The HAWAII Bankers association serves as the voice of Hawaii's banks by advocating for a viable and sustainable banking industry through collaboration with legislators, regulators and the local community we serve.

The Hawaii Bankers Association (HBA) membership is open to FDIC insured depository institutions doing business in Hawaii. Current members include banks, thrifts and a depository financial services company.

Hawaii's first bank was established in 1858 and over the many decades Hawaii financial institutions have played an important role in transforming Hawaii's economy by serving the needs of consumers and businesses.

HBA members will continue to offer innovative products/services and loans to consumers and businesses to fuel Hawaii's economic growth.

HBA BSA/AML CONFERENCE: February 7, 8, 2017

The Hawaii Bankers Association (HBA) is pleased to present the 2017 BSA/AML Conference on February 7, 8, 2017. The first day will focus on regulatory compliance responsibilities while the second day will have a law enforcement focus. There will be presenters representing the FDIC, FRB, FinCEN, and others on the first day, and representatives from the US Attorney, State Attorney General, FBI, Department of HomeLand Security, US Postal Service, and many others on the second day. See the Flyer and Agenda for further information and use the RSVP Form to register for this conference.

BSA-AML Conference Flyer
BSA-AML Conference Agenda
BSA-AML Conference RSVP

Hawaii Bankers Association Officers

  • Robert S. Harrison
    President
    Chairman & CEO
    First Hawaiian Bank

  • Peter S. Ho
    Vice President
    Chairman, President, & CEO
    Bank of Hawaii
  • Richard Wacker
    Secretary/Treasurer
    President & CEO
    American Savings Bank
  • Edward Y. W. Pei
    Executive Vice President
    Executive Director/EVP
    Hawaii Bankers Association

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