Blogger Archives: Dave Ingram

Dave Ingram

Dave is an Executive Vice President of Willis Re, specialising in theory and practice of ERM for insurers. Based in New York, Dave has more than 30 years of actuarial and general management experience in the insurance industry and has published and spoken about ERM all over the world. In 2012 he was named by @TreasuryandRisk as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance. You can follow Dave on Twitter at @dingramerm (views his own – not Willis’).

Five Bucket ERM

Forget about risk registers and risk models. What you really need is a good risk bucket system. Continue reading →

Enterprise Risk Management in Lean Times

working under a tight budget

The good news for risk managers is: since times have been tough, company management is listening to your message. The bad news for risk managers is: since times have been tough, there’s not much budget for anyone, let alone an area with no hope of new revenue generation. So risk managers are being asked to do more and more with less and less. Here are some tips on how to meet expectations without crashing the budget. Continue reading →

Developing a Flexible Enterprise Risk Management Program

The development process for a new Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) system is often disconcerting to experienced business managers. With most new projects the standard approach is to completely define a project in advance and them implement the plan. When that … Continue reading →

To Manage Your Enterprise Risk, Start with a Risk Profile

Risk profile is one of the primary areas of focus for good Enterprise Risk Management programs. Risk profile is a view of all the main risks of a firm, which allows management and other audiences the chance to compare the … Continue reading →