The seasoned commercial banker will serve clients in Northern Virginia and Greater Washington
TYSONS CORNER, Va., April 1, 2022—Old Dominion National Bank announced today that Greg Jay has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Market Executive - Loudoun County, He is responsible for serving commercial banking clients, particularly in Loudoun County and across the Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
“We are very pleased to welcome Greg to ODNB, as he brings a wealth of experience in commercial banking and a long track record as a business and community leader in Loudoun County. I look forward to his valuable contributions to our clients and our team,” said Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Mark Merrill.
Jay joins ODNB from Atlantic Union Bank, where he most recently served as Senior Vice President and Community Relationship Manager. Earlier in his 27-year Loudoun County commercial banking career, he was with John Marshall Bank, Bank of Clarke County, Virginia Commerce Bank, and BB&T.
Loudoun County has the highest median household income of any county in the United States, is one of the nation’s fastest growing and economically attractive markets, and presents outstanding opportunities for ODNB to introduce its highly responsive and personalized services to businesses, entrepreneurs and other leaders in this Northern Virginia community.
“Greg is highly respected in the community and a high-caliber relationship-based banker well suited to lead our continued growth in and around Loudoun County,” said Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer Kevin Albrigo. “Greg has been successful in serving clients and growing business over his extraordinary career and I look forward to working together again!”
Jay earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory & Henry College, received his certifications in Principles of Banking, Consumer Lending and Advanced Consumer Lending from the American Institute of Banking, and attended the banking school at Wake Forest University. He has also served as a Board Member of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce since 2006.
“It is a pleasure to be joining a locally owned and operated community bank like ODNB, which is committed to growing by anticipating and meeting the needs of small- and middle-market businesses right here in Northern Virginia,” said Jay. “I look forward to contributing to the success of the bank and the clients we serve.”