More details have emerged in the Securities and Exchange Commission's investigation of market timing at Bank of Hawaii.

First revealed last week in financial report from the bank, the employee who committed the rapid trading remains unnamed, although the Honolulu Advertiser is reporting that the person was of executive rank and has already been fired by the bank. The newspaper is also reporting that that the malfeasance earned the executive $110,000 between 2002 and 2003 and that the trading occurred in the bank's New Asia Growth Fund.

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