Bank of Hawaii announces a following appointments and promotions, effective Mar 1:
- Kent T. Lucien, clamp chair, now Bank of Hawaii’s arch financial officer, will turn arch plan officer.
- Dean Y. Shigemura, comparison executive clamp president, will be promoted from controller to arch financial officer, next Kent T. Lucien.
- Brent T. Flygar, comparison clamp president, will be promoted from financial stating manager and executive of corporate taxation to controller and principal accounting officer, next Dean Y. Shigemura.
“These appointments simulate a continued fasten to rise and ready a people for ever-expanding roles and responsibilities within a organization,” pronounced Bank of Hawaii Chairman, President and CEO Peter Ho. “I honour Kent, Dean and Brent in their new roles. Effective care growth and long-term career formulation are vicious to a success as an organization.”
As arch plan officer, Kent T. Lucien, 63, will support in building and executing a bank’s pivotal vital initiatives, including a “Branch of Tomorrow” modernization plan and leveraging information and record to reshape a smoothness of banking services, products and practice with a patron focus. He will continue to manage a bank’s Corporate Facilities and Real Estate Department.
Prior to fasten Bank of Hawaii as a member of a Managing Committee as clamp chair and arch financial officer in 2008, he served on a bank’s house of directors from 2006.
Lucien’s prior knowledge includes portion as arch executive officer of operations and arch financial officer during C. Brewer Co. Ltd., a Hawaii house with operations in agriculture, food processing, industrial services and genuine estate.
Lucien formerly served on a house of Wailuku Water Co. and Maui Land Pineapple Inc., where he served as Audit Committee Chair. Lucien perceived his bachelor’s grade from Occidental College and an MBA from Stanford University.
As arch financial officer, Dean Y. Shigemura, 53, will manipulate a bank’s Treasury, Financial Reporting and Investor Relations departments. Shigemura has been a member of Bank of Hawaii’s Managing Committee given 2008.
Shigemura began his career during Bank of Hawaii in 1999 as clamp boss and investments officer. He was promoted to comparison clamp boss in 2002, and was named executive clamp boss and bank treasurer a following year. In 2014, Shigemura was promoted to controller.
Prior to Bank of Hawaii, he worked as clamp boss and financial researcher for The Shidler Group. A connoisseur of a Wharton School during a University of Pennsylvania, Shigemura binds a master’s grade in financial and management. He warranted his bachelor’s grade in electrical engineering from a University of Washington in Seattle. In 2012, he graduated from Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program, and also binds a Certified Public Accountant nomination in a state of Hawaii. Shigemura is now on a house of directors of a Diamond Head Theatre.
As controller and principal accounting officer, Brent T. Flygar, 49, will manipulate a bank’s financial accounting and reporting, regulatory reporting, corporate taxation and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
Prior to fasten Bank of Hawaii in 2009, he served 11 years as a comparison manager in a taxation dialect of Ernst Young LLP in Las Vegas, Nev. and Los Angeles, Calif.
Flygar binds a master’s grade in taxation from Golden Gate University in Los Angeles, a bachelor’s grade in accounting from California State University, Fullerton, and binds a Certified Public Accountant nomination in a state of California. Flygar serves on a house of directors for Tax Foundation of Hawaii.