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Paauilo native Arnold Martines chosen to lead Central Pacific Bank.

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Guided by ‘Big Island values’: Paauilo native Arnold Martines tapped to lead Central Pacific Bank
Guided by ‘Big Island values’: Paauilo native Arnold Martines tapped to lead Central Pacific Bank

Arnold Martines, a Big Island native, has been promoted to president and CEO of Central Pacific Bank, one of the largest banks in Hawaii.

 


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