Investor Relations

Corporate Governance - Board of Directors

Bank of Hawaii Corporation and Bank of Hawaii

  • S. Haunani Apoliona
    S. Haunani Apoliona

    Trustee, former Chairperson, Office of Hawaiian Affairs (entity established by the Constitution of the State of Hawaii to improve the conditions and protect the entitlements of Native Hawaiians.

  • Mary G. F. Bitterman
    Mary G. F. Bitterman

    President and Director of the Bernard Osher Foundation (a philanthropic organization that supports higher education and the arts).

  • Mark A. Burak
    Mark A. Burak

    Retired. Formerly an independent consultant providing planning and business performance evaluation advisory services since 2001; Retired Executive Vice President of Bank of America.

  • Michael J. Chun
    Michael J. Chun

    Retired. Formerly President and Headmaster of Kamehameha Schools (a college preparatory school serving children of Hawaiian ancestry).

  • Clinton R. Churchill
    Clinton R. Churchill

    Trustee, The Estate of James Campbell (an organization administering the assets held in trust under the Will of James Campbell) since 1992 (Chairman 1998, 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012).

  • Peter S. Ho
    Peter S. Ho

    Peter S. Ho is Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Bank of Hawaii. Mr. Ho was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer on July 30, 2010. He was appointed to the parent company’s board, Bank of Hawaii Corporation, in April 2009. He has served as President since April 2008 and been a member of the bank’s board since December 2005.

    Mr. Ho joined the bank in 1993 as an Assistant Vice President in the National Banking Division. He was promoted to Senior Vice President in charge of corporate banking in 1999. In 2001, he was promoted to Executive Vice President responsible for corporate banking and commercial real estate lending. In 2003, Mr. Ho was promoted to Group Executive Vice President in charge of the bank’s Hawaii Commercial Banking Group and was made a member of the company’s Managing Committee. In 2004, Mr. Ho was promoted to Vice Chairman responsible for the bank’s Investment Services Group. In 2006, Mr. Ho was promoted to Chief Banking Officer, responsible for both the commercial and investment services areas of the bank. In 2007, Mr. Ho added responsibility for the organization’s retail banking businesses. He was appointed President in April 2008.

    Mr. Ho began his banking career in New York City in 1987. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and an MBA from the University of Southern California, where he was the 1992 First Interstate Bank Fellow. He is also a 2008 graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. A native of Honolulu, Mr. Ho serves on the boards of various charitable and community organizations in Hawaii. Mr. Ho also serves as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. In 2012 Mr. Ho was recognized as Hawaii’s distinguished citizen by the Aloha Council of the Boy Scouts of America. In 2010, Mr. Ho was named chairman of the APEC 2011 Hawai‘i Host Committee, a public-private entity comprised of private sector, labor and elected leaders created to support Hawaii, the country and President Obama’s hosting of APEC Leaders Week in November 2011. He was also named Young Business Person of the Year by Pacific Business News in 2003 and was a 1998 Pacific Century Fellow.

  • Robert Huret
    Robert Huret

    Managing Member of FTV Management Company, L.P. (a private equity capital management company) and FTV Capital (a multi-stage private equity firm) Chairman of Huret, Rothenberg & Co. (a private investment firm).

    Mr. Huret is Vice Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee.

  • Kent T. Lucien
    Kent T. Lucien

    Mr. Lucien has served as Chief Financial Officer and Vice Chairman since April 2008. He continues to serve on the Boards of Bank of Hawaii Corporation and its primary subsidiary, Bank of Hawaii to which he was elected in April 2006. In his role as Chief Financial Officer, he has overall responsibility for the bank’s financial areas including treasury, accounting and tax. Additionally, he has responsibility for facilities management and is a member of the Managing Committee.

    Mr. Lucien previously served as CEO Operations and CFO for C. Brewer & Co. Ltd. He had been with C. Brewer; a Hawaii-based diversified enterprise with business operations in agriculture, food processing, industrial services and real estate, since 1980 and held several management positions including executive vice president and chief financial officer just prior to his appointment as CEO Operations in 2001. Mr. Lucien was named a member of the joint Bank of Hawaii Corporation/Bank of Hawaii Audit Committee in April 2006 and served as chairman from April 2007 to April 2008. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

  • Victor K. Nichols
    Victor K. Nichols
    Chief Executive Officer of Valassis, a marketing media company.
  • Barbara J. Tanabe
    Barbara J. Tanabe

    Owner, Ho’akea Communications, LLC ( a public affairs company).

  • Raymond P. Vara, Jr.
    Raymond P. Vara, Jr.

    President and Chief Executive Officer of Hawaii Pacific Health.

  • Robert W. Wo
    Robert W. Wo

    Owner and Director, C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. (a furniture retailer).

  • Alicia E. Moy
    Alicia E. Moy

    Alicia is president and chief executive officer of Hawai‘i Gas, which was established in 1904 as the state’s only government-franchised, full-service gas company.

Bank of Hawaii

  • Alton T. Kuioka
    Alton T. Kuioka

    Alton Kuioka is currently Vice Chairman, Client Relations and a Director of the Bank of Hawaii. He was previously Head of Commercial Banking since April 2001. He was appointed Vice Chairman and a member of the Managing Committee in July 1994. Mr. Kuioka joined the company in 1969 as a management trainee. His lengthy career with the bank has included responsibility for consumer and commercial banking as well as service and operational areas. Born in Honolulu, Mr. Kuioka holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Hawaii. He is a graduate of the Mortgage Banking School in Chicago, the Advanced Management Program of the University of Hawaii, and the Advanced Management Program of Harvard Business School.

  • Donna A. Tanoue
    Donna A. Tanoue

    Donna Tanoue joined the company and was appointed Vice Chairman and a member of the Managing Committee in April 2002. She is also President of Bank of Hawaii Foundation and a Director on the Bank of Hawaii Board of Directors to which she was elected in October 2001. As Vice Chairman, Ms. Tanoue has responsibility for client relations and community activities, areas of major emphasis under the Bank’s new business plan.

    Ms. Tanoue is the past Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in Washington, D.C. As FDIC Chairman from May 1998 to July 2001, she was responsible for the federal regulatory agency that supervises more than 5,000 banks and insures more than $3 trillion in bank and savings and loan deposits. Prior to becoming FDIC Chairman, Ms. Tanoue was a partner in the Hawaii law firm of Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel, which she joined in 1987. She concentrated her practice in the areas of bank regulation, real estate finance and governmental affairs. From 1983 to 1987, Ms. Tanoue served as Commissioner of Financial Institutions for the State of Hawaii.

    Ms. Tanoue received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Hawaii and a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center.