Executive Speaker Forum: VIRAL IMPACT
Dave Ingram on the insurance implications of COVID–19

Thursday, March 26, 2020
1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Online Virtual Learning

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“With the ongoing pandemic of the COVID-19 virus, it is crucial that the industry focus on the various impacts at hand. Operational impacts such as employee illnesses and remote working, the impact on the overall economy which could affect sales, the impact on the investment markets and the impact on insurance claims are just some of the many areas to consider. All of these impacts will have implications that will vary considerably, depending upon the eventual severity of the outbreak and the degree to which our healthcare system can handle the increased load of patients.” –Dave Ingram, head of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) analytics team at Willis Re North America


Dave Ingram, head of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) analytics team at Willis Re North America based in New York, offers insurers practical ways to use ERM to identify specific actions and strategies that will enhance the risk-adjusted value of the firm.

With more than 30 years of actuarial and general management experience in the insurance industry, Ingram has served as corporate actuary, business unit head and planning officer for a major U.S. insurance company. He was also the senior director of ERM in the Insurance Ratings Group of Standard and Poor’s (S&P). In that position, he spearheaded their initiative to incorporate ERM as one of the primary insurance ratings criteria and the development of the framework for reviewing economic capital models. As a consulting actuary at Milliman, Ingram provided advice on risk management and risk analysis to insurers banks and investors.

In 2012, Ingram was named one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People in Finance” globally by Treasury & Risk magazine. In addition to authoring a large number of published articles relating to ERM, Dave has spoken on ERM at over 100 events in North America, Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America. He has served as the first chair of the Joint SOA/CAS/CIA Risk Management Section. He is a past chair of the International Actuarial Association’s Enterprise and Financial Risks Committee and is currently chair of the Actuarial Standards Board ERM Committee.

Ingram is a graduate of Lehigh University and has an Enterprise Risk Analyst Charter from the SOA, Financial Risk Manager certification from the GARP and Professional Risk Manager certification from the Professional Risk Managers International Association.

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