FVCbank added three new lending experts, including in-house underwriters, to provide a turn-key lending experience supported by a team of branch operations and cash management bankers with deep experience in this industry.

With nearly 40 years of collective experience and industry expertise, Sanam Alborzi, Samir Garcia and Tim Moorstein join Oliver James, FVCbank’s director of C&I and GovCon Lending, Uriel Gregorie, VP, and Bran Tsanov, AVP, of the C&I and GovCon team.

“We are excited about this team as we continue to focus on these sectors and the in-depth government and commercial knowledge they bring to our customers,” said David W. Pijor, FVCbank chairman and CEO. “As the C&I and GovCon markets continue to grow, we are poised to offer the specialized and sophisticated financial support and lending expertise businesses in this area need to

Vice President, Relationship Manager Garcia brings his experience with global markets and underwriting expertise from previously managing a diverse range of commercial customers across industries. His former role as portfolio manager, where he supported the C&I team at EagleBank, deepened his knowledge of loan structuring through working with numerous small- to mid-sized companies.

Alborzi, a former branch manager for BB&T working with small businesses, joins the team as the portfolio coordinator responsible for handling daily customer needs. She will focus on the customer’s needs and serve as an administrative liaison, preparing and facilitating transactions while providing responsive customer service. Experienced in the full lifecycle of the lending process, she will hold responsibility for quickly addressing requirements and needs.

With more than 18 years of experience working largely with C&I and GovCon customers, Moorstein will drive FVCbank’s business development. This includes identifying opportunities while facilitating the underwriting for our current customer base. While working at First National Bank of Pennsylvania, he wrote policy for government contract lending. With a successful track record of growth, he joins the team as a senior vice president, relationship manager.

FVCbank is a $1.48 billion Virginia-chartered community bank located in the greater Baltimore and Washington D.C. metropolitan areas.