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MainStreet in Virginia adds former regulator to board

MainStreet Bancshares in Fairfax, Va., has added a former regulator to its board.

The $1.7 billion-asset company said in a press release that Rafael DeLeon has become one of its directors. 

DeLeon, a senior vice president of industry engagement for Ncontracts, recently retired as director for banking relations at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. At the OCC, he led and instructed the workshops for community bank directors and represented the agency at industry events.

Over 30 years at the OCC, DeLeon served as a national bank examiner, a consumer compliance specialist, a field office analyst and a safety and soundness field examiner.

“I’ve known Rafael for many years, and he brings a wealth of industry knowledge, strategic vision, and strong ethics and corporate governance to complement our already strong board as we strive to meet our community’s banking needs,” Jeff Dick, MainStreet’s chairman and CEO, said in the release.

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