June 21, 2018 9:12 PM ET

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Company Overview of Bank of Hawaii

Company Overview

Bank of Hawaii, a chartered bank, provides banking products and services to customers in Hawaii. The company offers personal banking products, such as checking and savings accounts, special packages, loans and lines, mortgages, credit and debit cards, online and mobile banking services, individual retirement accounts, and other services. It also offers small business banking products, including checking and savings accounts, special packages, credit and debit cards, loans and leasing services, trade and international solutions, online banking services, and other business services for financing and service needs. In addition, the company offers corporate and commercial banking products and se...

111 South King Street

Honolulu, HI 96813

United States

Founded in 1897

Phone:

888-643-3888

Fax:

808-538-4007

Key Executives for Bank of Hawaii

Chairman, President & CEO
Age: 52
Vice Chair & CFO
Age: 53
Senior Vice President and Operations & Underwriting Manager
Senior Vice President of Private Client Asset Management
Senior Vice President of Business Banking Division's East Market Region
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Bank of Hawaii Key Developments

Bank of Hawaii Signs Deal with SMBC Trust Bank

Bank of Hawaii and SMBC Trust Bank have signed an agreement to collaborate. The firms agreed on May 14, 2018 to provide access to selected private banking services for Japanese clients in Hawaii. The agreement is intended to offer discounted wire transfer services between the two banks and development of products and services to meet the needs of private bank clients such as trust planning, loan, and real estate solutions.

Bank of Hawaii Hires New Vice Presidents

Bank of Hawaii has announced that it has hired new vice presidents. The firm said that Brannon Naito, online and mobile product manager, has been promoted to vice president from assistant vice president. The firm also said that Tyler Siu has been promoted to vice president and cash management sales officer. He is responsible for taking a consultative approach with commercial clients. Sherri Tokuda has been promoted to vice president from assistant vice president in Client Solutions Group Compliance.

Bank of Hawaii Announces Executive Promotions

Bank of Hawaii announced that the following Bank of Hawaii employees have been promoted to vice president. They assist customers in becoming homeowners, overseeing the loan process from origination to closing at their respective loan centers. Jennifer Gershman has been promoted from senior residential lending officer to vice president and executive loan officer at the Downtown Residential Lending Center in Honolulu. She has more than 15 years of banking experience in California and Hawaii, including as branch manager for the BOH Star Market Moiliili and Manoa Branches from 2005 to 2007. Gershman returned to Bank of Hawaii in 2013 after working for five years as a vice president and manager at Citibank's Brentwood, California branch. Calvin Hernandez was promoted to vice president from assistant vice president. He has been the manager of the Guam Residential Loan Center since 2009. Hernandez first joined the bank in 1991, and spent eight years in supervisory positions in Cash Management Services. After four years managing electronic payroll and human resources systems in the Philippines and Guam, Hernandez returned to the bank in 2006 as the manager of Guam Indirect Lending. He is a board member of the Pacific Association of Professional Real Estate Appraisers (PAPREA), and a board member of Habitat for Humanity Guam. Corey Shimabuku, executive loan officer, has been promoted to vice president at the Ala Moana Residential Loan Center from assistant vice president at Kahala Residential Loan Center. He has more than 10 years of local lending experience. Prior to joining the bank, Shimabuku worked as a loan officer at the Honolulu office of Bank of America, and as a senior auditor with a CPA firm for more than five years. Patty Van Kuran has been promoted from assistant vice president to vice president at the Kahala Residential Loan Center. She joined the bank in 2004 in the Human Resources Dept., and has been an executive loan officer since 2007. After spending a year in her hometown of Palo Alto, California as a mortgage advisor with a wealth management company, Van Kuran returned to Bank of Hawaii in 2012.

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