Ingram joined LEBC in 2003 following her role as director of financial planning at Tenon Group.
She will now pursue a new career as a personal finance writer, commentator and broadcaster, after taking a short break.
Ingram said: “I wish to use my considerable experience in financial planning to improve financial literacy amongst those members of the public currently excluded or deterred from seeking financial advice.
“I hope that better informed consumers will feel able to seek financial advice when taking important financial decisions.”
LEBC managing director Derek Miles said: “Kay has been a stalwart of LEBC’s development, fulfilling various roles in the business over the last 18 years, latterly as our public policy director.
“We wish her well with her new venture and in her endeavours to improve consumer financial capability.”
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