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Monday, November 7, 2016 Category: AsbHawaii, American Savings Bank Online Banking.

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American Savings Bank Routing Number and Wiring Instructions

American Savings Bank provides account holders a routing number that will be required in order to complete all their domestic and international electronic transfers and payments. Routing Number 321370765 SWIFT Code It does not make part of SWIFT network. Where to Find On Check   The routing number can be easily found on a check. Its the […]

American Savings Bank Online Banking Login

Secure Login | Enroll in Online Banking American Savings Bank provides personal and business account holders a free service 24/7 of online banking. You’ll be able to view accounts history, transfer funds, pay bills and more. How to Login Go to the ASB homepage. Find the login area located on the right upper side of the page (as shown below). […]

American Savings Bank –  its history started in 1925 as a Hawaii Electric Industries, Inc subsidiary. It still headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii and its considered the third largest bank in Hawaii. It has assets worth $6.7 billion and has 57 branch locations and 130 ATMs throughout Hawaii.

Our Vision

We are the bank where everybody is somebody – a place where teammates work together to make banking easy while providing the best customer experience.

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We Open Our Doors to Everyone – For more than 90 years we have championed the dreams of generations of island residents and businesses. Our strength comes from helping customers succeed and supporting the communities they live in.

The Story of Kalo

Throughout Hawaii’s history, kalo (taro) has been a foundation of Hawaiian culture. Carried by the first voyagers to Hawaii, kalo is a sacred plant in Hawaiian culture. Island families gathered around the ‘umeke (poi bowl) to celebrate together. Today kalo continues to play an important role in island family life both for sustenance and what it represents in Hawaiian culture – growth and unity.

Living in an island state requires that we care for one another, respect each other and work together. Like the kalo roots that are intertwined in lo‘i kalo (taro patch), our lives are intertwined in our communities.

Kalo reminds us of Hawaii’s deep cultural roots, and of American Savings Bank’s commitment to the healthy growth of our community and this beautiful place we call home.