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First Hawaiian CEO’s compensation rose 82% to $4.3M last year

  • First Hawaiian Bank CEO, Bob Harrison, at FHB’s downtown headquarters in June 2012.


    First Hawaiian Bank CEO Bob Harrison, at FHB’s downtown headquarters.

First Hawaiian Bank Chairman and CEO Bob Harrison’s total compensation in 2016 jumped 82 percent to $4.3 million as the company became publicly traded for the first time in 15 years.

More than a third of Harrison’s pay package came from $1.6 million in stock awards, according to a filing that parent company First Hawaiian Inc. made today with the Securities and Exchange Commission. First Hawaiian had its initial public offering in August.

Harrison, 56, received a pay package of $2.4 million in 2015.

The $4.3 million in total compensation ranks Harrison second among Hawaii CEOs at publicly traded companies behind Bank of Hawaii Corp.’s Peter Ho, who received $5 million last year. Matson Inc. CEO Matt Cox is just behind Harrison at $4.1 million.

Hawaii companies are still in the process of reporting the compensation of their top executive officers.

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