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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

John Dean

70 2015 Executive Chairman of the Board of the Company and the Bank

Agnes Ngo

57 2015 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company and the Bank

David Morimoto

50 2015 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Lee Moriwaki

59 2015 Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer

Wayne Kirihara

63 2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer

Patricia Foley

59 2016 Executive Vice President, Division Manager, Human Resources

Glenn Ching

59 2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Division Manager of Risk Management, Corporate Secretary

Blenn Fujimoto

59 2014 Executive Vice President, Specialized Markets Division Manager,

Anna Hu

44 2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer

David Hudson

59 2011 Executive Vice President - Community Banking Manager of the Company and the Bank

Denis Isono

66 2016 Executive Vice President, Corporate Services

Arnold Martines

53 2016 Executive Vice President, Commercial Markets Division Manager

Crystal Rose

60 2014 Lead Independent Director of the Company and the Bank

Christopher Lutes

50 2018 Director

Paul Yonamine

60 2017 Director

Christine Camp

51 2004 Independent Director

Earl Fry

59 2005 Independent Director

Wayne Kamitaki

66 2015 Independent Director of the Company and the Bank

Paul Kosasa

70 2002 Independent Director

Duane Kurisu

64 2012 Independent Director

Colbert Matsumoto

65 2004 Independent Director

Saedene Ota

49 2015 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

John Dean

Mr. John C. Dean is Executive Chairman of the Board of the Central Pacific Financial Corp., parent company of Central Pacific Bank. Prior to that, Mr. Dean served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of the Company and the Bank from June 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015. From April 20, 2011 through May 31, 2014, Mr. Dean served as President and Chief Executive Officer, and a Director, of the Company and the Bank. From June 2010 through April 19, 2011, Mr. Dean served as the Executive Chairman and a Director of the Company and the Bank. Previously, Mr. Dean has served in various capacities in the banking industry for thirty-four (34) years, including as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Silicon Valley Bancshares and Silicon Valley Bank, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Pacific First Bank, the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of First Interstate Bank of Washington, the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of First Interstate Bank of Oklahoma, and the President and Chief Executive Officer of First Interstate System, Inc. Since 2005, Mr. Dean has been the managing general partner of Startup Capital Ventures, L.P., a venture capital firm, and managing member of SCV Management Co, LLC, and since 2003 he has served as managing director of Tuputele Ventures Fund, a small private equity firm investing in early-stage technology companies and venture capital funds. Mr. Dean has been a director of Elevate Credit, Inc. (a publicly traded company listed on the NYSE) since May 2014. Mr. Dean is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, with a Master of Business Administration degree in Finance, and currently serves as an advisor to the board of the Wharton School. Mr. Dean’s extensive experience in leading financial institutions and his management expertise makes him a valuable contributor to the Board and the overall success of the Company.

Agnes Ngo

Ms. Agnes Catherine Ngo is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company and the Bank, a Subsidiary of the Bank. Prior to that, Ms. Ngo served as President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company and the Bank from June 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015. Ms. Ngo also served as Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer of the Company and the Bank from November 23, 2010 through May 31, 2014. Ms. Ngo is an experienced executive who has served in various capacities in the financial industry during the last twenty-five (25) years, including as general partner of Startup Capital Ventures (from 2005 to present), a venture capital firm, where her responsibilities included: managing relationships with many of the firm’s portfolio companies and assisting companies with operational (financial and legal) issues. Ms. Ngo also had primary oversight for the firm’s finance, reporting and investor relations activities and had a significant role in managing the firm’s China-based portfolio. Ms. Ngo is also managing member of SCV Management Co, LLC. As Chief Operating Officer of Alliant Partners, an investment banking subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bank, Ms. Ngo’s responsibilities included oversight of legal and compliance, finance, marketing, human resources, and information technology functions. As Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Silicon Valley Bancshares and Silicon Valley Bank (“SVB”), Ms. Ngo directed Audit, Credit Review, Collateral Audit, Legal and Loan Operations divisions of SVB with responsibility for over one hundred (100) employees.

