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First Hawaiian to Open a New Trust Company: Becomes the First Bank on Guam to Offer Trust Services
(Hagåtña, Guam, June 23, 2011) – First Hawaiian will become the first bank on Guam to offer personal trust services to its customers with the opening of a new trust company. FHB Guam Trust Co. will offer personal trust services and estate plan administration, according to announcement made today by Ray Ono, First Hawaiian Bank’s vice chairman & chief banking officer.
FHB Guam Trust Co. will open for business on Monday, June 27, 2011. The new trust services will complement an existing line of wealth management services including preparing wealth plans, providing personal and business insurance as well as investment management. The new trust office will be located at 645 South Marine Corps Drive next to the bank’s Tamuning Branch. All three of the bank’s branches on Guam can refer customers to professionals who can provide trust services. For more information on First Hawaiian’s new trust services, call 649-WILL (9455).
“Our trust services will offer an interdisciplinary team of experienced professionals who will work together to serve as our clients’ trusted advisor,” said Laura Dacanay, Senior Vice President and Guam/CNMI Region Manager and vice chairwoman of the new FHB Guam Trust Co. “Together the team will develop and execute a comprehensive financial plan focused on preserving and growing our clients’ assets in accordance with their goals and values.”
First Hawaiian Bank (fhb.com) with assets of $15.2 billion was founded in Hawaii in 1858 and is the leading bank in Guam with the largest share of loans and deposits in the region. The bank has three branches on Guam and two branches on Saipan. First Hawaiian has been providing its customers with Service, Solutions and Security for over 40 years in Micronesia.