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ExCred International
25 - 26 February 2025
Millennium Gloucester HotelLondon, UK

Natalie Chiaramonte
President at Sovereign Risk Insurance Ltd


Natalie Chiaramonte is Division President of Sovereign Risk Insurance Limited. She has executive operating responsibility for the company, which provides political risk and sovereign credit insurance to commercial and investment banks, exporters, multinational corporations, export credit agencies, multilateral agencies and private equity investors. Prior to this role, Ms. Chiaramonte served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Sovereign.

Natalie joined Sovereign as a Research Analyst in 2001 and quickly transitioned to underwriting with responsibility for a number of Sovereign’s key clients. Throughout her time at Sovereign, Natalie has gained experience underwriting both political and non-payment risks for a diverse group of Sovereign’s client base, including international commercial and investment banks, corporates, exporters, traders, multilaterals, export credit agencies and private equity investors. She was promoted to Senior Vice President in 2015, and since then she has been working with Sovereign’s President in all aspects of the company’s management, including strategic planning and forecasting, business development and marketing, client and broker relationships, claims, the formulation and implementation of underwriting strategies, as well as reinsurance procurement.

Prior to joining Sovereign, Natalie worked at the Bank of Bermuda (now HSBC) in Bermuda, Luxembourg, and New York where she managed top client relationships for the Global Fund Services Division. Natalie has a BA in History from Brown University in Rhode Island, USA and speaks French.

Agenda Sessions

  • Update on sovereign risk and debt sustainability