Central Pacific Bank’s Exceptional Checking account helps Hawaii’s small businesses

Providing solutions to move your business forward

Sponsored by Central Pacific Bank

As a business owner, you have options when it comes to banking. According to the Small Business Administration, 99 percent of businesses in Hawaii are small businesses and employ over 270,000 people. Central Pacific Bank recognizes the importance of Hawaii’s small businesses, and its Business Exceptional Checking account is changing to reflect these local businesses.

With a Business Exceptional Checking account at CPB, a combined balance plan with exceptional benefits allows your money to work harder for your business. Now you can open an account with no minimum opening deposit, and there’s no monthly service charge when you maintain a minimum combined daily balance of $10,000 in designated qualifying deposit accounts. Otherwise, it’s $20.

CPB understands the needs of small businesses. These businesses are more than customers, they’re partners. CPB’s business bankers are committed to understanding their business and anticipating their needs. It’s about working together and providing solutions that move your business forward.

CPB is also proud to have once again been awarded SBA Lender of the Year, Category II. CPB originated 102 SBA 7(a) loans, the most among all Hawaii banks, in all categories in 2018. “I believe this shows our commitment to small business,” says Douglas Okamura, assistant vice president and senior business banking officer at Central Pacific Bank. “They aren’t just our customers, we are partners.”

About Central Pacific Bank
Central Pacific Bank is the primary subsidiary of Central Pacific Financial Corp., a Hawaii based financial institution. It provides a full range of banking, investment and trust services. Founded by a small group of World War II veterans in 1954 to help immigrant families build a life away from the plantations, the bank has grown to serve the financial needs of all families and small businesses in the Islands.

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