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Brad Mattocks Joins ASB as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer

ASB March 05, 2024 | 3 MIN read News Releases

American Savings Bank (ASB) has hired Brad Mattocks as its Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO), following the planned retirement of Brian Yoshii. Mattocks, who will oversee technology banking systems, infrastructure, data and IT development, joins ASB at an exciting time as the company builds upon its digital investments to make banking easy and convenient.

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Brad Mattocks  
EVP, Chief Information Officer

“Brad has vast experience leading large financial institutions to create and implement best-in-class technology and drive exceptional customer experience,” said Ann Teranishi, president and CEO at ASB. “We are grateful for Brian’s leadership and commitment over the years to enhance ASB’s digital offerings.”

Over the past 25 years, Mattocks has overseen development and management of secure and stable IT systems and processes to improve delivery and operational efficiency at companies such as Banc of California, Mitsubishi Financial Group and Bank of America.

“I am excited to join American Savings Bank and advance the team’s efforts to enhance user experience and make banking easy for our customers,” Mattocks said. “I look forward to collaborating with our management team to support Hawaii’s residents and businesses.”

Mattocks holds a Master of Science in Information Systems and Technology and a Master of Business Administration in International Business from California Lutheran University. He is a graduate of The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) Certification and IT Information Library Foundations programs.

Yoshii, who has been ASB’s CIO for nearly six years, is retiring after a 40-year career in technology. Prior to joining ASB in 2018, he held leadership roles at some of Hawaii’s largest organizations, including The Queen’s Health Systems, Kaiser Permanente and First Hawaiian Bank. Yoshii will remain with ASB to ensure a smooth transition until his retirement at the end of March, after which he will continue as a part-time strategic advisor until the end of the year.

“It has been an honor working with the exceptional teammates and leadership team at ASB to make banking safe and easy for customers through new tools and technology,” Yoshii said. “It was exciting to see the remarkable digital transformation at ASB, and I’m excited for what’s to come with Brad’s leadership.”

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