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We stand for our community.

Central Pacific Bank was founded in 1954 by a small group of WWII veterans. Our mission was to help local families and small businesses who had been ignored by the banking establishment. Ever since, we’ve stood for inclusivity, opportunity, and doing the right thing.

We believe a rising tide lifts all boats. We commit to the financial health of our customers so that, together, we can build a stronger Hawaii.

Our values are more than just lofty words. They’re embedded in our DNA.

Voyaging Spirit

Our vision, determination and perseverance brought us into the world. These same qualities will push us forward.

Positively Ohana

We were founded by the community for the community. We've always seen our customers as members of our extended family.

Voyaging Spirit

Our vision, determination and perseverance brought us into the world. These same qualities will push us forward.

Positively Ohana

We were founded by the community for the community. We've always seen our customers as members of our extended family.

Message from the Chairman and the President

In July 2019, we announced RISE2020, a $40 million commitment to staying at the forefront of the changing needs of our customers, creating meaningful opportunities for our employees and elevating our relevance in the communities we serve. RISE2020 is a multi-faceted initiative designed to strengthen Central Pacific Bank by investing in digital banking, ATM network, branch transformation, and operational excellence.

We are making the necessary investments to take even better care of our customers. Our commitment to change drives our mission of making a positive difference in people’s lives – beyond banking. We are dedicated to being relevant to our customers and our community. Stay tuned for all that we’re doing on our social channels and our website.

Mahalo,
Paul Yonamine, Chairman
Catherine Ngo, President

Executive Management

Paul K. Yonamine

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN

A. Catherine Ngo

PRESIDENT

Arnold D. Martines

EVP, CHIEF BANKING OFFICER

David S. Morimoto

EVP & CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Kevin Dahlstrom

EVP, CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER

David W. Hudson

EVP, RETAIL MARKETS

Blenn A. Fujimoto

EVP, SMALL BUSINESS AND WEALTH MARKETS

Serving Our Community

Since its inception in 1954, Central Pacific Bank has supported cultural, educational and charitable causes. This culture of giving continues to this day, and extends to our 850+ employees, who have lent countless hours of their time, talents, and expertise to local charitable organizations.

CENTRAL PACIFIC BANK FOUNDATION
For more information regarding the CPB Foundation, please contact us at [email protected]

COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT
In 1977, Congress enacted the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) to encourage federally insured banks and thrifts to help meet the credit needs of their entire community.

2020 IN REVIEW
View a summary of Central Pacific Bank’s community involvement and corporate social responsibility.

Join Our Team

Going beyond together. Central Pacific Bank has a long and proud tradition of giving back to the community. Our company and employees contribute to more than 200 organizations and charities throughout the state, helping to address the many needs of our community and people. Our employees consistently stand above the crowd at charitable events in number and enthusiasm. Many of them also contribute by serving on boards of community and nonprofit organizations.

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report

To effectively meet the needs of our local community, we’ve  committed to being an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) leader. Accordingly, we’ve identified four pillars that are of greatest importance. Our ESG report illustrates how we support these goals and our progress towards meeting them.

The four pillars of CPB are:

  1. Corporate Governance - Protect and enhance the interests of shareholders, with strong Board and executive leadership, and sound corporate governance and risk management practices.
  2. Support the Community - Be a leader in support of small business and in philanthropic initiatives across Hawaii.
  3. Support of Employees - Recruit and retain an exceptional, diverse workforce and maintain commitment to the health, well-being and success of these employees.
  4. Environmental Initiatives - Preserve the natural resources of our islands by implementing energy efficiency and other “green” practices across the organization, and setting targets to increase our customer base and financing in projects in the renewable energy and climate change adaptation sectors.

As a leader in Hawaii’s financial services industry, we are in a position to address social change and support opportunities for growth within our communities. We do this by remaining rooted in the ideals of bringing the Aloha spirit of Hawaii to banking and all that we do.


NYSE:

CPF

Central Pacific Bank is a primary subsidary of Central Pacific Financial Corp., a Hawaii based financial institution. Central Pacific Financial Corp.'s stocks are publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "CPF".


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