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Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Kuioka, Oyadomari and Randall

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Honolulu, Hawaii (October 23, 2008) - Scott Kuioka has been promoted to vice president from assistant vice president.  He continues his duties as a portfolio manager in the Private Client Asset Management department, a role he has held since joining Bank of Hawaii in 2007.  Kuioka is responsible for providing comprehensive portfolio management and analytic tools for individual clients.

Prior to joining Bank of Hawaii, Kuioka was a portfolio manager at Mellon Financial in San Francisco.  He has 10 years of experience in the financial services industry.  He holds a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Northeastern University in Boston and an MBA in finance from the University of San Francisco. 

David Oyadomari has been hired as vice president and Internet banking business manager.  He is responsible for the development and execution of Bank of Hawaii’s Internet and mobile banking channels, including boh.com, mobile.boh.com, e-Bankoh, online bill payment and the company’s intranet.

Prior to joining Bank of Hawaii, Oyadomari was a member of Roberts Hawaii Inc.’s executive management team. He served as a vice president and was responsible for Hawaii sales and marketing including strategy, planning and implementation of e-commerce/web site, and business development.  Oyadomari also oversaw the group services, central reservations and Latin American division.  Prior to that, he was director of marketing and business marketing manager for Sprint Corporation.

Oyadomari graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in economics and philosophy from Claremont McKenna College. He received an MBA in strategic management with concentrations in finance and marketing from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Wanda M. Randall has been promoted to vice president and leader of the investment review team from assistant vice president in the private client asset management group.  Her responsibilities include oversight of investment reviews for both private client asset management and institutional accounts.  Randall joined Bank of Hawaii in 1968, and has served in various roles with the bank, Hawaiian Trust and Pacific Century over the years.