Bank of Hawaii to Receive 2012 National Community Service Leadership Award
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
HONOLULU, HI – For the third straight year the Financial Services Roundtable has recognized Bank of Hawaii’s commitment to volunteerism, community service and financial literacy with its national Community Service Leadership Award.
The awards will be presented during the 2013 Community Service Honorary Congressional Host Committee reception on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, June 26.
Peter Ho, Bank of Hawaii chairman, president and CEO, said, “This recognition is a testament to the culture of community giving that is embedded in Bank of Hawaii. I am proud of our employees’ commitment to giving back, generosity and spirit of volunteerism.”
Organizations were judged on the following criteria:
- Percentage of employee volunteers and the number of volunteer projects in 2012.
- Involvement in financial education initiatives, curriculums, conferences and other projects.
- Total monies raised/donated for community service and financial literacy, including company match programs.
- Executive involvement in community service and financial literacy initiatives.
Bank of Hawaii is one of 23 awardees nationwide, and is the only Hawaii bank to be included in the awards. The awards are open to all member companies.
About The Financial Services Roundtable
The Financial Services Roundtable represents 100 integrated financial service companies in the U.S. providing banking, insurance and investment products and services to the American consumer. For more information visit www.fsround.org.