Eric Ingber

Managing Director, PWM Market Executive

Professional Profile

Eric Ingber is a Managing Director and a Market Executive for Metro New York with Bank of America Private Bank. Eric is responsible for advancing the strategic priorities of the Private Bank, facilitating responsible growth that engages deeply with the wealth management needs of high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, families, and institutions. He fosters effective collaboration across a team of more than 300 professionals, in roles that include client advisory, trusts, investments, administration, operations, and business-support functions. Closely attuned to the priorities and interests of an accomplished clientele, Eric is accustomed to leading large-scale initiatives across functional areas and business lines, resulting in a more robust and cohesive client experience. He grounds his approach in integrity and transparency, committed to advancing the long-term best interests of each client, as well as each team member.

In his role as Market Executive, Eric is responsible for streamlining access to the capabilities that sophisticated clients require, smoothing decision-making processes to expedite timely action. He also focuses on attracting and retaining preeminent talent, creating an environment where a diverse and dynamic group of professionals can thrive. Trained as an engineer, Eric is skilled in anticipating the processes, systems, and technologies required to support the firm’s strategic priorities. His first-hand experience as an Advisor has endowed him with a practical understanding of client concerns and aspirations, heightening his effectiveness as a problem-solver, mentor, and guide. 

Eric has more than two decades of private banking experience. Prior to joining Bank of America Private Bank, he spent 18 years with J.P. Morgan Private Bank, where he focused on the ultra-high-net-worth sector, ultimately serving as an Executive Director and Investment Specialist. He earned his M.B.A. from Fordham University with a concentration in finance, accounting, and taxation, and his B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan.

Eric lives in New York City with his wife, Jessica, his children, Lily and Ethan, and their English bulldogs, Walter and Winston.

The Chief Investment Office (CIO) provides thought leadership on wealth management, investment strategy and global markets; portfolio management solutions; due diligence; and solutions oversight and data analytics. CIO viewpoints are developed for Bank of America Private Bank, a division of Bank of America, N.A., (“Bank of America”) and Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated (“MLPF&S” or “Merrill”), a registered broker-dealer, registered investment adviser and a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation.


  • Fordham Gabelli School of Business
  • University of Michigan


  • English

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