David Morimoto

Mr. David S. Morimoto is Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of the Central Pacific Financial Corp, and parent company of Central Pacific Bank. Prior to that, Mr. Morimoto was Senior Vice President, Treasurer of the Company and the Bank from March 1, 2005 to June 30, 2015. Mr. Morimoto has more than twenty-six (26) years of experience in the banking industry and has extensive experience in effectively working with institutional investors, investment bankers, and financial institution regulators. Mr. Morimoto received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Hawaii and received his Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Accounting from Chaminade University of Honolulu. Mr. Morimoto serves on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Human Services and the Hawaii Council on Economic Education.

Lee Moriwaki

Mr. Lee Y. Moriwaki is Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer of the Company and the Bank. Mr. Moriwaki is responsible for the Company-wide strategic direction and management of technology and Bank operations, which includes managing computer and network operations, loan and deposit operations, and the Bank’s customer service center. Mr. Moriwaki has been with the Bank since 2011 and has more than thirty-six (36) years of experience in the banking industry. He has a diverse background in retail banking, retail brokerage, finance, investments, operations and information technology. He previously served as the Bank’s Senior Vice President and Manager, Loan and Deposit Operations. Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Moriwaki served as Senior Executive Vice President and a Managing Committee Member at Bank of Hawaii where he began his banking career in 1981. His management experience includes mortgage and consumer lending, bank operations and call center, electronic banking, investment services and trust, treasury and finance and computer operations and programming. Mr. Moriwaki has experience managing multiple divisions and also has experience in systems integration, including following the merger between Bank of Hawaii and Hawaiian Trust Company where he led the team responsible for integrating the two firm’s data centers and computer systems. Mr. Moriwaki has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Wayne Kirihara

Mr. Wayne H. Kirihara is Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer of the Central Pacific Financial Corp, and parent Company of Central Pacific Bank. Mr. Kamitaki is Chief Executive Officer of Maui Varieties, Ltd., a holding company, which through various subsidiaries, owns and operates Ace Hardware and Ben Franklin Crafts stores throughout the State of Hawaii, and in the States of Washington and Oregon, and Las Vegas, Nevada, and owns, operates and/or invests in numerous other commercial business ventures. Mr. Kamitaki, who resides on the Island of Hawaii, is Chairman of the Board of the Hawaii Japanese Center (Hilo) and also serves on the board of the Hawaii Academy of Science. The Bank has two (2) branches on the Island of Hawaii and firmly believes it is important to have a director from the Island of Hawaii, who best understands and can help the Bank connect with residents and businesses on the Island of Hawaii, and to demonstrate the Bank’s commitment to serving all islands and communities comprising the State of Hawaii. The vast majority of businesses in Hawaii are small and each island has its own unique business markets, needs and communities, and thus having Mr. Kamitaki who is a prominent businessperson and community leader on the Island of Hawaii, serve on our Company’s Board and Bank’s Board of Directors, will provide great insight and perspective in how we can best serve small businesses throughout the State of Hawaii, but also within the Island of Hawaii. As a community bank serving all the people and islands of Hawaii, we believe it is vital that our Board have experienced and proven businesspeople who reflect and represent all of Hawaii and the diversity of Hawaii. Mr. Kamitaki has decades of business knowledge, experience, management and leadership which we believe will be of great benefit to the Company and the Bank.

Patricia Foley

Ms. Patricia (“Patty”) L. Foley is Executive Vice President, Division Manager, Human Resources of the Company and the Bank effective June 1, 2014, and has held various managerial positions within the Bank’s Human Resources Division since her arrival to the Bank in July 2008. Ms. Foley is an experienced human resources professional with twenty-eight (28) years in the field, and was prior to joining the Bank, Corporate Director of Human Resources for Outrigger Hotels and Resorts (“Outrigger”), a Hawaii-based family owned business with over 3,000 employees worldwide. During her eighteen (18) years at Outrigger, Ms. Foley actively supported the growth of Outrigger from a Oahu-based employer focused on managing its owned properties to a world-wide diversified organization managing contracts for other hotel owners and expansion in to the timeshare and condominium management business. Ms. Foley is recognized in the local Human Resources industry for her progressive management of health care expense through a focus on the health and well-being of employees.

Glenn Ching

Mr. Glenn K.C. Ching is Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Division Manager of Risk Management, Corporate Secretary of the Central Pacific Financial Corp, and parent company of Central Pacific Bank. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Ching was Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for the Company and the Bank from December 2002 to December 31, 2015. Mr. Ching has been an actively licensed attorney in Hawaii since 1989 (for twenty-eight (28) years), and is a former partner of the Honolulu law firm, Ashford & Wriston wherein he specialized in real estate and banking law. Mr. Ching is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, and served as an officer in the United States Air Force prior to his legal and banking career. Mr. Ching obtained his law degree from the University of Hawaii’s William S. Richardson School of Law, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of North Dakota.

