Title: Banker, Director
Location: Long Island City, New York, United States
John Ingraham, Banker and Director, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business management.
Since 2003, Mr. Ingraham has served in the executive role of managing director of Senior Corporate Risk for Citigroup. His success in this position is based on many years within the industry, having worked with Citigroup in prior roles, as well as his skills and education. He entered this profession right after graduating from Harvard Business School, and he was one of six of the graduating class of 1957 to accept positions with National Citibank. Since then, he has work for the company in different capacities, recently celebrating 60 years with the company. His expertise in risk management has proved a valuable company for the company and its clients throughout the years.
Mr. Ingraham graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1952, and a Master of Business Administration in 1957. He continued his education with postgraduate studies at the New York University Graduate School of Business throughout the 1960s. When he joined Citigroup in 1957, he started in a junior lending position, working his way up to a senior lending position in the late 1960s. In 1970, he was named as head of Institutional Recovery Management for Citicorp and he was later tapped for roles as Senior Vice President of the Oversight Committee for North American Lending, Senior Vice President of Credit Policy for Global Private Bank, and Senior Vice President of the Credit Policy Committee for Latin American and Investment Banks. He has also served as the deputy chair of the Credit Policy Committee from 1979 to 1992. Furthermore, Mr. Ingraham has been the Senior Vice President of Line Risk Manager for Global Private Bank of the Dynamo Mutual Fund, and the Senior Vice President and Sector Risk Manager of Citigroup Global Asset Management with Travelers Life and Annuity and Private Banking.
A respected leader in the field, in 1978, Mr. Ingraham received a Distinguished Service Award from Robert Morris Associates, and he considers one of his biggest accomplishments his successful reorganizing of the bankruptcy of Penn Central Transportation Company, a six-year project for what was the seventh largest company in America at the time. He utilizes this experience in restructuring companies with his current work in restructuring mortgage markets. Throughout his career, Mr. Ingraham has been mentored by P. Henry Mueller, George Moore, and Walter Wiston, who were all incredibly influential on his career and development.
In addition to Mr. Ingraham’s roles with Citigroup, he has served as the chair of Moa Bay Mining Company since 1974 and as a member of the New York Crime Stoppers since 1993. On a civic level, he has been engaged with the John King Fairbanks Center and the Schlesinger Library Counsel for the History of Women in America with the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Studies at Harvard University. Mr. Ingraham has also been a member of Robert Morris Associates, the Society of Colonial Wars of the State of New York, the Gulfstream Bath and Tennis Club, the Ocean Club, the Harvard Club, the St. Andrews Society State of New York, the Everglades Club, and the Robert Burns Society.
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