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First Hawaiian Bank opens trust company

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Starting Monday, First Hawaiian Bank in Tamuning will offer personal trust services to its customers, making it the lending institution on Guam to do so. Customers can expect to access experts in areas of trust administration, estate planning, business succession planning and wealth management as well as services customized for each client's needs.

FHB president Robert Harrison told KUAM News, "We're very excited about today to demonstrate our commitment to the people of Guam in opening the new trust company. For us, it's assisting the families as they transition from today to tomorrow."

Ed Untalan has been named as the general manager of the new FHB Guam trust company.

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