Blenn Fujimoto

Mr. Blenn A. Fujimoto Executive Vice President, Specialized Markets Division Manager, of the Central Pacific Financial Corp, and parent Company of Central Pacific Bank. He became an Executive Officer of the Company on September 1, 2016. Mr. Fujimoto has been with the Bank since 2000 and has over thirty-seven (37) years of banking experience in the Hawaii market. He has a diverse background in retail banking, commercial real estate lending, business banking, investment services, trust, private banking, residential mortgage and consumer lending. Mr. Fujimoto previously served as the Bank’s Chief Executive Officer of Central Pacific HomeLoans. Mr. Fujimoto received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, Seattle. He serves on the Board of Directors of Aloha United Way and Goodwill Hawaii.

Anna Hu

Ms. Anna M. Hu is Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer of the Central Pacific Financial Corp. Ms. Hu is responsible for the strategic management of credit risk in the bank’s loan portfolio and implementing credit risk management programs. Ms. Hu’s prior banking experience spans twenty-six (26) years, comprising positions of increasing levels of responsibility. Ms. Hu has extensive experience in commercial lending including credit underwriting and structuring, credit approvals, and problem loan workouts. She also has experience in retail branch and in-store banking, and retail collections and recovery. Prior to her appointment, Ms. Hu has held the positions of Corporate Banking Associate, Credit Administrator, Senior Credit Administrator, Senior Special Assets Officer, Corporate Banking Relationship Manager, and Credit Administration Division Manager. Ms. Hu received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from University of Hawaii at Manoa. She is also a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School at University of Washington. Ms. Hu is the Chair of the Finance Committee and Board of Director of Sacred Hearts Academy, Board of Director of American Red Cross, Hawaii State Chapter, and Trustee of the Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation.

David Hudson

Mr. David W. Hudson is Executive Vice President - Community Banking of Central Pacific Financial Corp and Central Pacific Bank. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Hudson was Senior Vice President, Community Banking Division Manager for the Bank. As Executive Vice President, Community Banking, Mr. Hudson oversees the Bank’s entire branch network throughout the State of Hawaii, to include branches on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai. Mr. Hudson has more than thirty-four (34) years of experience in the finance industry in Hawaii and California. He started his banking career in corporate, international and commercial real estate lending with Crocker National and First Nationwide banks. More recently, Mr. Hudson’s career has focused on retail and branch banking. Prior to joining the Bank in 2009, Mr. Hudson spent six (6) years as Senior Vice President of the consumer and business banking division of Hawaii-based American Savings Bank. In addition, Mr. Hudson has also served at Honfed Bank and Bank of America in Hawaii and California in various positions from process design executive to consumer region executive.

Denis Isono

Mr. Denis K. Isono is Executive Vice President, Corporate Services of the Central Pacific Financial Corp, and parent company of Central Pacific Bank. Prior to that and during his fifteen (15) previous years with the Company and the Bank, Mr. Isono has served in numerous executive positions, to include serving as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of the Company and the Bank from October 1, 2011 to June 30, 2015. Mr. Isono has over forty-five (45) years of banking and financial experience in the Hawaii market. Before joining the Company and the Bank, Mr. Isono was employed by Bank of Hawaii for eighteen (18) years and held various senior management positions to include Executive Vice President, Operations, and Senior Vice President, Controller. Mr. Isono began his banking career at City Bank where he worked for six (6) years. Mr. Isono is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Certified Bank Auditor, Certified Internal Auditor, and a graduate of the Stanford University Executive Program and the University of Hawaii Advanced Management Program. Prior to his banking career, Mr. Isono also spent six (6) years with Ernst & Ernst, and held the position of Audit Supervisor.

