Bank of Hawaii in Honolulu reported that second-quarter profit rose on growth in commercial and consumer loans, and from higher returns on securities investments.

The $14.8 billion-asset company said Monday that net income rose 9.9% to $41.5 million, or 94 cents per share, from a year earlier. That was a nickel better than the average estimate of analysts polled by Bloomberg.

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