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Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Ahlo-Pinera, Chisick and Quan

Monday, October 21, 2013

HONOLULU, HI – Melvon Ahlo-Pinera has been promoted from assistant vice president and loan operations assistant manager to vice president and consumer recovery manager in the Customer Loan Management Services Department. She is responsible for administering and collecting consumer loans, auditing requirements for collection agencies and attorneys and ensuring the business unit adheres to compliance requirements.

Ahlo-Pinera joined the bank in 1983 as a mail clerk, and has more than 20 years of loan experience.

Michael “Mike” Chisick, wealth advisor, has been promoted from assistant vice president to vice president in the Private Wealth Department. He continues to be responsible for assisting with all phases of personal finance, including wealth accumulation, preservation and distribution. Chisick provides families and individuals with estate and financial planning, investment management, banking and lending, and estate settlement services.

Prior to joining the bank in 2011, Chisick spent more than 10 years working at financial institutions in Japan, including Nomura Securities and UBS Securities. He also founded WEC Co, Ltd, an educational consulting company, in Japan. Chisick graduated from Union College with a bachelor’s degree in East Asian Studies and Japanese, and from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a master of business administration degree in finance.

Edwin “Eddie” G. Quan has been promoted from assistant vice president and trust officer to vice president and senior trust officer in the Institutional Client Services – West Pacific Region. He is responsible for overseeing investments and retirement plans for governments, corporations, nonprofits and unions for Hawaii and the West Pacific region.

With nearly five years as a financial advisor in Honolulu, Quan began his career at Bank of Hawaii in 2010 as a trust officer. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics in 2001 and is a decorated combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Quan also holds a Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) designation.