Sir Nicholas Lloyd
Sir Nicholas’ career has spanned more than four decades, including the editorship of three of the UK’s leading national newspapers and as a popular radio host on LBC. Nicholas also spent time in New York as a senior executive with News Corp, where he worked across the group’s media interests – magazines, newspapers, film and television.
He studied on the Advanced Management Program at Harvard University, before returning to Britain to guide the Daily Express successfully for 10 years. He was knighted in 1989 for services to journalism in Margaret Thatcher’s resignation honours list.
In 1997 he founded BLJ London, specialising in corporate, media and public affairs, and representing some of the world’s most successful individuals, businesses and organisations in the UK.
Sir Nicholas has unparalleled contacts across the media industry from those at the highest level at all of the major newspapers and broadcasters, to the important thought leaders and industry commentators.
Sir Nicholas has advised three prime ministers and numerous business leaders.