Business // Movers
Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii
Aidan Millar has been promoted to senior vice president and director of strategy and project delivery at Central Pacific Bank. In his new capacity, he will provide advisory support to executive management in defining and articulating the bank’s strategy, provide insights on industry trends and closely monitor the competitive environment. Prior to joining CPB, Millar had leadership roles in global strategy and planning for ABN Amro Bank NV in Hong Kong and London.
Ashlee Kishimoto has been promoted to senior director of investor relations with Hawaiian Airlines. In her new capacity, she will utilize her knowledge of SEC reporting and SOX compliance to add depth to investor relations’ efforts. Kishimoto has been with Hawaiian Airlines since 2009 and most recently served as director of SEC reporting and SOX compliance.
Scott Bly has been appointed energy services manager at Aqua Engineers. He now is responsible for providing a full range of energy services focusing on process optimization, energy efficient retrofits, waste-to-energy opportunities, renewable energy and power quality. Bly brings to the position more than 18 years of experience in energy management and most recently worked for Honeywell as a senior program manager.
Dawn Tamashiro has been promoted to director of human services at Hawaiian Building Maintenance. In her new position, she is responsible for all aspects of employee relations and administration, benefits and policies for approximately 650 employees. Tamashiro worked her way up within the organization’s human resources department after joining the company in an entry-level position nearly 14 years ago.
Benjamin C. Locquiao has been promoted to vice president and cash management officer with Bank of Hawaii. He is responsible for consulting and managing treasury initiatives for large corporate clients located in Hawaii and on the Mainland. Locquiao joined the bank in 2000 as a consumer sales representative and is a member of the Association for Financial Professionals.
Amy Miller has been named vice president and division sales manager in the personal banking division at Bank of Hawaii. She is responsible for leading sales, service and relationship management efforts of the bank’s personal banking officers. Miller brings to the position more than five years of retail banking management experience and has served as manager of the Kalihi and Aikahi branches and the Times Kamehameha in-store branch.
Jane Bush has been named senior vice president and personal trust division manager at First Hawaiian Bank. In her new position, she will oversee the activities of both the personal trust and real estate departments, which provide trust administration services for customers. Bush joined First Hawaiian Bank in 1991 and has more than 22 years of trust administration experience.
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