HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union has named its next president and CEO.
The $ 2.25 billion-asset credit union selected Greg Young to succeed Karl Yoneshige, who has been president and CEO of the Honolulu-based credit union for more than 20 years and announced his retirement late last year.
“We are excited to have Greg take on the role of president / CEO,” Harlan Kimura, chairman of the credit union’s board of directors, said in the release. “Greg has extensive lending and financial management experience and is just the individual to lead us on our continuing journey of growth and new opportunities for the credit union and our members.”
Originally founded as Oahu Teachers No. 3 Federal Credit Union, HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union has since grown to serve more than 130,000 members across 15 branches on the Big Island and the islands of O‛ahu, Maui and Kaua‛i.
Prior to joining HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union in 2019, Young served as the vice president and marketing product manager at American Savings Bank also based in Honolulu.
“These are exciting times for our organization as our members and business partners adapt to the rapidly changing world around us, and we evolve to serve them,” said Karl Yoneshige, outgoing president and CEO, in the release. “I look forward to Greg Young leading this great organization.”