Veteran Loudoun banker Arch A. Moore III is returning to his home ground. He’ll serve as executive vice president and Middleburg market executive for Access National Bank’s Middleburg Bank division.
Moore served a key executive at Middleburg Bank from 1995 until 2011, rising to the position of chief lending officer before joining Potomac Bancshares, Inc. as a lending executive and eventually serving as acting CEO.
Access National and Middleburg Bank completed a merger earlier this year.
“Bringing Arch Moore back to Middleburg is an exciting move for Access National Bank and the Middleburg Bank division. He is well known throughout the market as an experienced banker with an unparalleled dedication to service, clients and the community,” stated Michael W. Clarke, CEO of Access National Corporation. “This is a clear signal of our ongoing commitment to preserving the 92-year old Middleburg brand heritage and its loyal client base, while being able to offer expanded commercial banking capabilities along with true concierge private banking and wealth services to the broader Loudoun market.”
Moore serves on the board of the Middleburg Tennis Association and has formerly served on the boards of the Loudoun Economic Development Authority, Middleburg Academy, Oatlands Plantation, and the Leesburg regional board of Shenandoah University.
Moore is a native of Glen Dale, WV, and a graduate of West Virginia University where he earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in business administration. He is the son of former West Virginia Gov. Arch Alfred Moore, Jr., and brother of West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito.
Based in Reston, Access National Corporation reports assets of $1.4 billion.