Members of the Commission

Under the 2005 Insurance Act, The Commission shall consist of a maximum of seven commissioners, including The Superintendent of Insurance, the Deputy Superintendent of Insurance and three to five other members, comprised of persons with a wide experience in the areas of insurance, finance, commerce, law or administration; and are appointed by the Governor-General after consultation with the Minister of Finance.

Michele Fields, Superintendent of Insurance, is the Chief Executive Officer of the Commission and is charged with the day-to-day management and operation of the office. She is also the Chairman of the Board of the Commissioners.

The Commissioners meet at least once per month, and are responsible for the overall governance of the Office of the Commission and for the establishment of related policies.

Mrs. Michele Fields
Mrs. Michele Fields
Superintendent of the Commission

Mrs. Michele Fields was educated in The Bahamas and the United Kingdom, earning a B.A. with Honours in Accounting at the University of Exeter, before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG in London, England. She returned to Nassau in 1982 to continue her career in the accounting field, and has extensive experience in the insurance industry, having worked in senior management at a major life insurance company for over 14 years. Mrs. Fields served as a Commissioner on the Board of the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas from its inception, and in January 2012 she was appointed Superintendent of Insurance. She serves as an ex officio member of the Board of the National Health Insurance Authority. She is a Charter Member of The Nassau Chapter of The Links, Inc., Vice President of The Bahamas Girl Guides Association and has served as Vice-President of The Bahamas Red Cross Society.

Mrs. Michele Fields
Mrs. Michele Fields
Superintendent of the Commission

Mrs. Michele Fields was educated in The Bahamas and the United Kingdom, earning a B.A. with Honours in Accounting at the University of Exeter, before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG in London, England. She returned to Nassau in 1982 to continue her career in the accounting field, and has extensive experience in the insurance industry, having worked in senior management at a major life insurance company for over 14 years. Mrs. Fields served as a Commissioner on the Board of the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas from its inception, and in January 2012 she was appointed Superintendent of Insurance. She serves as an ex officio member of the Board of the National Health Insurance Authority. She is a Charter Member of The Nassau Chapter of The Links, Inc., Vice President of The Bahamas Girl Guides Association and has served as Vice-President of The Bahamas Red Cross Society.