Director since 2012. Mr. Landon is a seasoned executive with a strong financial background and a wide range of management experience. He is a partner in Community BanCapital, a community bank investment fund based in Portland, Oregon. A Director of MidFirst Bank in Oklahoma City, he also serves as an adjunct instructor at the Universities of Utah and Hawaii. Mr. Landon is a member of the National Board of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. In 2010, Mr. Landon retired as Chairman and CEO of Bank of Hawaii, a NYSE company with a market value exceeding $2 billion. Bank of Hawaii, noted for its financial results, asset quality, and disciplined management, was selected by Forbes Magazine as the “Best Bank in America” in both 2009 and 2010. In addition, Mr. Landon has held positions of leadership in several community and business organizations. He served as Chairman of the Board of Regents of the University of Hawaii and Hawaii Medical Services Association, which provides the state’s Blue Cross/Blue Shield insurance coverage. Before joining Bank of Hawaii in 2000, Mr. Landon was a CPA and Partner with Ernst & Young, where he worked for 28 years in several Midwest and Eastern offices. He is a graduate of Iowa State University. He currently serves on the PBS Audit Committee and Investment Subcommittee.