The Coop Rounds Out Senior Leadership Team

Mark E. Linehan joins The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod as CFO and Treasurer
Mark E. Linehan joins The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer (Coop Bank photo)

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is pleased to welcome Mark E. Linehan as the Bank’s new Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.

With over 35 years of senior management experience in financial services, Linehan has served a variety of roles across accounting, finance, operations, compliance and investments.

“Mark has a proven track record of financial management with community banks,” said Lisa Oliver, President and CEO of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. “His ability to successfully build teams, manage costs and strategically grow assets and revenue makes him well-equipped to step into the position of CFO and round out our senior management team.”

Residing in Cotuit, Linehan served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Bank of Cape Cod for five years during its heavy growth period, prior to it being sold in 2016.  He holds a BA in Economics from Harvard and an MS in Accounting from Northeastern University.

“After spending the last several months commuting off-Cape, I’m thrilled to be local again,” said Linehan. “Community banks understand the needs of the people and businesses they serve, and I’m looking forward to working for an institution that has such a long history of serving Cape Cod and Cape Codders.”

“Our team rose to the occasion during the absence of a CFO,” said Oliver.  “Their effort speaks to our commitment to teamwork and offering challenging career building opportunities to our rising leaders.  Mark will be working with a team of true professionals and together they’ll provide a seamless, collaborative approach to managing the Bank’s finances as we continue to grow.”


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