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									National Capital Bank Hires Business Development V.P.
January 06, 2010 03:50 PM Eastern Time  

WASHINGTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The National Capital Bank of Washington announced this week that David M
hired as Vice President - Business Development.

Glaser’s responsibilities will focus on developing new business relationships for the bank, primarily in the commercial sector. He has
experience in community banking, exclusively in the Washington D.C. area. After spending 13 years with McLachlen National Bank
Bank of Washington), Glaser moved to Adams National Bank. During his 14 years with Adams, Mr. Glaser held the positions of B
Business Development Officer and most recently Senior Vice President of Retail Administration and Corporate Services.

“I’m looking forward to working with this historic community bank. They have such a strong reputation for financial stability and cus
said Glaser. Glaser joins the 120-year old National Capital Bank at a time when many banks are downsizing or failing. Quite to the
Capital continues to experience great success and looks to expand its customer base. “NCB is known for its A+ and superior Safet
everyone knows that they are the only local bank to be named among the 20 strongest banks in America. I feel very comfortable re
potential customers to this high quality institution.” 

“David will add value to National Capital Bank immediately. His professionalism and knowledge of community banking make him a
our staff of seasoned Bank officers. With his background of experience in the D.C. market, he will help to connect us with more cus
creative solutions for meeting their needs,” said Richard Didden, CEO of National Capital Bank.

Glaser resides in Arlington and is actively involved in a variety of corporate, civic and ecclesiastical boards and committees. He also
certificates of achievement from the American Bankers Association and Bank Administration Institute.

The National Capital Bank of Washington was founded in 1889 and has been managed by the Didden family for 120 years.
$298 million, it is headquartered on Capitol Hill and has a second location in Friendship Heights. The bank has been recog
last decade with numerous accolades for its safety and soundness, exceptional performance, small business services, and fo
as well.In 2008 they were recognized as Washington D.C.’s Small Business of the Year.NCB trades under the symbol NACB
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