Everflow CFO re-appointed to MOSL’s Strategic Panel

May 15, 2024 | Business

James Cleave, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Executive Board Member of Everflow, the UK’s leading multi-utility provider, has been re-appointed to serve on the Strategic Panel of The Market Operator Services Limited (MOSL).

As the market operator for the non-household water retail market in England, MOSL facilitates over 1.2 million business customers in choosing their retail water and wastewater service providers. At the heart of the market, MOSL operates the Central Market Operating System (CMOS), processing over 90,000 transactions daily.

In his role, James will chair the Water Efficiency subgroup within the Strategic Panel, collaborating with various stakeholders in the water industry to drive positive change and address critical challenges faced by the market, the industry, and the UK as a whole.

Having previously served as the Retailer representative on the MOSL Strategic Panel for the past two years, James brings comprehensive expertise in strategy and market development.

With over a decade of experience as a senior business leader in finance, James has played a pivotal role since joining Everflow in early 2018. Under his guidance, the company has experienced serious growth, transitioning from a small new entrant to becoming one of the largest retailers in the market.

James Cleave, commented: “It is an honour to continue my journey with the Strategic Panel, and I am excited about the opportunity to grapple with the fundamental underlying challenges and create a positive impact for customers.

“Having experienced a wide range of company cultures and businesses within the professional services industry, I am passionate about leadership, influencing organisational behaviour, and overseeing strategic execution, all of which will be extremely useful during my time with the Panel.

“Throughout my time with the Panel, I have built strong relationships, and I look forward to further collaboration with fellow members to support the progress we’ve already achieved.”