BOH offers new online account opening in Guam, Saipan, Palau


GUAM, SAIPAN, PALAU—As part of its ongoing digital transformation efforts, Bank of Hawaii announced the launch of online account opening capability in Guam, Saipan, and Palau.

Through its partnership with Terafina Inc., the bank is now able to provide new and existing customers in Guam and Saipan the ability to open a variety of Bank of Hawaii accounts online via its website at Palau applicants currently must be existing Bank of Hawaii customers in order to access the new online account opening features. The many accounts now being offered in the West Pacific region include checking accounts, savings and time deposit accounts, as well as the bank’s premium Bankohana bundle accounts.

Bank of Hawaii has integrated convenient features, including “Save for Later,” which allows customers to begin the online account opening process, save it, and return when it is most convenient for them. Applications are saved for 60 days from the date of the first login.

“Bank of Hawaii is pleased to be able to provide more digital banking options to consumers in Guam, Saipan and Palau,” said Ruth Erickson, Bank of Hawaii’s executive vice president in the Marketing Division. “Now, more than ever, we understand our customers want the ability to safely bank wherever they are and when it’s most convenient for them, which includes opening accounts online.”

Bank of Hawaii continues to enhance its digital engagement in the growing markets in Hawaii, Guam, Saipan and Palau. For more information, please visit us at

Terafina ( provides omnichannel sales solutions to the banking and credit unions markets. Terafina is based in Fremont, CA. (PR)

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