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November 16, 2021

Central Pacific Bank Announces Executive Promotions

Central Pacific Bank (CPB) today announced the following executive promotions within the bank’s leadership team

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November 10, 2021

Kisan Jo Joins CPB as Executive Vice President of Retail Markets and Operations

Local business leader Kisan Jo has joined Central Pacific Bank (CPB) as Executive Vice President of Retail Markets and Operations, according to an announcement today by Arnold Martines, the current Chief Banking Officer and incoming President and COO of Central Pacific Bank.

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November 09, 2021

Central Pacific Bank’s “Go Contactless!” Sweepstakes Winner Drives Away in a Brand New Toyota Tacoma!

Central Pacific Bank (CPB) yesterday announced the grand prize winner of its “Go Contactless!” Sweepstakes.

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November 08, 2021

CPB Launches Shaka, Hawaii’s First All-digital Checking Account Launch Was Preceded by the State’s Largest-ever Social Media Influencer Campaign

Recognizing that the financial needs of today’s banking consumer are changing, Central Pacific Bank today launched Shaka, Hawaii’s first all-digital checking account.

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November 05, 2021

Made in Hawaii Festival Presented by Central Pacific Bank Foundation and Mahi Pono Returns in 2021 at Ala Moana Center

Nearly 300 exhibitors and thousands of products will be showcased at the new location Nov. 11-14. Tickets go on sale Oct. 20.

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November 03, 2021

Central Pacific Bank Foundation Contributes $100,000 in Support of Maui High School and College Students

Central Pacific Bank Foundation (CPB Foundation) has contributed two grants totaling $100,000 to support education in Maui County — $50,000 to the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders (CTL) and $50,000 to the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation (UH Foundation).

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