Capital One appointed Todd Hammond to its Underwriting and Portfolio Management team and will welcome Brian Schwinn to the team on June 10.
Hammond joins the team to lead underwriting for Middle Market Banking, supporting the Regional Commercial Bank, Not-for-Profit, and Municipal groups and coordinating closely with the Diversified Industries group.
Schwinn will lead the Financial Institutions Group’s Underwriting and Portfolio Management team. Both executives will report directly to John Crosby, head of Underwriting and Portfolio Management for Capital One’s Commercial Bank.
“At Capital One, we continue to develop and look for leaders who have deep segment experience and will help support our customers,” Crosby said. “Both Todd and Brian exemplify this objective, and we are very happy to welcome such strong leaders to our team.”
Hammond spent 15 years at Key Bank, where he held various risk operations positions and most recently served as SVP, head of Business Banking and Commercial Underwriting. In that role, Todd was responsible for underwriting and portfolio monitoring activities within SBA, business banking, agribusiness, private banking, and middle-market commercial lending throughout Key Bank’s footprint.
Schwinn will join Capital One from Santander Bank, where he was most recently EVP, head of Asset Based Lending and Restructuring Finance. In that post, he led a team of origination, underwriting and portfolio management professionals delivering structured asset-based financial solutions to a variety of industries. Prior to this role, Brian was chief credit officer, responsible for overall commercial credit risk management for Santander Bank.
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