Brad Dunderman
Brad Dunderman
Director, Private Insurance Placement

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)

United States

I joined Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation in 2016.  As Executive Director, Private Insurance Placement, Americas, I am responsible for managing the placement of non-payment insurance supporting loan facilities originating in the Americas region.  Prior to SMBC, I was the Director, Global Insurance at Motorola for eighteen years managing the global trade and political risk policies, and, beginning in 2010, the corporate risk insurance programs as well.   My responsibilities included managing Motorola’s Dublin based captive insurance and reinsurance companies.  My work experience also includes managing the Midwest Regional Office of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, and marketing and underwriting for FCIA Management Co. Inc.  My education background includes a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and a Master of Business Administration from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix, Arizona.  

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CPRI Club 2023

We assemble syndication, distribution and insurance buying bankers to join corporates, underwriters and brokers active in the Americas community to discuss key trends in the Americas market:

- How can bank buyers make the most of the insurance product across capital relief, risk mitigation, and capacity?
- For which projects/sectors in the Americas is trade credit insurance most important to buyers?
- What impact will Basel IV have on the market and capital treatment?
- How are corporate buyers using the product, what improvements would they like to see, and which projects do they seek insurance cover for?

Brad Dunderman
Director, Private Insurance Placement, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)
Amy Shinkman
Vice President, Export Credit Insurance, US EXIM BANK - Export-Import Bank of the United States
Jamie Brache
VP & Senior Underwriter, Vantage Risk
Maryam Kouhgoli
Director, Deutsche Bank