Finance Factors Welcomes Kristi Maynard as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Finance Factors, Hawaii’s largest locally-owned depository financial services loan company, announced today that Kristi Maynard has been named its new chief financial officer. She joins Finance Factors with more than 33 years of experience in banking and finance. Kristi will serve as a strategic partner on the leadership team as they develop their strategies and tactics for long-term growth.
“Kristi’s impressive background in banking and finance makes her a great fit for this role at Finance Factors,” said Steven Teruya, president and chief operating officer at Finance Factors. “We are confident that her expertise will be invaluable as we continue to grow and serve our clients and community.”
Prior to joining Finance Factors, Kristi served as chief financial officer at the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation, which is responsible for the financing and development of affordable housing in the State of Hawaii. She also previously served as executive vice president and treasurer at First Hawaiian Bank where she provided leadership in treasury, money position management, foreign exchange, asset/liability management, public funds, and wire transfer activities and served on the bank’s leadership team.
Kristi is also a member of the Council on Revenues for the State of Hawaii, past board president of the Honolulu Theatre for Youth, board treasurer of Chamber Music Hawaii, board vice chairman and trustee for Assets School and board member of Advocates for Africa’s Children.
About Finance Factors
Finance Factors has been providing financial services in Hawaii for 65 years. Started in 1952 by several island families, the company has grown from a small local enterprise that pioneered personal loans for Hawaii’s people, into Hawaii’s largest locally-owned depository financial services loan company. Finance Factors (NMLS #449916) specializes in residential and commercial real estate loans. Finance Factors also offers some of the best rates on certificates of deposit and savings accounts, with deposits insured by the FDIC.