First Hawaiian Bank Locations

98-1071 Moanalua Road Aiea, HI (808) 487-0200

4469 Waialo Road Eleele, HI (808) 335-3161

91-919 Fort Weaver Road Ewa Beach, HI (808) 671-7006

66-135 Kamehameha Highway Haleiwa, HI (808) 637-5034

120 Waianuenue Avenue Hilo, HI (808) 969-2222

1205 Kilauea Avenue Hilo, HI (808) 969-2211

74 Palani Street, Hilo, HI (808) 329-2461

45-3538 Mamane Street Honokaa, HI (808) 775-7276

1000 Mapunapuna Street Honolulu, HI (808) 841-7629

1111 S Beretania Street Honolulu, HI (808) 528-8155

120 Sand Island Access Road Honolulu, HI (808) 842-5793

1348 Hunakai Street Honolulu, HI (808) 943-4700

1420 Liliha Street Honolulu, HI (808) 537-9927

1580 Kapiolani Boulevard Honolulu, HI (808) 943-4437

2 North King Street Honolulu, HI (808) 525-6888

2181 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI (808) 943-4670

2250 North King Street Honolulu, HI (808) 525-8792

2339 Kamehameha Hwy Honolulu, HI (808) 844-3174

2411 South King Street Honolulu, HI (808) 525-7841

250 Ward Avenue Honolulu, HI (808) 593-0060

2752 Woodlawn Drive Honolulu, HI (808) 973-6481

30 Hickam Court Honolulu, HI (808) 422-2781

3599 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, HI (808) 943-4570

433 Kapahulu Avenue Honolulu, HI (808) 943-4606

438 Hobron Lane Honolulu, HI (808) 973-6463

445 North King Street Honolulu, HI (808) 525-8860

7110 Kalanianaole Highway Honolulu, HI (808) 373-8821

820 West Hind Drive Honolulu, HI (808) 373-2171

888 Kapahulu Avenue Honolulu, HI (808) 738-4626

999 Bishop Street Honolulu, HI (808) 525-6340

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ABOUT First Hawaiian Bank:

First Hawaiian Bank is a regional commercial bank headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii at the First Hawaiian Center. It is a subsidiary of BancWest Corporation, which itself is a subsidiary of the French banking company, BNP Paribas. Founded in 1858, First Hawaiian is the oldest and largest (by deposits) bank in the State of Hawaii, and claims to be the second oldest bank west of the Rockies.

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ONLINE BANKING:https://www.fhb.com/


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