Chief Executive Officer
Mark Fukunaga is Servco’s third-generation Chairman and CEO, leading the company’s automotive distribution and retailing operations, car sharing, and venture and growth capital.
Servco was originally founded by Mark’s grandfather, Peter Fukunaga, in 1919. In 1960, his father George and Uncle Tom Fukunaga took over the business and led the company through the growth and challenges of the next several decades. In 1994, Mark and his cousin Eric Fukunaga assumed leadership of Servco Pacific Inc. as Chairman and CEO, and President, respectively.
Over the last decade, Mark has overseen the expansion of Servco’s automotive business into Australia, gaining recognition as the largest Toyota dealer group in Australia. Under Mark’s leadership, Servco has grown its gross revenue to over $1.8 billion and has been recognized as one of Hawaii’s Best Places to Work by Hawaii Business magazine for 16 consecutive years. Servco also opened an investment office in California with plans to expand the company’s other businesses into new global markets. Most recently, Servco became a majority stakeholder in Fender Musical Instruments Corporation in January 2020.
Mark holds a bachelor’s degree from Pomona College and a juris doctor from the University of Chicago Law School. He serves on the board of KCAA Preschool of Hawaii, Densho and the Children’s Discovery Center, and is a trustee for Pomona College and Punahou School. Mark also serves as the co-chairperson for Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.