Janisha Sabnani was Promoted as Deputy General Counsel at First-Republic-Bank

Date of management change: April 01, 2018 

What Happened?

San Francisco, -based First-Republic-Bank Promoted Janisha Sabnani as Deputy General Counsel


About the Company

First Republic is a different kind of bank. We and our wealth management affiliates provide exceptional service in everything we do. Its one of the reasons for our high level of client satisfaction, and why we were named Best Private Bank in North America recently by Private Asset Management Magazine. With more than 60 offices on the West Coast and in the Northeast, we deliver a level of personal service you won`t find anywhere else. First Republic offers a complete range of lending, deposit, investment, trust and brokerage services. We provide comprehensive business banking including: lending, cash management, deposit, and foreign exchange, and our affiliates offer investment management services. First Republic Bank – Its a Privilege To Serve You® Deposit and loan products offered by First Republic Bank, Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender. Investment Advisory services offered by First Republic Investment Management. Trust services offered by First Republic Trust Company and First Republic Trust Company of Delaware. Brokerage services offered through First Republic Securities Company, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC. Brokerage and Advisory Products and Services are: Not FDIC insured; Not Bank guaranteed, and may lose value.


About the Person

Janisha Sabnani is Deputy General Counsel at First Republic Bank. Previously, Janisha held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.


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