First Republic Bank (San Francisco, California)

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First Republic offers banking for individuals and businesses, wealth management, and more with a focus on tailored services and solutions. First Republic was founded in San Francisco in 1985 by James H. Herbert II with a single office and a small but dedicated staff. Years later, First Republic is one of the country’s largest banks, serving clients at more than 80 Preferred Banking Offices across the United States and through online banking services. First Republic prides itself on its convenient online presence, strong heritage, and sustainable, client-centric approach that has provided consistent growth. First Republic Bank offers a full range of personal and business banking services including lending, deposit, foreign exchange, and more, while First Republic Private Wealth Management provides trust, brokerage, and wealth advisory services. Across all of its offerings, First Republic is committed to serving its stakeholders and clients with exceptional, personalized service, putting clients first in all that it does. Banking products and services are offered by First Republic Bank, Member FDIC, and Equal Housing Lender. Investment Advisory services are provided by First Republic Investment Management, Inc. Trust and Fiduciary services are offered through First Republic Trust Company, a division of First Republic Bank; and First Republic Trust Company of Delaware LLC and First Republic Trust Company of Wyoming LLC, both wholly owned subsidiaries of First Republic Bank. Brokerage services are offered through First Republic Securities Company, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance services are provided through First Republic Securities Company, DBA Grand Eagle Insurance Services, LLC, CA Insurance License # 0I13184. Investment, Insurance and Advisory Products and Services, and Foreign Exchange Transactions, are Not FDIC Insured or Insured by Any Federal Government Agency, Not a Deposit, Not Bank Guaranteed, and May Lose Value.


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FRCB does not pay dividends
The company has not previously paid dividends and at the moment there is no information about whether it is going to pay them in the future

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