Hawaii, U.S. Mainland and Canada
Guam and Saipan
In American Samoa
An external transfer is a way for you to transfer money to your Bank of Hawaii account from your deposit account at another financial institution.
Consumers in the State of Hawaii and American Samoa are eligible. You must be enrolled in e-Bankoh Online Banking.
To begin using External Transfers, sign in to e-Bankoh.
On the "Add an External Account" page, tell us about the other external account and click "Submit." A confirmation page will display.
There is no fee for transfers initiated from an external deposit account to you Bank of Hawaii deposit account(s). Subject to change.
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You can use checking and savings accounts on which you are an individual or joint account holder.
Recurring transfers are funds transfers to an account you have with our financial institution and from an account with another financial institution that you want to repeat at regular intervals.
Go to the Scheduled External Transfers page. If the transfer is listed on this page, it can be changed. Just click "Edit" for the transfer you want to change.
Check the Account Activity page the business day after the external transfer was scheduled to be processed. You can access the Account Activity page by clicking the Account Activity menu item on the Accounts menu.
The Add an External Transfer Account page is used to add an account you have with another financial institution to our records. Once an external account is added, you can use it to transfer funds to an account you have with us.
No, External Transfers can only be sent to your account(s) at Bank of Hawaii. Please contact us at 888-643-3888 for options on how to send money to your accounts at other Financial Institutions.
The funds are credited to your account on the next business day and will be available after 4-business days.