doubled in size in the last year and currently places in excess of £50m gross written premium (GWP) on behalf of its clients on a run-rate basis.

And it said that it wanted to use Lloyd’s expertise to “harness Konsileo’s future”.

John Warburton, chief executive and founder of Konsileo, added: “Our aim has always been to have the happiest, best-rewarded and most professional brokers in the business – because we believe putting them at the heart of our operation is what creates the most value for our clients.

“Geoff has incredible experience in creating teams, building culture and investing in people at scale – and that’s exactly what we need to help us maintain what’s so special about how we work, what we do and who we are as we continue to grow.”


Lloyd has held several senior roles during his career, with him having led human resources for FTSE 100 firms Meggitt, Serco and Airbus.

He has also worked for Nortel across Europe, the UK and US.

Lloyd also has years of experience in non-executive director roles, including at voluntary movement Engage for Success and cloud-based HR services firm Fairsale, which went on to be bought by Sage.

Lloyd said he was “was attracted to Konsileo as a genuine market disruptor”.

“They look at commercial insurance in a completely different way, with an emphasis on creating a fantastic workplace through a strong employee value proposition and a strong culture,” he added.

“I’m looking forward to learning more about the business, meeting more of the wonderful people that make Konsileo such a special place and helping them take the organisation to the next level.”