Ingrid Goodspeed has over 25 years banking and financial market experience.Ingrid is a CD(SA) and has an LLB, MBL (cum laude), BCom Honours (Economics) and BCom (Economics and Accounting) degrees from the University of South Africa. She is Fellow of the South African Institute of Financial Markets (SAIFM), and has served as a Govenor on the board of the SAIFM for more than 10 years.
Ingrid spent over 5 years with National Treasury’s Financial Sector Policy Unit. Before National Treasury, she was head of operational risk of Absa Wealth (a division of Absa Bank). Before that Ingrid was with Nedbank where she held a number of positions including Enterprise Risk Manager, Head: Market Risk Framework and Head: Market and Operational Risk Audit. Ingrid joined Nedbank from Deloitte where she was an associate director in the Advisory Division of the Financial Institutions Services Team (FIST). Before joining Deloitte, Ingrid was with Teba Bank (now Ubank). She held various posts there – treasurer, risk and compliance manager and economist. Prior to joining Teba Bank, she was a rated investment analyst at ABSA Securities researching the financial sector. Before that she was a financial engineer for ABSA Corporate Bank, developing and modelling financial risk management solutions and strategies for corporate clients. She also worked in ABSA Bank’s dealing room as a senior dealer: interest-rate derivatives. Ingrid is a qualified COBOL and Assembler programmer and spent 8 years in the information technology division of a large bank.
Ingrid has been training part-time for a number of years. She lectured risk management for University of Johannesburg’s Programme in Advanced Banking Law; risk management, investment theory and anti-money laundering for the South African Reserve Bank College; risk management for GIBS Business School and business economics and strategic and financial decision-making for De Montfort University’s MBA qualification, where she was also an MBA dissertation supervisor.
Ingrid has published a number of books and articles including:
- Van Wyk,K.,Botha, Z., and Goodspeed, I (Editors), 2018,Understanding South African Financial Markets, sixth edition, Johannesburg: van Schaik Publishers. She authored amongst others the equity market, derivatives market and credit market (including credit derivatives) chapters.
- The Equity Market, 2018, Study workbook for the South African Institute of Financial Markets’ Registered Persons Exam (RPE)
- Introduction to financial markets, 2018, Study workbook for the South African Institute of Financial Markets’ Registered Persons Exam (RPE).