Save time and the environment. Receive your First Hawaiian Bank account statements electronically.
Access statements online
eStatements are available for checking, money market checking, Priority Banking, Combined Statement, Savings (non-IRA),credit card and mortgage accounts.
You must have a FHB Online® account to access eStatements.[[#1]]
- Faster delivery of statements
No need to wait for the mail. You will receive an email each time a new statement is available.
- Secure electronic delivery
Safer than paper statements in your mailbox that could be lost or stolen.
eStatements are the green choice and help reduce the use of paper.
- Access to historical statements
Historical statements are available upon enrollment for easy download, storage, and archiving.
How to enable eStatements
- Log in to FHB Online
- Click on "Statements" then select "Delivery Preferences"
- View a sample PDF and enter the requested Verification Code
- Select your delivery preference for each eligible account
Ready to get started?
Enrolling in online banking is easy and takes just a few minutes.
Yes you can enable eStatements through FHB Online Banking when you open a new checking, money market checking, Savings (non-IRA), credit card or mortgage account.
Once logged in to FHB Online, click on "Statements" then select "View Statements". Select the account and the month of the statement you would like to view, then click the "View and print document" button. We also recommend that you disable any pop-up blocking software enabled on your web browser.
Yes. Each time a new statement is available, you will be sent an email notification to the email address in your Online Banking profile. Should your email address change, please update your information within the "Settings" section of FHB Online.
Log in to FHB Online Banking, then click “Statements” on the main navigation. Click the ‘Delivery Preferences’ link then select the appropriate delivery preference for each of your accounts. Please note a $5 monthly fee will be assessed if you choose to receive both paper and electronic statements for your checking or savings account.
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