Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Naito, Siu, Tokuda
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
HONOLULU, HAWAII –
Brannon Naito, online and mobile product manager, was promoted to vice president from assistant vice president in the Digital Channels area. He oversees the strategic direction of the online and mobile banking experience, working with various stakeholders to ensure feature enhancements, changes and updates align with the bank’s strategic goals. He works with his team to improve engagement and adoption of digital services, and ensure the online and mobile experience is frictionless and convenient for customers.
Naito joined Bank of Hawaii in 2010 as a bank associate, and has since held positions as an assistant branch manager, branch manager, and finance and administration manager with the ATM Department. He has a MBA from University of Hawaii at Manoa and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Occidental College.
Tyler Siu has been promoted to vice president and cash management sales officer in Cash Management Solutions from assistant vice president. He is responsible for taking a consultative approach with commercial clients to provide them with cash management solutions to help maximize efficiencies, streamline operations and increase revenues.
Siu has more than 21 years of experience at the bank, much of it in sales and marketing. He first joined Bank of Hawaii in 1996 as an electronic funds transfer analyst and worked in progressively more responsible positions over the years. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Marketing at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Sherri Tokuda has been promoted to vice president from assistant vice president in Client Solutions Group Compliance. She continues her responsibilities as a compliance officer, partnering with business units across the bank to give them operational risk guidance while ensuring they fully comply with the rules and regulations that apply to their area.
Tokuda first joined the bank in 1987 as a relief teller for the West Oahu Region. She has a wide range of skills and abilities gained from her many years of experience, with 15 years within branch and compliance areas and another 15 years in the bank’s Information Technology Management area.