The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has appointed Erik Atkinson and Joshua Regan to the position of Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager – Small Business Specialist. Sarah Swift, former manager of the Falmouth and North Falmouth locations, has been promoted to the newly created role of Retail Administration Manager, where she will be responsible for creating cross-functional teams and efficiencies to support daily operations of the bank’s retail banking business at nine branch locations.
Erik will assume management of the Falmouth and North Falmouth branches, while Josh will lead the bank’s Yarmouth Port branch. In their new roles, Erik and Josh will develop and lead their branch teams to exceed customer expectations by delivering an advanced suite of banking services and products. They will also focus on developing relationship strategies and partnerships with local organizations with a strong focus on community outreach and small business banking.
Erik, of Mashpee, has more than 15 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry, with additional experience in the insurance and government contract sectors.
Josh, a Wareham resident, has nearly a decade of experience in the banking industry, most recently serving as a branch manager. Regan also has helped students in their college journey, and has frequently spoken at community events regarding topics related to financial aid and the college application process.
“Erik Atkinson and Joshua Regan are stellar additions to our team, and Sarah continues to provide exemplary leadership and retail banking expertise that has become a hallmark of our bank,” said Lisa Oliver, Chair, President and CEO of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. “Erik and Josh have extensive and successful branch leadership experience and are dedicated to providing superior customer service and maintaining strong relationships with community-based organizations and nonprofits. I also offer congratulations to Sarah Swift, who has been with us for seven years in roles of increasing responsibility.”