Arnold Martines

Mr.Arnold D Martines is Executive Vice President, Commercial Markets Division Manager of the Central Pacific Financial Corp, and parent Company of Central Pacific Bank. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Martines was Senior Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Lending Division Manager of the Company and the Bank. As Executive Vice President, Commercial Markets, Mr. Martines oversees the Bank’s business banking, commercial banking, corporate banking, commercial real estate lending and institutional trust lines of business. Mr. Martines has over twenty-two (22) years of banking experience. Mr. Martines started his banking career in 1995 as an Assistant Branch Manager at Bank of Hawaii. He subsequently took on increasing responsibility in both line and credit management roles for small business, middle market and corporate lending before joining the Bank in February 2004 as Vice President and Portfolio Management Approval Manager where he oversaw commercial and industrial loan approvals for the Bank. Mr. Martines also served as the Bank’s Senior Vice President, Community Banking Division Manager and Senior Vice President, Chief Credit Administrator before he was appointed to lead the Bank’s Commercial Real Estate Lending Division in March 2011.

Crystal Rose

Ms. Crystal K. Rose, J.D., is Lead Independent Director of the Company and the Bank effective June 1, 2014. Ms. Rose is a named partner in the law firm of Bays Lung Rose & Holma, and has been actively practicing law for thirty-six (36) years, specializing in the areas of real estate, trust and commercial litigation, commercial real estate transactions, trusts and estates, and construction law. Ms. Rose has been a director of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (a publicly traded company listed on NASDAQ, and the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.) since June 2006, and serves as Chair of the Compensation Committee, and is a member of the Governance and Nominating Committee of its Board of Directors. Given the limited number of publicly traded companies in Hawaii, Ms. Rose brings experience as a director of another Hawaii-based publicly traded company. Ms. Rose also brings a wealth of legal and real estate knowledge and experience to the Company’s Board and Bank’s Board, and her professional, leadership, and business skills and expertise are well-suited to her serving since June 1, 2014, as the Company’s and the Bank’s Lead Independent Director and Governance Committee Chair, and before that, from April 20, 2011 through May 31, 2014, serving as the Company’s and Bank’s Board Chair, and in providing guidance with respect to the Company’s and the Bank’s strategic issues, overall business plans and legal matters.

Christopher Lutes

Mr. Christopher T. Lutes is appointed as Director of the company effective March 1, 2018. Mr. Lutes, has over twenty (20) years of experience in the financial services industry in executive and chief financial officer capacities. Since January 2015 Mr. Lutes has served as the Chief Financial Officer of Elevate Credit, Inc., which specializes in tech-enabled online credit solutions. He was the Chief Financial Officer of Elevate Credit, Inc.’s predecessor company, Think Finance, Inc., since 2007. Prior to joining Elevate Credit, Inc., Mr. Lutes was the Chief Financial Officer for Silicon Valley Bank from 1998 to 2001. Mr. Lutes began his career in public accounting with Coopers & Lybrand. He has a BS in Accounting from Arizona State University and is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Arizona. Mr. Lutes brings significant knowledge and experience in the technology and financial services sector to the Board.

Paul Yonamine

Mr. Paul Yonamine serves as Director of the company. Mr. Yonamine serves as Executive Chairman of GCA Corporation, the largest independent M&A firm in Japan. Until March, 2017, Mr. Yonamine served as the Country General Manager and President of IBM Japan, Ltd. Mr. Yonamine previously served as President and CEO of Hitachi Consulting Co., Ltd., where he founded the first consulting and solutions business for Hitachi Ltd. He was a senior advisor to the Mayor of the City & County of Honolulu from 2004 to 2006. Mr. Yonamine’s prior experience includes serving as Executive Vice President and Chairman of Asia Pacific, BearingPoint, President of KPMG Consulting in Japan, and Managing Partner of KPMG, LLC – Hawaii Operations. A graduate of the University of San Francisco with a degree in accounting and a CPA designation, Mr. Yonamine also serves as Chairman of the Board of Councilors of the U.S. Japan Council, member of the Young Presidents’ Organization, and member of Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives). He played a significant role in facilitating the strategic relationships the Bank has established with mid-sized regional banks in Japan. Mr. Yonamine has close ties to Hawaii, as well as an impressive resume in Japan, devoting much of his career to promoting the introduction and globalization of information technologies to Japan corporations. Mr. Yonamine’s experience in both business and accounting in Japan and Hawaii brings a global perspective to the Company’s Board and the Bank’s Board.

