WASHINGTON, July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Capital Bank of Washington (NCB) announced today that Renee C. Aldrich joined the bank as Senior Vice President Senior Commercial Lender.
Aldrich's responsibilities will focus on developing new business and growing the Bank's loan portfolio focusing on the commercial and commercial real estate sectors. Aldrich's financial expertise and local lending background elevates the Bank's ability to better serve the thriving business community in and around Washington. A seasoned banker, she brings 14 years of lending experience to businesses and non-profit organizations in the region. Aldrich will combine her dedication to customer service with the Bank's reputation for building long-standing business partnerships.
"I have worked with Renee in the past, and am confident that her credit skills and commitment to community make her a perfect fit with our team of skilled banking professionals," said Randy Anderson, president and chief executive officer. "We at NCB are eagerly looking to increase business lending in our market and Renee will be able to immediately connect with those borrowers who recognize the importance of local decision making and the value proposition of a true community bank."
Aldrich is a graduate of the University of Richmond, E. Claiborne Robins School of Business and is active in a number of local corporate and civic organizations including Leadership Arlington, the Arlington Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) DC.
The National Capital Bank of Washington was founded in 1889 and is Washington's Oldest Bank. NCB has assets of $408 million and is headquartered on Capitol Hill with a second branch located in Friendship Heights. The bank was recently recognized as the most profitable bank in Greater Washington and trades under the symbol NACB. For more information about NCB, go to www.nationalcapitalbank.com
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SOURCE The National Capital Bank of Washington