Company Overview of First Hawaiian Bank
First Hawaiian Bank provides personal, private, and business banking services in Hawaii, Guam, and Saipan. Its products and services include checking accounts, savings accounts, individual retirement accounts, certificates of deposit, and credit cards; cash management, foreign exchange, insurance, investment, trust, wealth management, and retirement planning services; home equity lines of credit, personal loans, automobile financing, equipment leasing, business loans, small business administration loans, and mortgages; and mobile banking, money transfer, online banking, safe deposit box, and student banking services. The company was founded in 1858 and is headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii. F...
999 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Founded in 1858
Key Executives for First Hawaiian Bank
Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer
Vice President and Deputy Corporate Compliance Office of Corporate Compliance Division
Vice Chairman and Chief Lending Officer of Corporate Banking
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
First Hawaiian Bank Key Developments
First Hawaiian Bank Wins $1,665,820 Federal Contract for Leasing or Rental Services
Nov 20 13
Public Buildings Service (PBS) (General Services Administration), San Diego Service Center, San Diego Office (9PDE), has awarded a $1,665,820.00 federal contract on Nov. 2 for leasing or rental services to First Hawaiian Bank.
First Hawaiian Bank to Open New Hilo Branch at Prince Kuhio Plaza
Oct 23 13
First Hawaiian Bank plans to open a new branch in the Prince Kuhio Plaza in Hilo on the Big Island, which will replace the smaller branch on Waianuenue Avenue. The new branch will be located at 111 East Puainako St., Building F, in the retail location formerly occupied by Blockbuster Video. Renovations will begin in early 2014, and are expected to be completed by the fall. When the new branch opens, First Hawaiian Bank's branch located at 120 Waianuenue Ave. in Hilo will close. All safe deposit boxes will be transferred to the new branch, and many of the existing employees will transfer, as well. First Hawaiian Bank said that no employees will lose their job as a result of the branch closure. The 6,000 square-foot branch is twice the size of the existing 2,520 square foot branch and will have more parking available. The new branch will also have a 24-hour full-service ATM.
First Hawaiian Bank Announces Retirement Brandt Farias as Executive Vice President of Marketing, Product Development and Communications
Oct 18 13
Brandt Farias, First Hawaiian Bank's executive vice president of marketing, product development and communications, is retiring from the bank after 28 years. Farias' retirement is effective November 1, 2013, but he has already left the bank with paid time off.
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