Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Lill and Yuen
January 21st, 2020
E.J. Lill was recently hired as vice president and corporate tax director at Bank of Hawaii in the Controllers department. He oversees the corporate tax function for the bank and its subsidiaries, which includes developing tax strategy, conducting research, defending audits, tax planning, tax accounting, and ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local income, franchise, sales and property tax laws.
Lill has more than 36 years of experience in his field having served with a variety of companies in New Jersey and New York, including Deloitte, Price Waterhouse, RJR Nabisco, Celanese and Covanta before joining Bank of Hawaii. He earned his bachelor of arts degree from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME and his master’s in business administration in finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Lill is the vice president of the Hawaii Chapter of the Tax Executives Institute, a member of the tax division of the American Institute of CPAs, and a member of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Leslie Yuen was recently promoted to vice president and portfolio reporting business architect in the Credit Portfolio Reporting and Analysis department at Bank of Hawaii. She is responsible for internal reporting on asset quality and credit risk to the Board of Directors and executive management while also continuously evaluating processes for efficiencies.
Yuen has nearly 20 years of experience, 15 of those at Bank of Hawaii. Prior to joining the bank in 2005, she worked for Ernst & Young LLP, Chinaka Siu & Co. CPAs and Robert H.Y. Leong & Co. CPAs. Yuen received her bachelor of business administration in accounting and management information systems from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and currently serves as Co-Treasurer for Youth Service Hawaii.
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