Attorney Representing Financial Institutions All Over Hawaii
Mr. Natori has represented Hawaii financial institutions (both Hawaii state banks and federal credit unions) for compliance advice, operations procedures, contract review, loan documentation, real property leasing, and debt collection.
Mr. Natori has answered client’s regulatory questions on Equal Credit Opportunity, Community Reinvestment, Fair Credit Reporting, Truth in Lending, Fair Debt Collections Practices and Bank Secrecy Act.
Mr. Natori provided advise on customer account opening requirements, Suspicious Activity Report, Customer Identification Program, check fraud, garnishment, safety deposit accounts, cashier’s checks, search warrants, control accounts, client trust accounts, conservator accounts, trust accounts, and payable upon death accounts.
Mr. Natori has negotiated online banking vendor contracts, software license and service agreements, coin processing contracts, courier services agreements, trust and investment management support services agreements, remote deposit capture agreements, and confidentiality agreements.
Mr. Natori has drafted commercial loan documentation such as mortgages, security documents and promissory notes.
Mr. Natori has negotiated ATM shopping center leases at the largest shopping centers in Hawaii, and has decades of experience in negotiating office leases on behalf of landlords and tenants.
Mr. Natori has provided advice, documentation, and negotiation prior to and during collection and foreclosure proceedings against both commercial and residential borrowers.
Please contact us for assistance from an experienced Hawaii bank and credit union attorney.