Central Pacific Plans Calif. Exit

McGeer, Bonnie
December 2009
American Banker;12/11/2009, Vol. 174 Issue F317, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that Honolulu, Hawaii based financial services firm Central Pacific Financial Corporation will be closing down its California branches by 2012. The firm has experienced financial losses on West Coast, America construction loans. Central Pacific has 18 employees in California and plans to focus its attention on banks in Hawaii.


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