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Bank of Hawaii, hit by unrealized bond losses, eyes capital raise

American Banker

The Honolulu bank is raising $165 million through depositary shares, a move that two observers said would help boost its below-average leverage ratio.

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ICBA Live Showcases the Community Banking Difference

William Mills

Thousands of community bankers and fintechs converged in Honolulu over the weekend of March 12, when the stability of our nation’s financial markets was being challenged (yet again). ICBA LIVE could not have been timed better.

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Toyota Brings Car Sharing To Hawaii

PYMNTS

Toyota has announced that it is offering a car share service for residents and visitors in Honolulu, Hawaii. And thanks to Servco’s strong relationships with consumers and extensive knowledge of this market, Hui will be the most accessible car share service in Honolulu by far.”.

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Uber Connect Expands For Holiday Package Delivery

PYMNTS

locations recently added for Uber Connect include Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Charleston, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Connecticut, Detroit, Fort Myers-Naples, Hampton Roads, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, Minneapolis-St.

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Former CEO of Aloha Pacific FCU dies

American Banker

Wallace Watanabe spent more than 40 years at the Honolulu-based credit union, including serving as CEO from 1992 until his retirement in 2013.

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Rebeca Romero Rainey: Authentic connection

Independent Banker

Where I’ll be this month I’ll be connecting with community bankers from around the country at ICBA LIVE in Honolulu, Hawaii, from March 12–16. By extension, these promotional efforts assume a natural role in a community bank’s journey, just enhancing what are already mission-critical initiatives. I hope to see you there!

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Rebeca Romero Rainey: Our banking family

Independent Banker

The Hawaiian word for family is ‘ohana, and as we prepare to head to Honolulu for ICBA LIVE next month, I’m struck by how much that word describes this community. We are a family of community bankers, supporting one another and our communities through our shared mission, vision and values.