Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Choo, Nakama and Togami
Thursday, January 24, 2013
HONOLULU, HI – Ann I. Choo has been promoted from assistant vice president and collection unit manager to vice president and Recovery Department manager in the Consumer Collections Department. She is responsible for managing the daily operations of collections and recovery for consumer and business banking products.
Choo joined the bank in 1995 as a loan recovery specialist.
Lisa H. Nakama has been promoted from assistant vice president and segment finance officer to vice president and segment finance officer in the Management Reporting Department. She is responsible for working with the retail banking managers and internal partners to generate accurate and timely financial and economic performance reports and analyses to aid in management understanding and decision making.
Nakama joined the bank in 2000 as a credit analyst trainee. She holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton University. Nakama also obtained her master of arts degree in economics from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She is the secretary for Ginoza Sonjin Kai (Okinawan club).
Craig K. Togami has joined Bank of Hawaii as vice president and market planning and research manager. He is responsible for providing strategic insight to the bank about its customers, employees and markets through the use of market research and data analytics; overseeing market planning strategies and activities; and managing the direct marketing and sales tracking functions of the bank.
Prior to joining the bank, Togami was vice president of client service at QMark Research. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing and management from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Togami also attended the University of Washington, Pacific Coast Banking School.