HONOLULU - Bancorp Hawaii Inc. said its nonperforming loans in the fourth quarter would increase by about $58.5 million because of reclassification of two loans.

The parent of Bank of Hawaii, the largest Honolulu-based bank, said $20 million would be charged off against the loan-loss reserve, while the remaining $38.5 million would be placed on non-accrual status.

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