First Hawaiian Bank Announces Vice President Promotions

(Honolulu, Hawaii, November 8, 2011 – First Hawaiian Bank Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Don Horner today announced the promotion of the following bank officers:

  • Martha L. Camacho was promoted from vice president and area manager to vice president and deputy manager, Residential Real Estate Division. Camacho manages the bank’s residential credit center and serves as deputy manger for the division. She joined the bank in 1986 as a loan representative in the Maite Branch on Guam and later joined the Main Banking Center in Honolulu as a vice president and business banking officer. She was more recently the vice president and area manager at the bank’s Wahiawa Branch. She holds a degree in Business Management from the University of Guam and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School in Seattle, Washington.

  • Aaron J. Young has been promoted from commercial real estate appraiser to vice president and chief appraiser, Appraisal Department. Young oversees the commercial and residential real estate appraisal needs for the bank. He has over 27 years of appraisal industry experience and joined First Hawaiian Bank in 1986 as a real estate appraiser. He has a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology from California State Los Angeles and holds the Appraisal Institute MAI and SRA designations.

First Hawaiian Bank ( with assets of $15.4 billion was founded in 1858 and is Hawaii’s oldest and largest bank offering its customers Service, Solutions and Security. The bank has 58 branches in Hawaii, three on Guam and two on Saipan.

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