First Hawaiian Bank violated its fiduciary obligations when it lost money on investments in mortgage-backed securities for some trust accounts, a senior official said.

That's why the $7.3 billion-asset institution, Hawaii's second largest, is reimbursing clients for the losses, said vice chairman Jack A. Hoag.

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