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First Republic Bank Chairman and CEO Jim Herbert Appointed to Federal Reserve System's Federal Advisory Council

)--First Republic Bank (NYSE: FRC), a leading private bank and wealth management company, today announced that Jim Herbert, Chairman and CEO, has been appointed by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s board of directors to represent the District on the Federal Advisory Council.

Herbert joins the Federal Reserve’s Federal Advisory Council as one of its 12 members. The Federal Advisory Council, a body created by the Federal Reserve Act, consists of one member - generally from the commercial banking industry - from each of the twelve Reserve Bank Districts. The council ordinarily meets four times a year with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., to discuss economic and banking matters. Members customarily serve three, one-year terms.

Herbert founded First Republic Bank as CEO in 1985.

What You Need to Know About First Republic Bank Student Loan Refinance

First Republic Bank is a private bank and wealth management company, and student loan refinancing is one of the many options it offers. In terms of refinancing, it boasts fixed rates as low as 1.95%, which are exceptionally low when compared to other lenders.

If your finances are in order, your credit score is solid, and you have a healthy and consistent work history, you might be able to lower your rates and pay your student loans off early by refinancing them through First Republic.

How to Refinance With First Republic

Interested applicants who feel they meet the requirements can begin the process by providing their name, contact info, student loan balance , and an estimated credit score. You also need to have between $40,000 and $300,000 in student loan debt in order to refinance through First Republic.

As part of the process, applicants will also be required to select a preferred repayment term, which is a factor in the rate estimation that follows.

Does First Republic Bank execute automatic transfers at midnight?

Ok so I'm 15, I get a monthly sum of money from my parents for allowance. I have a debit card so they transfer it to my account so I can do what I please with the money once its transferred. So I get the money on the first of every month.

It's probably neither. It will depend on their "start of day" process and will likely be the early hours of the morning and can probably vary slightly. Generally all banks will run their huge IT processes overnight.