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Hawaii National Bank

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Hawaii National Bank

Hawaii National Bank
Type Private
Industry Finance and Insurance
Founded 1960
Headquarters Honolulu, Hawaii
Key people N/A
Products Banking
Revenue Assets = $ 616.864 million
Return on assets = -0.01%
Return on equity = -0.14%

Hawaii National Bank is a privately held community bank, with branch offices in Hilo, Hawai'i, Oahu, and Maui. The bank was established on September 19, 1960, in the Chinatown neighborhood of downtown Honolulu.

In 1997, Hawaii National Bank had the highest percentage of small business loans (defined as loans of less than $ 250,000) of all the commercial banks in Hawaii.[1] Further, in a report by the Office of Advocacy of the United States Small Business Administration, the bank was recognized as being the "most friendly" lender to small business in its asset size in Hawaii. The bank is also a is a certified participant in the Minority Bank Deposit Program administered by the United States Department of the Treasury Financial Management Service.


  • United States Small Business Administration (2000). "Banking Study, 2000", Office of Advocacy, June, 2000.
  • United States Small Business Administration (1999). "Banking Study, 1999", Office of Advocacy, June, 1999.
  • United States Small Business Administration (1998). "Banking Study, 1998", Office of Advocacy, June, 1998.
  1. ^ "Banking Study, 1998". January 6, 2009. 

External links

  • "Hawaii National Bank". official web site. 2009. Retrieved 2010-04-09. 
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