Dave Ingram is a member of Willis Re’s analytics team based in New York, offering insurers a practical way to use enterprise risk management (ERM) to identify specific actions and strategies that will enhance the risk-adjusted value of the firm. He assists clients with developing their first ORSA (own risk and solvency assessment), presenting their ERM programs to rating agencies, developing and enhancing ERM programs and developing and using economic capital models.
In 2012, Ingram was named one of the 100 most influential people in finance by Treasury and Risk Magazine. With more than 30 years of actuarial and general management experience in the insurance industry, he has served as corporate actuary, business unit head and planning officer for a major U.S. insurance company. He was previously the senior director, ERM, in the insurance ratings group of Standard & Poor’s (S&P). In that position, he spearheaded the initiative to incorporate ERM as one of the primary insurance ratings criteria and the development of the framework for reviewing economic capital models. He also was a consulting actuary providing advice on risk management and risk analysis to banks, investors and insurers with Milliman.
In addition to writing some 100 published articles relating to ERM, Ingram has spoken on ERM at more than 100 events in North America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia and South America. He was the first chair of the 2,500-member Joint SOA/CAS/CIA Risk Management Section. He is now the chair of the International Actuarial Association’s enterprise and financial risks committee and chair of the Actuarial Standards Board ERM committee.
He is a graduate of Lehigh University and has an enterprise risk analyst charter from the SOA, financial risk manager certification from GARP and professional risk manager certification from the PRMIA.