trending Market Intelligence /marketintelligence/en/news-insights/trending/5HgOi2yaUjQyiNGa3_XzLw2 content esgSubNav
In This List

NERC CEO quits after reported arrest for domestic violence

Blog

Insight Weekly: Unease roils markets; US likely to slip into recession; firms' cash ratios fall

Blog

Insight Weekly: Bank boards lag on gender parity; future of office in doubt; US LNG exports leap

Blog

Insight Weekly: Job growth faces hurdles; shale firms sit on cash pile; Africa's lithium future

Blog

Insight Weekly: Loan growth picks up; US-China PE deals fall; France faces winter energy crunch


NERC CEO quits after reported arrest for domestic violence

Gerry Cauley has resigned as president and CEO of the North American Electric Reliability Corp., following a reported domestic violence charge.

As previously reported, Cauley was arrested in Gwinnett County, Ga., on Nov. 10 and Atlanta-based NERC announced the next day that he was on a leave of absence.

The NERC board of trustees said Charles Berardesco will remain as acting CEO, while it engages a search firm to find a replacement for Cauley. "NERC has a talented staff and an experienced leadership team that is well-equipped to continue the forward momentum on key initiatives. I am confident we will continue to meet milestones and expectations going forward," said board chair Roy Thilly.