Cape Cod 5 recently announced the promotions of several members of its leadership team:
- Chris Richards was promoted to First Executive Vice President;
- Stephanie Dennehy, Chief Marketing Officer, was promoted to Executive Vice President;
- Steve Johannessen, Chief Financial Officer, was promoted to Executive Vice President;
- Vanessa Greene was promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer; and
- Taryn Wilson was promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Crimes Officer.
“Each of these talented individuals has made significant contributions to the bank and represents a strong commitment to excellence in serving our customers and communities each day in their respective roles,” said Matt Burke, CEO of Cape Cod 5. “With their continued leadership, and that of their collective teams, Cape Cod 5 continues to strive for best-in-class service while consistently adapting and enhancing our ability to help our customers meet their financial goals.”
Chris Richards, who previously served as EVP, Chief Banking Services Officer, oversees retail banking, the customer service center, banking operations, treasury management and government banking. He also manages the bank’s payment strategies and relationship management teams.
Stephanie Dennehy, former Chief Marketing Officer, oversees in her new role the bank’s advertising and design, branding, customer communications, public relations, digital marketing and website, event management and financial know-how activities. Since joining the bank in 2016, she has held a number of roles in marketing and previously served as Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer.
Since joining the Bank in 2013, Steve Johannessen has played an instrumental role in leading and developing Cape Cod 5’s Finance, Accounting, and Data and Analytics teams, holding various roles of increasing responsibility, including most recently Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer.
Vanessa Greene will lead bank-wide compliance, risk management and Community Reinvestment Act management in addition to coordinating all regulatory interactions. Since joining the bank in 2011, Vanessa has held roles of increasing responsibility, most recently as Director of Risk and Compliance.
Taryn Wilson, who joined Cape Cod 5 in 2011, is responsible for the oversight and management of the bank’s fraud prevention infrastructure and strategy, helping to educate and protect customers and community members from fraud and scams. She also manages Cape Cod 5’s corporate security.
“We look forward to the ongoing efforts of each of these team members in their expanded roles,” added Burke. “I commend each one of them and all of our employees for their continued dedication and service to Cape Cod 5’s mission of enriching the lives of our customers, communities and employees.”