ProService Hawai‘i Names Gary Co as Controller

July 22, 2018, 12:30 PM HST
* Updated July 19, 5:57 PM
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ProService Hawai‘i has hired experienced finance and accounting professional Gary Co as controller. In his new role, Co will be responsible for the company’s forecasting, analysis, budgeting and financial reporting and will oversee a growing staff of finance professionals.

“Gary is a terrific addition to the team, with distinctive experience both locally and internationally,” said Ben Godsey, president & CEO of ProService Hawai‘i. “He brings a great attention to detail and sound business judgment to his work and analysis.”

Co has been a licensed CPA for over 20 years. Prior to joining ProService, he was Senior Director of Finance, FP&A at Hawaiian Airlines, Finance Controller at GETCO Asia (Hong Kong) Limited, and Director of Finance at Knight Capital Asia Limited in Hong Kong.

A graduate of Punahou School, Co holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Southern California. He additionally volunteers his skills in the community as board treasurer for Mental Health America of Hawai‘i.

About ProService Hawai‘i


ProService is the state’s leader in Human Resources (HR) management. The company provides a comprehensive suite of HR solutions including strategic HR, payroll, human resource services, health benefits management, workers’ compensation and 401(k) management, as well as risk management and regulatory compliance, for over 2,000 local businesses representing 35,000 employees statewide. It is accredited by the Employer Services Assurance Corporation (ESAC).


ProService is headquartered on O‘ahu at 6600 Kalanianaole Hwy., Ste. 200, Honolulu. Additional offices are located in Kona, Kahului and Kapa‘a. For more information, call (808) 394-3100.

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