Peter Lloyd is a Scottish chartered accountant with a degree in Economics, Accountancy and Business Law from Stirling University and a masters degree in Total Quality Management from Sheffield Hallam University. He spent his career in local government working as an external auditor with the Accounts Commission, a chief internal auditor with Grampian Regional Council and Assistant Director of Finance with Aberdeen City Council.
In 2009 he moved to Malta where, along with the minister of St Andrew’s Scots Church in Valletta, he led the “Out of Africa into Malta” project that involved him founding and chairing the financial institution Malta Micro-finance Ltd that provided small loans to migrants to find accommodation, go to college, start a business etc. He also supported his wife with the programme of English Language teaching.
He returned to Scotland in 2016. He is delighted to have joined the board of the Scottish Refugee Council where he is able to use his knowledge of finance and management to the benefit of refugees in Scotland.