Christine Camp

Ms. Christine H. H. Camp is Independent Director of Central Pacific Financial Corp. Ms. Camp has over twenty-eight (28) years’ experience in real estate, and her company Avalon Group, LLC, is a full service real estate company which provides detailed financial and market analysis to a wide range of investors involved in various real estate transactions and development scenarios, and also real estate brokerage, market and financial consulting. Ms. Camp is also engaged in real estate development through her company Avalon Development Company, LLC. Prior to establishing Avalon Group, Ms. Camp was Vice President of Development at A&B Properties, Inc., a subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. (a publicly traded company listed on the NYSE), and was in charge of that company’s real estate development and investment acquisition activities. Ms. Camp also was the Senior Project Coordinator of Planning and Engineering at Castle & Cooke Properties, Inc., where she handled site acquisition and development of non-company owned properties. Ms. Camp has been a director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines (a privately held company registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission) since January 2018. Ms. Camp’s real estate, financial, and public company knowledge and experience gained from her prior and current positions makes her a valuable resource to the Board and management in many areas, but particularly in connection with the Company’s real estate lending and other real estate related activities, to include the evaluation of real estate related risks, investments, opportunities, and asset management oversight.

Earl Fry

Mr. Earl E. Fry is Independent Director of Central Pacific Financial Corp. Mr. Fry is a director and the current Audit Committee Chair for Hawaiian Holdings Inc. (a publicly traded company listed on NASDAQ, and the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.) and former director of Xactly Corporation (a privately held company that was previously publicly traded on NYSE). Mr. Fry is a retired Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Informatica Corporation (a publicly traded company listed on NASDAQ), a company which provides data integration software and services and which has reported annual revenue in excess of $1 billion. During his tenure as Chief Financial Officer of Informatica Corporation, Mr. Fry effected, among other things, numerous major capital and financial transactions, to include credit lines, equity offerings, convertible rate issuances, stock/bond buyback plans, over fifteen (15) technology acquisitions, and he established development and support centers in Bangalore, India, Dublin, Ireland, and Tel Aviv, Israel, and he also established Informatica’s enterprise risk management program. Mr. Fry also previously managed the Global Customer Support and Consulting Services areas of Informatica Corporation representing over half of Informatica’s revenue. Prior to joining Informatica Corporation, Mr. Fry was Chief Financial Officer of Omnicell Technologies, Inc. (a publicly traded company listed on NASDAQ) for four (4) years, Chief Financial Officer of C.ATS Software, Inc. for two (2) years, Chief Financial Officer of Weitek Corporation for three (3) years, and he also served at other technology companies in various finance and other capacities. Mr. Fry began his professional career at Ernst & Whinney, CPAs (now known as Ernst & Young), where he held the position of Senior Auditor. Mr. Fry is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Mr. Fry was voted Software Chief Financial Officer of the Year by Institutional Investor in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Wayne Kamitaki

Mr. Wayne K. Kamitaki is Independent Director of the Central Pacific Financial Corp., parent company of Central Pacific Bank., effective September 16, 2015. Additionally, Mr. Kirihara has been with the Bank for twenty-nine (29) years in various management capacities. As Chief Marketing Officer, Mr. Kirihara oversees the corporate communications, marketing, product management, and electronic banking channels areas of the Company and Bank. In aggregate at the Bank, Mr. Kirihara has twenty-three (23) years of experience managing marketing and corporate communications, fourteen (14) years of experience managing product development, and twelve (12) years of experience managing electronic banking. Mr. Kirihara previously managed the Retail Banking Group of the Bank for eight (8) years, overseeing branch operations, consumer loan center, marketing, electronic banking, merchant services, and product development. Mr. Kirihara began his career at the Bank planning and implementing special projects, and later as a commercial loan officer.

Paul Kosasa

Mr. Paul J. Kosasa is Independent Director of Central Pacific Financial Corp. Mr. Kosasa has been President and Chief Executive Officer of MNS, Ltd., doing business as ABC Stores, for the past nineteen (19) years, and has been with ABC Stores for thirty-eight (38) years. As President and Chief Executive Officer of ABC Stores, Mr. Kosasa oversees a Hawaii-based retail convenience store operation with a major presence in Waikiki and other tourist locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands, as well as in other locations outside of Hawaii, such as Guam, Saipan, and Las Vegas, Nevada. As President and Chief Executive Officer of a sizable retail store chain which primarily serves the tourist industry, one of the largest industries in Hawaii, Mr. Kosasa provides the Board and Company with significant business and management knowledge and experience in all aspects of a business operation, which includes business strategy and planning, financial management and budgeting, employee compensation and benefits, labor, marketing, advertising, and real estate, among other business expertise. In addition, Mr. Kosasa provides a link and close connection to the Hawaii tourism industry, one of Hawaii’s most profitable economic engines, and which provides a valuable source of banking business with respect to Hawaii businesses that support the Hawaii tourism industry, as well as retail customers from outside Hawaii who require or may desire Hawaii banking services.

