Management changes swept Hawaii's top financial institutions this week as First Hawaiian Bank tapped a Bank of Hawaii vice chairman to replace its president, who said he would retire early.

John K. Tsui, 56, resigned Thursday from $11.2 billion-asset Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu, to assume the post of president, chief operating officer, and director of the $6.1 billion-asset First Hawaiian Bank.

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