The biggest bank in Hawaii is set to have a new chief executive.

Don Horner, the CEO at First Hawaiian Bank in Honolulu, plans to retire at the end of the year. Horner, 60, will remain chairman, the company said in a Tuesday press release.

Bob Harrison, who became the $14.8 billion-asset bank's president and chief operating officer in 2009, is set to succeed Horner. Ray Ono, who is a vice chairman and the chief banking officer, will become the chief operating officer.

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