Find Banks in Maui – List of all the banks on Maui, Hawaii

Find all the Banks in MauiFind all the banks in Maui, Hawaii, below. Including banks that are located in Lahaina and Kihei.

 


List of Banks in Maui

  • Hawaii National Bank
  • First Hawaiian Bank
  • Finance Factors
  • Bank of Hawaii
  • American Savings Bank
  • Central Pacific Bank

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Maui – A bit of info

Already aware of Maui’s history and its general information? Feel free to skip this introduction and head straight on down the page to the list of banks in Maui. You’ll find them in a neat table, with a range of attributes relating to their branches, ATMs, locations, and who they are. If not, keep reading to find our condensed version of everything awesome about Maui!

Maui was first seen by a European in 1778, when Captain James Cook was on one of his famous exploration adventures. However, he was unable to physically set foot on the island as a suitable landing spot was simply unable to be found. Another eight years were to pass before one Jean-Francois de La Perouse landed on its shores, in a bay now known as La Perouse Bay.

Jean-Francois de La Perouse

Over 100 years later in 1898, Hawaii was annexed by the United States and formally made a territory in 1900. Following the announcement of becoming the 50th US state in 1950, tourism become a great factor in boosting the economy and providing sources of revenue. Hawaii is recognized around the world for its outstanding beaches and luscious scenery.

Known as Valley Isle by locals and frequent visitors, the second largest island in Hawaii boasts a steady population of approx. 150,000 residents. Keen for an adventure? Maui’s highest elevation point soars a massive 3,055 meters above sea level, on top of the Haleakala volcano, or East Maui Volcano. Making its peak just under half the height of the world’s largest mountain, Mt Everest (which stands at 8,848 meters).

Weather is pleasant throughout the year. Winter generally runs from November through to April, where temperatures range from the 70s-80s. During summer months, these can increase towards the low 90s. The eastern side of the island is typically drier than the west, as the clouds drop their rain climbing up the mountain.

Kahului is the largest town on the island, with a population of around 30,000. Making it a prime target for commercial and financial activity. Hence, this is where you’ll find most of the banks have chosen to set up a majority of their branches/ATMs as well.

Map of Banks in Maui

So where exactly are all the Maui banks located? Besides Kahului, you’ll find banks in Lahaina, Kihei, Hana, Paia, Pukalani, Kaunakakai, Wailuku, and many more.

Oh, you want to know which banks are in Maui as well? No problem. American Savings Bank, Bank of Hawaii, Central Pacific Bank, Finance Factors, First Hawaiian Bank, and Hawaii National Bank, are all of the banks currently operating on the island.

Banks in Maui, Hawaii

The following list of banks are in alphabetical order and make no representation of their success. Of all the banks in Hawaii, the only bank with no branches or ATMs on Maui is the Bank of the Orient.

American Savings Bank

American Savings Bank in Maui
Description

Commonly known as simply ASB, American Savings Bank is the third largest bank in Hawaii. Not only that, it has the 2nd highest number of branches on Maui.

ASB have grown to become as big as they are through many acquisitions of competitors. Topping the list was the high profile takeover of Bank of America’s Hawaii Division in 1997.

Total assets as of 2014 reached a whopping $6.7 billion. A number so large, it’s nearly 50% greater than the total GDP of Fiji!

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Locations in Maui

Kahului, Lahaina, Kihei, Pukalani, Wailuku, Kaunakakai

Total Branches: 8

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Total ATMs: 8

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Bank of Hawaii

Bank of Hawaii in Maui
Description

Residents of Hawaii have affectionately nicknamed Bank of Hawaii, Bankoh, which the bank often portrays in its media relations. The bank went so far as to even name their online banking service, “e-Bankoh”.

It’s the largest bank in Hawaii, and as so also have the greatest number of branches located in Maui, with 12 spread out across the island.

ATMs also far exceed its competitors. Nearly double as many as the next, Bank of Hawaii operates and maintains 41 ATMs in Maui.

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Locations in Maui

Hana, Lahaina, Kahului, Kihei, Paia, Makawao, Wailuku, Kaunakakai, Pukalani

Total Branches: 12

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Total ATMs: 41

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Central Pacific Bank

Central Pacific Bank in Maui
Description

Despite being the second largest island in the state, Maui only plays home to 10% of all the Central Pacific Branches in Hawaii.

Founded in 1954 by Koichi Iiad, the bank has grown to service the many banking and financial requirements of Hawaii’s families and small businesses.

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Locations in Maui

Kahului, Kihei, Lahaina, Wailuku

Total Branches: 4

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Total ATMs: 15

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Finance Factors

Finance Factors in Maui
Description

Finance Factors came to fruition through the joint efforts of Hiram Fong, along with five other Hawaiian families in 1952.

Originally, it’s purpose was to solely focus on the banking needs of the growing number of minorities moving to, and growing up in Hawaii.

Over the years the bank has grown dramatically, and now plays a sister role to companies such as Finance Insurance Ltd and Finance Realty Company Ltd.

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Locations in Maui

Kahului

Total Branches: 1

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Total ATMs: 0
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First Hawaiian Bank

First Hawaiian Bank in Maui
Description

Charles Bishop and William Aldrich decided to start the bank in 1858, after they realized the need for more dependable banking services following the boom of the whaling industry in the 1940s.

Opening day saw Hawaiian’s deposit exactly $4,785 into their bank, Bishop & Co. From there, the company has grown steadily to become the largest bank in Hawaii by loans, total assets, and deposits.

With nearly $16 billion in assets, they rival Cambodia’s 2015 GDP of $16.7 billion.

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Locations in Maui

Lahaina, Kihei, Kahului, Wailuku, Pukalani, Wailea, Makawao, Napili

Total Branches: 8

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Total ATMs: 27

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Hawaii National Bank

Hawaii National Bank in Maui
Description

Hawaii National Bank has been privately owned since its inception in 1960. A total of 13 branches are located across the six public Hawaii islands, with two in Maui itself.

Giving back to the communities they’re located in, has proved to be a valuable strategic decision. Customer satisfaction remains at all time highs with Hawaii National Bank.

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Locations in Maui

Kihei, Kahului

Total Branches: 2

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Total ATMs: 0
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Mainland US Banks in Maui

You’ll notice on the list above, that there aren’t any of the major US banks on the list. Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, U.S Bancorp, and others, have all made similar decisions commence operations in Hawaii.

Hawaii is the only state in America which you won’t be able to find any branches or ATMs from these banks.

Common (and somewhat accepted) theories as to why this is the case have been spread far and wide. Many people believe that Hawaii is simply too small of a market for banks to make the move across the pacific.Mainland Banks not in Hawaii

With only 0.4% of the total population of America, banks may believe the benefits of opening in Hawaii simply won’t outweigh the costs. According to CNN, one bank which asked to remain anonymous, stated this was exactly the case; it would simply be to costly for the banks to operate in such a remote area.

Of course, this is a greatly positive for the current banks in Maui, and the greater Hawaii. Competition would vastly increase, and margins most likely decrease if mainland banks were to make the move.

Who knows, maybe the near future holds something different in mind!