MCLEAN, Va., Aug. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Old Dominion National Bank promoted Amanda S. Tucker to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the bank's enterprise risk management, compliance, operations, and marketing programs.
Tucker, who joined Old Dominion in 2014 as Chief Risk Officer, brings a wealth of experience to her new role, having held leadership positions in risk and compliance at larger Virginia financial institutions after beginning her career as a banking regulator.
"Amanda is a premier risk compliance executive in the community banking space, effectively navigating financial institutions through the complex and ever-changing regulatory environment," said Mark S. Merrill, President and CEO. "As COO, we expect Amanda's insights, leadership, and ability to build strong and engaged teams to be invaluable as we execute our strategy that calls for further organic growth in the Charlottesville area and expansion of our reach in Northern Virginia."
Specifically, Tucker will focus on further strengthening Old Dominion's corporate-wide operational risk management program in order to ensure compliance and execution of the bank's growth strategy, as well as enhancing the client experience and operational efficiency. A Charlottesville resident, Tucker will be based in the bank's new downtown Charlottesville offices.
Prior to joining Old Dominion, Tucker managed risk and compliance programs at Virginia banks with assets ranging from $500 million to more than $7 billion. Until 2014, she served as senior vice president and operational risk manager for Union Bankshares Corporation. She joined Union through its acquisition of StellarOne Corporation, where she served as the director of anti-money laundering (AML) and fraud. Previously, Tucker served as vice president of compliance for Community Bank.
Tucker began her banking career as an examiner with the Massachusetts Division of Banks. There, she participated in the safety and soundness examinations of state chartered banks, with a focus on Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and information technology federal guidelines and standards examinations.
Tucker is a graduate of Hartwick College in New York and holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Political Science. She is also a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). She currently serves as a director on the BSA Coalition's Advisory Board, and a director on the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) Richmond Board.
About Old Dominion National Bank
Old Dominion is an independent, locally-owned and managed bank headquartered in Virginia with two full-service offices in Albemarle County, as well as a loan production office in Fairfax County to support its plans for growth in the Washington metropolitan area. The bank has approximately $55 million in assets and offers a full range of commercial and consumer financial services in the communities it serves. Please visit the bank online at ODNBonline.com.
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Old Dominion National Bank
Mark S. Merrill
President and Chief Executive Officer
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