First Hawaiian Bank

57 Branch Locations
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57 Branch Locations
   
Website:
  http://www.fhb.com
   
Main Office:
  999 Bishop Street, 3rd Floor
  Honolulu, HI 96813
About First Hawaiian Bank

First Hawaiian Bank was established on Jan. 1, 1858. Headquartered in Honolulu, HI, it has assets in the amount of $18,676,234,000. Its customers are served from 57 locations. Deposits in First Hawaiian Bank are insured by FDIC.

Established On:
  Jan. 1, 1858
   
FDIC Certificate Number:
  17985
   
Total Assets:
  $18,676,234,000
   
Deposit Insurance:
  FDIC
Community Bank:
  No
   
Asset Concentration:
  Commercial Lending Specialization
   
Institution Class:
  Commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC

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Reviewer: Robert Sarnoff
Date: Sept. 5, 2018

Terrible service. Over 30 min. waiting to speak with a representative. No-one ever answered. Calling because they sent me new checks all with the complete wrong address on the checks. Really STUPID. I plan to change banks ASAP

Reviewer: Roland Gibson
Date: July 18, 2018

Dear Staff Person: I attempted to change my PIN, via automated protocol. after entering PIN received message 'number not recognized for that account'. Please advise. Thank you Last 4 on Priority Rewards Card: 5408

Reviewer: Anonymous User
Date: Jan. 11, 2018

I have been waiting for 20 minutes for a agent to answer, still waiting.

Reviewer: john maguire
Date: March 16, 2017

I have called First Hawaiian Bank on three (3) different phone numbers trying to SPEAK to a rep/teller/supv. anyone. 55 minutes on HOLD. "HIGH FREQUENCY" THERE HAS TO BE A BETTER SYSTEM. excellent tape music over & over KALUA.

Reviewer: Anonymous User
Date: Nov. 4, 2016

First Hawaiian Bank holds deposits for way too long. Use Bank of Hawaii