Dana Munnings-Gray (Co-Chair) serves as the Deputy Superintendent of Insurance at the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas. She is a former Manager of the Supervision Department at the Securities Commission of The Bahamas with carriage of the relevant units, namely the Securities Industry (SIA), Financial and Corporate Service Providers (FCSPA) and Digital and Registered Exchanges (DARE) where she served from April 2019 – February 2022.
Mrs. Munnings-Gray was called to the Bar of England and Wales as a member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, and to the Bahamas Bar as an Attorney in 2014. She has 20+ years in the financial services industry with specialisation in Trust and Company Management and Administration, Compliance and Risk Management. Dana holds both a Bachelor of Science and Arts in Political Science and Business Management from the College of Saint Benedict in Minnesota, and obtained a Bachelor of Law – LL.B (Hons) from The University of Buckingham in England, while completing her Bar Professional Training Course at City University in London, England.
Dana is a Member of the Bahamas Bar Association, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialist and the International Compliance Association where she holds the designation of CFCS and MICA respectively. She also acquired a designation as a Certified International Risk Manager (CIRM), a Specialist Certification in Financial Crime Risk in Global Banking and Market and currently occupies an observer status with The Bahamas Association of Compliance Officers (BACO). Dana has also completed regulatory and management training and certification with the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and Harvard Law School, as well as with the London School of Economics. She is currently enrolled in a Management course with Wharton School of Business – Securities Industry Institute and pursuing her ACAMS certification.
Dana is a Financial Assessor with the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF), one of the regional bodies of FATF, from 2021 and is expected to complete her first mutual evaluation assessment in 2022.