Business Banking

Loan Products

Commercial Lending Team

Mark Sexton


Mark Sexton serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of the Bank of Cape Cod. His 30 years of banking experience include expertise in originating new commercial loan and lease business. Prior to joining the Bank, Mark was a Vice President of Lending at The First National Bank of Boston and its successor, Fleet Bank, as well as at Eastern Bank and General Electric Capital Corporation.  Mark is a life-long resident of Cape Cod and resides in Hyannis with his wife.  Mark is involved in a number of local organizations, including serving on the Executive Committee and as treasurer of the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District, and previously as Commodore of the Hyannis Yacht Club. Mark is also a board member of Coastal Community Capital.

He joined the Bank as part of the original management team in 2006 and has been instrumental in the Bank's growth and success.

You can reach Mark by phone directly at 508-568-2303, or by email, just click on the box below.

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Charles A. DeSimone



Charles A. DeSimone is Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending at Bank of Cape Cod. Charlie's successful lending efforts have been a key component to the growth of the Bank's commercial lending portfolio over the past several years. His expertise and success lending to businesses throughout Cape Cod demonstrate his knowledge of the local market, his integrity and his outstanding relationships with clients. Charlie is highly experienced in community banking and is dedicated to providing the highest level of personal service to his clients. Charlie and his family have been on Cape for many years. He resides in Dennis with his wife and two children.

You can reach Charlie by phone directly at 508-568-2328, or by email, just click on the box below.

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