HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union Announces New President/Chief Executive Officer

Honolulu, Hawaii (August 4, 2021) HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Greg Young as the credit union’s new President/Chief Executive Officer.


“We are excited to have Greg take on the role of President/CEO,” said Harlan Kimura, Chairman. “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.”


Greg joined HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union in October 2019 as Senior Vice President of Lending and became the Chief Lending Officer at HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union in April 2020. Greg was previously the Vice President, Marketing Product Manager at American Savings Bank in Honolulu, Hawaii. Greg also served in various other roles at American Savings Bank in Honolulu since 2007. Greg has over 23 years’ experience in the financial services industry and has held various executive level positions throughout his career. At American Savings Bank, he was instrumental in improving the quality of the personal loan portfolio.


“Our credit union has changed and evolved in our 85 years of existence, and we have had success in growing in membership and assets to become the largest credit union in Hawaii. Greg Young will be a great leader to take the credit union to the next level,” said Harlan Kimura, Chairman. “The Board is looking forward to seeing what the future holds for HawaiiUSA FCU under Greg’s leadership.”


“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. I look forward to Greg Young leading this great organization,” said Karl Yoneshige, retiring CEO.


Greg will be succeeding Karl Yoneshige, who served as President/CEO for over 20 years.


About HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union
HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union first opened on November 6, 1936, as Oahu Teachers No. 3 Federal Credit Union, a not-for-profit federally insured financial cooperative owned and operated by its members, servicing elementary school teachers in the Honolulu District and all teachers from every grade level in rural O‛ahu. The credit union has since grown into the largest credit union in the State of Hawai‛i with an asset size of over $2.2 billion, and membership of more than 130,000 members served through 15 branch locations on the islands of O‛ahu, Maui, Kaua‛i, and the Big Island. To learn more, please visit



Tuesday August 17, 2021

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