Seattle Firm Impello Global Insurance Services Awarded 2023 Broker of the Year at Export-Import Bank of the United States Annual Conference

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WASHINGTON, DC – The Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) today awarded Impello Global Insurance Services, LLC, their Broker of the Year award in recognition of their work as insurance brokers driving transactions and facilitating U.S. exports. This is the first time the company has received this award, which was announced today at the EXIM’s Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

Headquartered in Seattle, WA, Impello Global was founded in 2017 and specializes in brokering trade credit and political risk insurance programs while providing advisory services to capital equipment exporters, private equity firms, and lenders looking to expand their structured trade and finance capabilities.

“In over two decades partnering with EXIM Bank, from my early days as a young broker to now leading a premier brokerage and advisory firm, I have witnessed EXIM’s invaluable support to U.S. exporters,” said Impello Global President, Jeramie Maxwell. “EXIM has been instrumental in transitioning businesses from local players to global leaders. Our journey with EXIM is a testament to its profound impact and being named ‘Broker of the Year’ for 2023 is an honored recognition of that enduring partnership.”

“We are deeply appreciative of the valued recommendations Impello Global has provided to EXIM,” said EXIM President and Chair Reta Jo Lewis. “With their seasoned and knowledgeable professionals, the Impello Global team has a proven track record that has led to a significant EXIM book of business and greatly contributed to their continued success.”


EXIM Bank an independent federal agency that provides competitive and necessary export credit to overseas purchasers of U.S. exports to promote and support American jobs. A robust and fully functioning EXIM Bank can assist the United States in leveling the global playing field for U.S. exporters when they compete against foreign companies that receive the support of their national export credit agencies. EXIM also contributes to U.S. economic growth and the support of more than a million jobs through the support of thousands of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) around the country. Since 2000, EXIM Bank has provided $14.6 billion to the U.S. Treasury after paying for all of its administrative and program expenses.

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