For Bank of Hawaii Corp., call it a lesson learned.

After surviving an ill-fated expansion spree in the 1990s on the U.S. mainland and in Asia, the $10.8 billion-asset Honolulu company has largely escaped the kind of problems in subprime mortgage and residential construction lending that have afflicted many other institutions.

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