Duane Kurisu

Mr. Duane K. Kurisu is Independent Director of Central Pacific Financial Corp. Mr. Kurisu was formerly a director of the Company from September 2004 through May 2008, and was reappointed to the Company’s Board of Directors on January 25, 2012. Mr. Kurisu has served on the Board of Directors of the Bank since September 2004. Mr. Kurisu owns, manages and/or is involved in numerous and varied businesses and industries in Hawaii including, among others: (i) real estate—investment, ownership and management of office buildings, shopping centers and industrial parks in Hawaii; (ii) media—owner and publisher of a number of Hawaii magazines, newspapers and publications, and radio; (iii) sports—professional baseball; and (iv) food—bakery, restaurants, nutraceuticals. Mr. Kurisu is the Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and owner of aio, LLC, doing business as aio Group, a holding company for brands focused on Hawaii and the Pacific in the areas of media, sports and food. Mr. Kurisu serves on numerous business and charitable Boards and organizations, and he also served as a Regent of the University of Hawaii. Mr. Kurisu is a successful businessman and prominent figure in the Hawaii business community and brings to the Board business acumen, judgment, background and experience, and his knowledge of the Hawaii market and his relationships and connections within the Hawaii market.

Colbert Matsumoto

Mr. Colbert M. Matsumoto is Independent Director of Central Pacific Financial Corp. Mr. Matsumoto is Chairman of the Board and President of Island Holdings, Inc., a corporate holding company. Mr. Matsumoto also serves as the Executive Chairman of both Island Insurance Company, Ltd., Hawaii’s largest locally owned and managed property and casualty insurance company, and Tradewind Capital Group, Inc., an investment and asset management company. Mr. Matsumoto was a practicing attorney for twenty (20) years before assuming his current executive management positions. He is a Trustee of the Hawaii Employees Retirement System and, previously as its Chairman, played a significant leadership role in promoting reforms in the design and funding of the pension system to better secure its finances. Mr. Matsumoto’s substantial knowledge and experience, as an attorney, insurance executive, and investment professional, has been instrumental in assisting the Board and management with assessing and managing the Company’s legal and business risks and in corporate governance and business strategy and planning. Effective April 1, 2018, Mr. Matsumoto will serve as Vice Chair of the Company and the Bank.

Saedene Ota

Ms. Saedene Ota is Independent Director of the Central Pacific Financial Corp., parent company of Central Pacific Bank., effective September 16, 2015. Ms. Ota is owner and creative director of Sae Design, Inc., a graphic design and visual marketing agency headquartered on the Island of Maui, and is also principal owner and manager of Maui Thing LLC, a lifestyle apparel company. In her over twenty-three (23) year career, Ms. Ota has received numerous design, graphics and marketing rewards and recognition. Ms. Ota, who resides on the Island of Maui, serves on the boards of the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, Maui Economic Development Board, Nissei Veterans Memorial Center, and Wailuku Community Association. The Bank has four (4) branches on the Island of Maui and firmly believes it is important to have a director from the Island of Maui, who best understands and can help the Bank connect with residents and businesses on the Island of Maui, and to demonstrate the Bank’s commitment to serving all islands and communities comprising the State of Hawaii. The vast majority of businesses in Hawaii are small and each island has its own unique business markets, needs and communities, and thus having Ms. Ota who is a prominent businessperson and community leader on the Island of Maui, serve on our Company’s Board and Bank’s Board of Directors, will provide great insight and perspective in how we can best serve small businesses throughout the State of Hawaii, but also within the Island of Maui. As a community bank serving all the people and islands of Hawaii, we believe it is vital that our Board have experienced and proven businesspeople who reflect and represent all of Hawaii and the diversity of Hawaii. We believe Ms. Ota’s lifetime of experiences and success as a small businessperson, and her substantial marketing knowledge and expertise, will add significant value and perspective to our Board.

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