Gregg Anderson

OfReg, Cayman Islands
Executive Director, Energy

Mr. Gregg Anderson is the Executive Director, Energy & Utilities of the Utility Regulation and Competition Office (OfReg) of the Cayman Islands. This follows from his previous appointment as Deputy Chairman of OfReg. He provides leadership and guidance in the economic regulation of the energy and water sectors including guiding utility executives, stakeholders, and board members in making strategic business and policy decisions. He has a diverse 32+- year career that includes various strategy, operations, sales & marketing, regulatory compliance, and risk management roles in both the financial and telecoms industries. He also served as Director of the former Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) as well as a member of its Technical Committee. Prior to joining OfReg, Gregg developed and directed growth strategies, risk management, antimoney laundering and anti-terrorist financing programmes, policies, procedures, and projects. Gregg is a regular public speaker in international forums and addresses topics such as energy transition, business strategy, governance, risk, and compliance. He is business writer and serves on several profit and not-for profit Boards. He received his undergraduate honours degree from the Anglia Ruskin University, UK, earned an MBA from Queens University, School of Business, Canada, is a Certified Management Consultant and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist. He received the Canadian Securities Certificate (CSC) from the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI). Gregg is also licensed by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA), as a professional director. Gregg is a member of the IEA, IEEE & IET, a member of the Association of Certified Anti- Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), member of the Academy of Regulatory Professionals (ARP), member of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CAMC), member of the American Writers and Artists Institute (AWAI) and a member of the Private Directors Association (PDA).