Franklin, West Virginia – Effective March 1, 2022, Aaron Green – Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer – will serve on the Agriculture-Rural America Subcommittee of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) during the 2022 session- 2023. Aaron was named to the subcommittee by ICBA Chairman Brad Bolton, President and CEO of Community Spirit Bank in Red Bay, Alabama.
The Sub-Committee is responsible for monitoring legislative and regulatory developments affecting community banks in agricultural and rural areas as well as formulating major trade association policies relating to both subjects, in accordance with ICBA policy resolutions. Aaron will play a lead role in communicating ICBA’s policy positions to community bankers, members of Congress, regulators, other trade associations, financial institutions, and state and local authorities as appropriate. The subcommittee supports agricultural and rural bankers and draws attention to the important role they play.
“Being named to ICBA’s Agriculture-Rural America subcommittee and representing these sectors of our industry as a spokesperson for community banking is an honor and a privilege, both professionally and personally,” says Aaron Green. “Having grown up in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and now working as a community banker serving Virginia and West Virginia, I believe the issues, policies, and opportunities within agri- industry and rural communities are a vital part of our industry, economy, and national culture. To continue my service as an advocate in these areas to ICBA, Washington D.C. leaders, and to the broader banking industry presents exciting challenges that are well worth the effort.
William Loving, President and CEO, said, “I am thrilled that Aaron has been appointed to ICBA’s Agriculture and Rural America Subcommittee. His experience and connection to this vital sector of our industry will benefit not only ICBA and the community bank, but also the PCB as we continue to develop this sector in our market to better meet the needs of farms and families for generations to come.
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Based in Franklin, West Virginia, PCB is an independent community bank with $630 million in assets. PCB serves the West Virginia communities of Franklin, Moorefield, Marlinton, Petersburg, Wardensville, Mount Hope, Oak Hill and Beckley with eight full-service financial centers and a loan origination office in Lewisburg. The institution operates five financial centers in the Virginia communities of Harrisonburg, Bridgewater and Staunton, as well as a loan origination office in Staunton. Since 1925, PCB has provided products and services that facilitate financial success for customers, promote professional success for team members, and drive economic growth in the communities it serves. PCB has been your bank for generations. FDIC Member | Equal Housing Lender