The National Capital Bank of Washington
One of the area’s oldest financial institutions, The National Capital Bank of Washington (NCB) has a 129-year history of integrity and commitment to the community, offering personal and business banking, wealth management, and residential and commercial mortgages. NCB has been fully committed to the concept that “customers come first” for six generations.
This past spring, NCB opened a new branch in the Courthouse neighborhood, enabling them to serve the financial needs of Arlington residents and businesses and play a greater role in the community. Over the years, the bank’s charitable foundation has made donations totaling $1.7 million to numerous local organizations, focusing primarily on youth, education and social services.
“For me, job satisfaction is meeting and exceeding a customer’s needs and expectations and making their lives better by providing the means to be comfortable and successful financially,” says President and CEO Richard B. (Randy) Anderson, Jr., a 1972 graduate of Yorktown High School. For more than a century and a quarter, NCB has done exactly that.