American Savings Bank Promotes Dani Aiu to Executive VP

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Aiu will lead ASB’s consumer banking team, including its statewide branch network and Customer Banking Center. Photo courtesy of American Savings Bank.

American Savings Bank (ASB) has promoted Dani Aiu from regional executive and director of branch banking to executive vice president and director of consumer banking.

In her new role, Aiu is responsible for leading ASB’s statewide branch network of 500 teammates working in 51 branches on five islands throughout the state.

“Dani’s impressive trajectory from branch teller to executive vice president is indicative of the valuable leadership skills she provides to ASB and our customers,” said Rich Wacker, president and CEO of American Savings Bank. “We look forward to her continued growth in this new role as she helps advance ASB’s position as one of Hawai‘i’s leading financial institutions.”


Aiu began her 20-year career in banking as a teller at what is now ASB’s Liliha branch. She was quickly promoted through various leadership positions, including financial services representative, branch manager, regional executive and director of branch banking.

“This new role is truly an honor, and I am grateful to ASB for its continued support of my career over the past two decades,” said Aiu. “I am excited to lead our consumer banking team as we strive to make banking as easy and convenient as possible for our customers.”

Aiu was named on Pacific Business News’ Women Who Mean Business Industry Leaders list in March 2017. Her leadership extends into the community, including on the board of directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i.


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