Financial Assistance

“We know our local community is already feeling the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak,” said Peter Ho, chairman, CEO and president of Bank of Hawaii. “This is an unprecedented situation, and by offering these financial assistance programs as quickly as possible, we hope it eases some of the financial stress and burden our customers may face.”

For businesses seeking assistance and relief program information, please visit our Business Assistance page.

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:

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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