FAIRFAX, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
New Hire Brings Key Talent to Freedom Bank’s Finance Team
The Freedom Bank of Virginia (FDVA) today announced the hiring of Kip Huffman as Senior Vice President & Controller.
“Kip Huffman is an excellent addition to the Freedom Bank leadership team,” said Joe Thomas, President and CEO. “He brings demonstrated accounting experience and will be an asset in assisting with bank wide finance functions, ALCO, and regulatory reporting. Kip fills an important role to strengthen the Bank’s financial reporting and prepare the Bank for higher levels of profitability and accelerated growth.”
In his role as Controller, Mr. Huffman will have oversight of the accounting department. Mr. Huffman, along with the finance team, will work together to ensure that each line of business has improved financial metrics and business intelligence to better manage the company.
“I am excited to join the Freedom Bank team as Senior Vice President & Controller,” said Kip Huffman. “I look forward to being a part of this successful team and contributing to the new direction and growth of the company.”
Kip brings 10 years of finance experience, and is a licensed CPA. He was most recently employed by Elliott Davis LLC, where he was a Senior Manager. At Elliott Davis he was responsible for the oversight of nine external audits including two SEC registrants. He also oversaw numerous internal audits for clients throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia.
About Freedom Bank
Freedom Bank is a community-oriented bank headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia with total assets of $518 million and total deposits of $438 million at September 30, 2018. The bank has locations in Fairfax, Reston, Chantilly and Vienna and a mortgage division headquartered in Chantilly. The bank’s stock trades on the OTCQX market as FDVA. For information about Freedom Bank’s deposit and loan services, visit the Bank’s website at www.freedombankva.com.
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