Dominic Morris CBE

Dominic Morris CBE

Dominic joined Quiller in October 2015. From 2009-2015 he was Group Public Affairs Director at Lloyds Banking Group, advising the Chairman and Group Executive Committee on strategic public policy issues. He led the Group’s reputation management with political stakeholders; the Group’s government relations with Ministers and civil servants; and regulatory development/public policy advocacy for the Group in the UK, EU and USA.

Prior to joining Lloyds, Dominic was the Strategic Director of the Digital Britain Project and expert adviser on Digital Britain to Lords Mandelson and Carter in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

From 2003 to 2008, he was chief of staff at the communications sector regulator, Ofcom. Previously he has also worked at the BBC; and for eight years in the Prime Minister’s Office, under Lady Thatcher and Sir John Major, first as private secretary for Home and Parliamentary business and later as deputy head of the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit. He started working life as a fast-stream civil servant and rose to the level of Director before leaving the civil service in 1996. He was made a CBE in 1997 for services to government.

He has also been a non-executive board member of the Industry and Parliament Trust.

Dominic’s career has given him extensive experience in the financial services, telecommunications and media sectors; and with government and Parliament; and of regulation, nationally and internationally.