FVCbank adds experienced lender to the commercial banking team as senior vice president

For Immediate Release —

FAIRFAX, VA - FVCbank is pleased to announce Oliver P. James has joined the commercial lending team as senior vice president, commercial banking, for the Reston, Virginia office. A veteran banker, Oliver will focus on developing solutions for FVCbank customers and building long-term relationships with businesses in the Washington, D.C. region.

“We believe the addition of Oliver James, with his extensive knowledge and experience, will further enhance our outstanding commercial lending team,” said David W. Pijor, chairman, president and CEO. “We are extremely pleased with the level of growth and success of FVCbank in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. As we continue to grow, we reaffirm our commitment to assisting our customers in their success.”

Oliver brings more than 15 years of lending experience with government contracting, general contracting, commercial and industrial companies, information technology firms, medical practices and small- to medium-sized businesses. He previously worked with EagleBank as vice president, senior relationship manager, and BB&T as vice president and relationship manager and Wells Fargo as vice president. He majored in economics and politics at Brooklands College in London. He relocated to the United States in 2001. Oliver also serves as a Fairfax Symphony Orchestra board member.

“FVCbank has a tremendous commercial lending team and I’m happy to join them to serve our customers as we continue to grow and expand operations,” Oliver said. “Businesses continue to grow in our region and we’re here to help them find the solutions to serve them best.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Oliver P. James, FVCbank, Senior Vice President, Commercial Lender

About FVCbank

Celebrating 10 years of sound financial performance and continued growth, FVCbank was formed in November 2007 to serve the banking needs of commercial businesses, nonprofit organizations, professional service entities, their owners and employees located in the greater Washington D.C. metropolitan and Northern Virginia area. Based in Fairfax, Virginia, the $907.5 million Virginia-chartered community bank is locally owned and managed, with six full-service offices in Arlington, Ashburn, Fairfax, Manassas, Reston and Springfield, Virginia. Visit www.fvcbank.com for more information.