National Capital Bancorp in Washington, D.C., will soon have a new bank CEO.
National Capital said in a press release that Jimmy Olevson will succeed Randy Anderson at the $676 million-asset National Capital Bank of Washington on Jan. 1. Olevson will remain the bank’s president.
Anderson will remain president and CEO of the company and will still serve on the bank’s board.
Olevson became the bank’s president in April. He previously served as chief lending officer at MainStreet Bank.
“I strongly believe in our mission of providing banking excellence in meeting the financial needs of the communities we serve,” Anderson said in the release.
“Jimmy has done an outstanding job learning about our culture and what makes The National Capital Bank of Washington unique,” Anderson added.