Prince Resorts Hawaii Names New Vice President of Finance, Administration

Hawaii Prince Hotel WaikikiPrince Resorts Hawaii has announced the promotion of Kisan Jo to vice president of finance and administration.

In his new role, Jo will be responsible for the development of Prince Resort Hawaii’s financial management strategy. He will oversee and direct the finance and operations teams, and advise senior management on financial matters.

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We are pleased to welcome Kisan to the senior management team,“ said Donn Takahashi, president of Prince Resorts Hawaii, in a written release. “From the very beginning of his employment with us, Kisan has skillfully implemented strategies to continuously improve our financial operations. We anticipate future growth and efficiency under his guidance.”

Jo was previously the director of finance and joined Prince Resorts Hawaii in 2010. Prior to that he had been director of administration and compliance, and corporate controller. Before joining Prince Resorts Hawaii, Jo was a treasury analyst for The Queen’s Health Systems and senior auditor for Deloitte & Touche.

Prince Resorts Hawaii, Inc. operates three hotels in Hawaii: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. The company also operates three golf courses: Hawaii Prince Golf Club, Hapuna Golf Course and Mauna Kea Golf Course. 

Visit www.PrinceResortsHawaii.com.

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