SPRINGFIELD, Va. - First Virginia Community Bank (FVCbank), named one of the 50 fastest-growing businesses in Virginia, welcomes Alissa Curry as senior vice president and commercial team lender for its Arlington office.
“Our goal, as First Virginia Community Bank, is to help Northern Virginia businesses overcome banking hurdles and offer them a new, personalized and strategic approach to finance. We are thrilled to add Alissa Curry, a seasoned banking executive to our team,” said David W. Pijor, FVCbank Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Curry has worked in the financial industry for more than 15 years. She has formerly worked in senior executive positions at PNC Bank, SunTrust and Cardinal Bank. Her areas of expertise include real estate, government contracting, not for profits and service companies.
After spending most of her career with large national banks, she returns to the community banking industry by joining FVCbank to expand its business base in the Arlington market.
FVCbank is a newcomer to the Arlington area, having arrived after completing its first acquisition, 1st Commonwealth Bank of Virginia, in 2012. As of September 2013, gross loans totaled $375.333 million, an annualized increase of 17.7 percent, or $58.539 million, compared with $331.429 million in December 2012.