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Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Doyle, Loo, Tokunaga and Yani

HONOLULU, HAWAII

May 29th, 2020

Michael Doyle was recently promoted to vice president and relationship manager from assistant vice president and credit support officer in the Private Banking Group at Bank of Hawaii. He assists high net worth individuals with banking and investment solutions for both personal and business needs.

Doyle has 10 years of banking experience, having worked as a financial advisor for Morgan Stanley before joining Bank of Hawaii eight years ago. He earned his bachelor of science degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, and serves as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance volunteer, which provides free tax return preparation services for low to moderate income families.

Lauren Loo was recently hired as vice president and commercial credit underwriter in the Commercial Credit Group at Bank of Hawaii. She is responsible for evaluating financial and other risks associated with lending to business clients, and assesses historical and projected financial statements, industry and general economic conditions, as well as strategies to recommend loan structure and credit decisions.

Loo has nearly 10 years of banking experience having worked in a variety of roles with another local bank prior to joining Bank of Hawaii. She earned both her bachelor's degree in Japanese and her bachelor of business administration in finance and international business from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. While a student at the University, Loo also served as an undergraduate teaching assistant and an on-line learning assistant in the Information and Computer Sciences Department.

Johanna Tokunaga rejoined Bank of Hawaii as vice president and relationship manager in the Private Banking Group. Before returning to the bank, she spent 16 years in San Francisco and Los Angeles working for a large global investments company specializing in public finance. Most recently, Tokunaga served as a senior client service manager administering trusteeships for municipalities, healthcare, education, utility and multi-family housing projects in California and Hawaii. Prior to her work in California, she held a variety of positions with Bank of Hawaii for 17 years.

Tokunaga earned her bachelor of science degree in managerial economics with a minor in music from the University of California at Davis, and her master of business administration with a concentration in international business from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She currently serves as a Shidler College of Business Alumni Ambassador and a University of Hawai‘i Alumni Association volunteer.

Mike Yani was promoted to vice president from assistant vice president in the Corporate Real Estate and Facilities department at Bank of Hawaii. As a senior real estate asset manager, he is responsible for managing the bank’s owned and leased commercial real estate assets throughout the state of Hawaii, Guam, Saipan and Palau. Yani and his team also manage all leasing activity for the bank’s various properties, and work with Bank of Hawaii’s project management and engineering teams on all branch transformation projects.

Since joining the bank in 2016, Yani has held various roles, including property manager and asset manager. He previously worked as a commercial real estate broker and was a professional tennis player for 10 years with the Association of Tennis Professionals. Yani earned his bachelor’s in sociology and history from Duke University, and is an active board member with Navian Hawaii (formerly Hospice Hawaii), Boys and Girls Club Alliance Board and United States Tennis Association Hawaii Pacific Section.

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