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Area bank promotes official to executive vice president role

Kyle DeCicco holds more than a decade’s worth of banking experience.

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  • | 4:28 p.m. April 19, 2021
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FORT MYERS – Sanibel Captiva Community Bank recently promoted Kyle DeCicco to executive vice president. 

DeCicco, with experience on the executive management team, will lead the bank’s lending programs and focus on strategic priorities. He also will lead efforts in administering the Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program. DeCicco has extensive banking experience that stretches over a decade, specializing in commercial real estate and lending, credit analysis, portfolio management of performing and nonperforming loans, and management of FDIC insured loss-share assets, according to a statement.

The new executive vice president joined the bank in 2016 as the vice president and commercial loan officer. He recently graduated from Florida Bankers Association – Florida School of Banking and holds a bachelor’s in business administration from Florida Atlantic University, the statement adds. Currently, DeCicco is enrolled in the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. 

DeCicco serves as a board member for The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools and is a member of the foundation’s Grant Selection Committee, the release states. He's also a Captain-level Keel Club member of the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades and Okeechobee Counties. 

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank provides customized individual and business banking services for customers while also catering to residential and commercial lending needs. More than 40% of the bank’s 100 employees are shareholders in the company that operates in Sanibel Island and Lee County. It was recently recognized by S&P Global Market Intelligence for being in the top 2% of best performing community banks.


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