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Anderson to Retire as CEO of The National Capital Bank of Washington

November 28, 2022, 07:00 AM

National Capital Bancorp announced Richard B. (Randy) Anderson, Jr. has decided to retire as Chief Executive Officer of its subsidiary, The National Capital Bank of Washington on Dec. 31, 2022 after a 47-year career including the last seven years with the Bank. Anderson will continue to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and a director of the Bank. The Board of Directors of the Bank have elected James Olevson, the current President of the Bank, to succeed Anderson as President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of the Bank effective Jan. 1, 2023.

Anderson has provided vision and steady leadership through various economic cycles and change, including the significant growth of the Bank and an expansion of the communities it serves. He started with the Bank in 2016 and developed a strong executive management team working closely with the Board of Directors to develop leadership depth and execute a succession plan that resulted in the Board’s decision to name Olevson as his successor.

Olevson was appointed President of the Bank in April 2022. With over 25 years of community banking experience, Olevson previously served as Chief Lending Officer at MainStreet Bank and held senior lending positions at Middleburg Bank and BB&T Bank.

Anderson said, “It has been a privilege and an honor to serve the Company and the Bank over the last seven years. I strongly believe in our mission of providing banking excellence in meeting the financial needs of the communities we serve. Jimmy has done an outstanding job learning about our culture and what makes The National Capital Bank of Washington unique, and I look forward to continuing to serve as President and CEO of the Company while working side-by-side with him. I am confident that Jimmy will provide sound leadership ensuring continued success for the Company and the Bank.”

The National Capital Bank of Washington was founded in 1889 and is Washington’s Oldest Bank.

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