Hawaii's oldest and largest financial institution founded in 1858.
The bank has been headquartered in Honolulu since 1858 and has 57 branches throughout Hawaii, three in Guam, and two in CNMI. Its subsidiaries include First Hawaiian Leasing (commercial equipment and vehicle leasing) and Bishop Street Capital Management Inc. With over 2,100 employees, First Hawaiian Bank is one of the largest employers in the State of Hawaii.
Ranks #1 among all Hawaii's banks
First and foremost a relationship bank
At First Hawaiian Bank we follow a simple relationship strategy. Every personal banking customer with $5,000 or more in deposits and loans is assigned a relationship banker. This individual focuses on serving the customer’s financial needs with professionalism and a sense of caring. The banker’s primary role is to simplify the customer’s life by taking care of all of their needs in one place.
Standard & Poor's
First Hawaiian Bank uninsured CDs:
long-term A-; short-term A-2
First Hawaiian Bank deposits:
long-term Aa3; short-term P-1