Four First Hawaiian Bank Executives Graduate from Pacific Coast Banking School

 (Honolulu, Hawaii, October 20, 2011) –Four First Hawaiian Bank executives have graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School (PCBS), according to an announcement by Don Horner, First Hawaiian Bank’s chairman and chief executive officer. The First Hawaiian Bank executives include: Gina Anonuevo, executive vice president and chief compliance officer, Corporate Compliance Division, Martha Camacho, vice president and deputy manager, Residential Real Estate Division, Peter Valdez, vice president and Tamuning Branch manager, and Lisa Tomihama, vice president and business banking officer, Main Banking Region.

Additionally, Tomihama was honored with a special citation for completing an outstanding management thesis. This year’s graduating class consisted of 122 banking executives representing a diverse mix of financial institutions from 21 states.

For 73 years, the Pacific Coast Banking School has partnered with the University of Washington, Graduate School of Business to provide three-year graduate-level program of leadership and financial management education to over 10,000 members of the financial services community. Graduates attend a two-week resident session in August on the University of Washington campus, and complete six rigorous inter-session written extension assignments, including an original management report.

First Hawaiian Bank ( with assets of some $15 billion was founded in 1858 and is Hawaii’s oldest and largest bank. It operates 58 branches in Hawaii, three on Guam and two on Saipan.


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