Jeremy Cox is the Chief Executive Officer of the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA). Mr. Cox has responsibility for all supervisory activities conducted by the BMA, including the supervision of banks, trust companies, investment businesses and insurance companies. In his role as CEO, Mr. Cox also directs the ongoing strategic development and direction of the BMA, in consultation with the BMA Board of Directors.
Mr. Cox earned his Certified Public Accountant designation in 1995 and is an alumnus of Northeastern University, where he graduated Cum Laude in 1989 with a BSc degree in Finance and Insurance. He began his career at Arthur Andersen & Co. Bermuda as a Senior and Staff Auditor. He subsequently joined the Registrar of Companies Department within the Bermuda Government, where he served as a Technical Officer in the Insurance Division from 1993–1995, and was promoted to the position of Inspector of Companies, a post he held until 1999. He was then appointed Registrar of Companies, where his responsibilities included providing technical support to the Minister of Finance on all insurance related matters.
In 2002 Mr. Cox was appointed as Executive Director and Supervisor of Insurance at the BMA, where he had responsibility for the overall supervision of Bermuda’s insurance market, and he was promoted to the position of Deputy Chief Executive Officer in 2008. Mr. Cox was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the BMA as of January 1st 2010; he also serves as an executive member of the BMA Board.