FHB sets personnel changes on Saipan

HAGÅTÑA, Guam—First Hawaiian Bank chairman and chief executive officer Bob Harrison announced yesterday the following personnel changes on Saipan:

Juan Lizama

Juan Lizama has been appointed vice president, Saipan area manager and Oleai branch manager. He will continue to oversee the operations for both Oleai and Gualo Rai branches as Saipan area manager and will be responsible for the day-to-day customer activities in the Oleai branch. Lizama, who previously served as First Hawaiian Bank’s Gualo Rai branch manager, has over 42 years of financial services experience, joining FHB in 2001 and was promoted in 2006 to Saipan area manager.

Vickie Izuka

Vickie Izuka has been promoted to vice president and Gualo Rai branch manager replacing Juan Lizama. She will be responsible for growing the Gualo Rai branch customer base and supporting the Saipan business banking team. Izuka has over 33 years of banking industry experience in the areas of residential mortgage, real estate and corporate finance and commercial and business banking.

FHB (www.FHB.com) was founded in 1858 as Bishop & Co. and is Hawaii’s leading bank today, offering a comprehensive suite of banking services to consumer and commercial customers, including deposit products, lending, wealth management, insurance, private banking and trust services. The bank operates 57 branches in Hawaii, three on Guam and two on Saipan. FHB, the parent company, is the largest publicly traded company based in Hawaii. (PR)

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