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RICHARD FAIRBANK CO-FOUNDER, CHAIRMAN, CEO AND PRESIDENT, CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORP., McLEAN


With a background in banking and credit, Fairbank started Capital One in 1994. Today, it ranks 99th on the Fortune 500, although it saw a 6% decrease in revenues last year, recording $31.6 billion, while profits fell 51% to $2.7 billion. Capital One has nearly 52,000 employees worldwide. Earlier this year, Capital One was hit with a $390 million federal civil penalty for willfully violating anti-money-laundering policy between 2008 and 2014. Fairbank, who previously was head of banking for a national strategy consulting firm and chaired MasterCard International’s global board, is a billionaire and has not received a base salary since 1997. In June, Fairbank told employees in an email that they could continue working remotely on Mondays and Fridays once the company’s offices reopen in the fall. The company will adopt a flexible hybrid model. Since last spring, the bank started closing branches, a plan hastened by the pandemic. In July on a second-quarter earnings call, Fairbank said customers are paying higher rates on their credit cards this year, accompanied by purchase volume 25% higher than the second quarter of 2019.


ELENA EDWARDS CEO, USA, ALLIANZ PARTNERS, HENRICO COUNTY


With 17 years in the insurance industry, Edwards was promoted last June to lead the German company’s U.S. business. Allianz, which sells travel insurance and provides international medical assistance, employs about 1,000 people in the Richmond area.


Edwards joined Allianz in 2019 as general manager of


the U.S. unit, aſter holding executive roles at Genworth Financial and General Electric companies. The travel industry took a huge hit in 2020 when the pandemic forced people to stay home. However, as restric- tions began to be liſted this spring, Allianz started offering plans with epidemic coverage for COVID-19 or future pan- demics. In May, Edwards won a Top Workplaces leadership award for the Richmond area based on employee surveys conducted anonymously.


Edwards studied mechanical engineering at Union College and earned an advanced degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She is a vice president of the Science Museum of Virginia Foundation board.


ROB FINNEGAN CEO, WEST CREEK FINANCIAL, GLEN ALLEN


Finnegan has been at the helm of the startup financial technology firm since 2017, as it rapidly started to increase its role in consumer leasing.


The company has been rapidly expanding since its founding in 2015. Within five years, it had exceeded $200 million in revenue, had partnered


with more than 10,000 retailers and financed 200,000 customers’ purchases. West Creek uses machine learning and analytics to rate a borrower’s credit worthiness rather than relying solely on credit scores. The company also loans money for outright purchases and lease-to-own arrangements through retailers of furniture, mattresses, appliances and HVACs. Finnegan, one of the co-founders, previously worked for 2nd Order Solutions, a consulting firm that uses data analytics to develop credit models. He also was with Capital One for 17 years, starting at its founding and holding several executive level posts. When he leſt, Finnegan was senior vice president of new account market and decision sciences. Before his career in finance, the University of Virginia alumnus was a systems engineer for Mitre Corp.


MARK A. FRANTZ GENERAL PARTNER AND CO-FOUNDER, BLUE DELTA CAPITAL PARTNERS, McLEAN


Blue Delta Capital is a venture capital fund that invests in federal government clients in the technology sector without taking an own- ership interest. Frantz, who has an extensive background in investment and technology, co-founded the company in 2009. He’s worked with or invested in dozens of companies, including Sourcefire, NetWitness, The Carlyle Group and Blackboard, and served as managing general partner of In-Q-Tel, a venture capital affiliated with the U.S. intelligence community. He also served on the board of CRSA Holdings Inc., which General Dynamics Corp. purchased in 2018 for $9.7 billion, and is currently on the board of ASGN Inc., the parent company of Apex and ECS Federal.


One of Blue Delta’s biggest deals recently was PAE’s $92 million purchase of intelligence analysis firm Metis Solutions in December, aſter the capital firm had begun partnering with Metis in 2016. A graduate of Alleghany College and the University of Pittsburgh, where he earned both an MBA and a law degree, Frantz was associ- ate director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs during President George H.W. Bush’s term.


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