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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Weathering the storm, together.

Economic Impact Payments

What you need to know and how to check for your payment.

We’re here to help

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to affect Hawaii, and the world, many in our local community are experiencing financial hardship. Bank of Hawaii is committed to helping both individuals and businesses.

To assist you in keeping track of the various restrictions and orders due to COVID-19, we’ve created a guide to help you. Click here.

Business Customer

We know you are busy not only managing your business, but also concerned about your employees during this difficult time. Bank of Hawaii is here to help your business.

  • Paycheck Protection Program
  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security - CARES Act

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Individual Customer

The emergency loan forbearance and extension program ends, effective December 15, 2020.

If you need assistance with your mortgage or home equity line of credit, please call us at:

If you need assistance with your personal loan or auto loan, please call us at:

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Availability of Banking Services

Our branches are open.

We have 43 branches open and available for your in-branch banking needs. We’re also reserving the first hour of the day to serve our kūpuna (65 years and older) and those at-risk, as well as their caregivers or family members.

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Your deposits are federally insured at Bank of Hawaii

Economic Impact Payments

What you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to your COVID-19 related questions

Remote Banking Options

Get access to banking services 24/7

Financial Tips & Security

Getting safely prepared for remote banking

How to be Financially Ready for the Unexpected

No matter who you are, life has a way of surprising with the unexpected. While you can’t always prevent unfortunate (and expensive) incidents from occurring, there are a few common-sense steps you can take to protect yourself ahead of time. Should a disaster happen, the right plans can help to shrink financial burdens and minimize the disruption to your life.

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Bank of Hawaii News

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