TYSONS CORNER, Va., August 2, 2017 – Old Dominion National Bank announced the appointment of Sushil Clarence as Executive Vice President responsible for the growing bank’s government and technology banking group.
Clarence, who joins Old Dominion from Cardinal Bank, recently acquired by United Bank, will focus on serving commercial clients primarily in Greater Washington’s government contracting and technology industries. He will be based in Old Dominion’s executive offices in Tysons Corner.
“Sushil’s wealth of community banking experience and industry knowledge, along with his longstanding and uncompromising commitment to serving clients, fits perfectly with our concierge style of business banking, said President and Chief Executive Officer Mark S. Merrill. “As a locally-owned and operated bank, we understand the unique challenges that organizations in specialized industries, like government contracting and technology, face every day in the markets we serve. Sushil leads a team of highly experienced professionals serving clients in these unique industries and we know his leadership will help us continue to attract top talent, as we build a special company and enrich the communities we serve.”
Kevin D. Albrigo, the Bank’s Chief Lending Officer, noted, “Old Dominion National Bank remains focused on attracting and retaining relationship-driven leaders like Sushil, who add to our well-rounded team of commercial and industrial business bankers and support our highly personal approach to community banking. The Government and Technology Banking Group expands the bank’s extensive industry expertise, which already includes Healthcare and Professional Services, Commercial Real Estate, and Nonprofit.”
Sushil has 30 years of financial services experience in the region, the last 13 of which he spent with Cardinal Bank, which was acquired by United Bank in April of this year, as an Executive Vice President and Manager of the company’s Government and Technology Group. Prior to that, Sushil was a Senior Vice President and City Executive for BB&T from 1998 to 2003. From 1990 to 1995, he was a Senior Vice President at Columbia First Bank in Arlington, Va. A lifelong Washington D.C. metro banker, Sushil began his banking career in 1985 with the National Bank of Washington.
The Rockville, Md. resident earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of South Dakota and M.B.A. in Finance from the University of North Texas. He also earned a B.S. in Physics from Osmania University in India.