Bank of Hawaii is the state’s first federally insured bank, and the country’s fifth-largest.
It’s the only federally insured, bank that offers both a personal and business account.
Bank of Hawaiʻi is in Hawaiʼi, not Washington, D.C. or Florida.
The state has the fourth-largest banking market in the country, and Hawaii’s credit market is among the best in the nation.
In the last 10 years, the company has grown by 4.4%, according to a study by Bank of America.
The company has about 1,600 branches in the United States, according to its website.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection said in 2013 that Bank of Hawaiian’s assets under management had reached $3.1 trillion.
Bank customers in Hawaii are eligible for $500 annual home mortgage insurance and a federal mortgage insurance tax credit of $2,500.
The Hawaiian Banking Association says that more than 75% of the company’s customers are Americans and more than 70% are women.
The bank has more than $2.5 trillion in assets and about 3,200 branches across the United