Aloha Pacific FCU ranks in the top 5 of Forbes 2023 Best-in-State Credit Unions

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2023 is the first year Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union was named to the Forbes list of Best-In-State Credit Unions. (Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union website)

Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union is among the top five Hawaiʻi credit unions in Forbes’ annual Best-In-State Credit Unions list.

This award is presented by Forbes and Statista, a global statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The list was announced June 20 and can currently be viewed on the Forbes website.

The best-of were determined based on:

  • An independent survey: Approximately 26,000 U.S. consumers were asked to rate credit unions at which they have or previously have had checking accounts. Participants made recommendations regarding overall satisfaction and assessed credit unions in the following areas: Trust, Terms & Conditions, Branch Services, Digital Services, Customer Service, and Financial Advice.
  • An analysis of publicly available online text reviews and ratings.

This is the first year Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union was named to the Forbes list of Best-In-State Credit Unions. 

“We are incredibly honored to be recognized on the Forbes Best-in-State Credit Unions for the first time,” said Vince Otsuka, president and chief executive officer of Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union. “This is a testament to the dedication and commitment of our team, as well as the trust and support of our members. At Aloha Pacific, we strive to provide exceptional financial services and an unparalleled member experience.”

“Being included in the Forbes list validates our ongoing efforts to empower our community and underscores our position as a leader in the credit union industry in Hawaiʻi. We remain committed to helping our members achieve their financial goals and being a trusted partner for all their financial needs,” Otsuka added.


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