Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Miyago and Tokito

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Honolulu -Norio Miyago has joined Bank of Hawaii as vice president and corporate banking officer in the West Pacific Corporate Banking Department. He is responsible for managing and growing the portfolios of Japanese corporate clients.

Prior to joining the bank, Miyago was a vice president and branch manager in retail and business banking at California Bank & Trust. Miyago holds a bachelor of business administration degree in business management from Texas Christian University. He was previously the board treasurer for San Mateo Nippon Gakuyen, and was a member of Hakone Foundation. Miyago holds the General Securities Representative, Series 7 & 63 licenses.

Mark Tokito has been promoted from vice president and corporate banking officer in the West Pacific Corporate Banking Department to vice president and manager in the West Pacific Corporate Banking Department. He is responsible for supervising relationship officers who manage relationships with corporate clients.

Tokito started at the bank in 1985 as a management trainee, and re-joined the bank in 2006 as a corporate banking officer. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree in finance from the University of Hawaii. Tokito is president elect of the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay.