BOH closed today in observance of Juneteenth


HONOLULU, Hawaii—In June 2021, President Joe Biden signed legislation making Juneteenth National Independence Day a federal holiday. In accordance with federal holidays that fall on Sundays, Bank of Hawai‘i branches and offices in the state of Hawaii, Guam, and Saipan will be closed today, June 20, 2022.

Bank of Hawai‘i’s customer service center will operate under normal business hours, from 6am to 9pm, today, June 20, to serve customers. Customers may also use BOH’s ATMs, Bankoh By Phone (automated phone service), online and mobile banking, which are always available. Bank of Hawai‘i will re-open tomorrow, June 21. For a list of all BOH holidays, visit (PR)

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