Republic Bank is headquartered in Louisville and is the 2nd largest bank in the state of Kentucky. It is also the 237th largest bank in the nation. It was established in 1982 and as of June of 2014, it had grown to 726 employees at 42 locations. Republic Bank has a A+ health rating.
Only constructive criticism is welcome, ha ha ha. I don't know how you people are able to sleep at night. Why don't you get rid of your loans that are designed to take advantage of poor people so the real working class Americans can get back on their feet. I personally hope all you rot in hell for what you're doing to society. I won't rest with writing reviews, politians, and news papers until you fix what the hell you heartless bastards are doing. You the Republic Bank You should be stripped of that name.
In April 2011, after shopping for a good national rate on a 3-year CD, we opened a jumbo CD with a bank in Tennessee. The APY was 2.15%.
Approximately 8 months later, Republic Bank acquired the Tennessee bank and changed the rate from a nationally competitive 2.15% to an abysmal .05% (for a 3-year CD). They claim to have sent out a notice of the rate change but all we received was a letter in June 2012, which five months after the acquisition, informing us of the change in the account no.
In February 2013, we received a notice from Republic stating that "we have attempted to reach you and provide you with important information regarding you deposit account(s); however, we haven't heard from you." The notice did not provide the important information and only instructed usto sign and return the form before 7/27/13 to certify the account. I did so on 2/27/13 via a scanned copy as an attachment to an email, requesting information about the account. We received an email reply later that day that simply said: "We have received your request. It has been sent for processing." Again, there was no information about any change in the APY.
Upon maturity, the bank not only made it cumbersome to close the account and get our proceeds but also and far more importantly only provided the proceeds at the abysmal rate, which was a difference of thousands of dollars.
When we contacted the bank, the general counsel informed us that all the bank had to do was send out a general notice, not to exhibit due diligence that we received it. As for the communications about the "important information," he again disclaimed any responsibility.
If he's correct that this practice is legally allowed, it is nevertheless obvious that the bank exploited the situation to make significant financial gains at the expense of its clients.
We advise you to avoid opening a CD or otherwise trusting this bank to exhibit client-friendly practices.
I thought it was common knowledge that Becky was short for Rebecca, however Republic Bank rejected a mobile deposit of $41.00 because a check was made out to Becky Doe and Rebecca Doe was the name on the account. If someone was going to steal a check would they deposit it into their account? The same thing I asked when they rejected another check because the endorser of the check had corrected and initial the correction on a check...... When they backed it out they backed it out of the wrong account and charged me service and over draft fees. After I called it to their attention, they did correct this.When I go into the bank they call me Becky. When I called about the mobile deposit they said they recommend that I keep a check for 30 days after using mobile deposit. I feel that should be mentioned HIGHLITED and IN BOLD LETTERS in their ad and policy disclaimer for mobile deposit However thiis does void the convenience of mobile deposit, not to mention most of the people who write me a check do not want me to have their account info. for 30 days. I really don't want to be responsible to keep their banking information this long. I am sticking with Kentucky Bank. The hassel is not worth the convenience of banking in Lexington.
The Texas Ratio is an indicator of how much capital a bank has available compared to the total value of loans considered at risk. As of June 30, 2014 Republic Bank had $31.96 million in non-current loans and owned real-estate with $482.79 million in equity and loan loss allowances on hand to cover it. This gives Republic Bank a Texas Ratio of 6.62% which is excellent. Any bank with a Texas Ratio near or greater than 100% is considered at risk.
The Texas Ratio for Republic Bank decreased slightly from 8.49% as of June 30, 2013 to 6.62% as of June 30, 2014, resulting in a positive change of 22.08%.This indicates that the balance sheet and financial strength for Republic Bank has improved slightly in recent periods.
In the past year, Republic Bank has increased its total deposits by $125.7 million, resulting in 6.25% growth for the year. A strong track record of growth is an indicator of consumer confidence and the bank's ability to strengthen its balance sheet. The growth Republic Bank has shown is excellent.
Both FDIC and NCUA consider capitalization levels of banks and credit unions to be of high importance. Higher capitalization allows for a greater buffer when cover loans that may fail in the future. Republic Bank has $3.46 billion in assets with $482.79 million in equity, resulting in a capitalization level of 13.95%, which is excellent.
|FDIC Certificate #||23627|
|Assets and Liabilities|
|Equity Capital||$460.02 million|
|Loan Loss Allowance||$22.77 million|
|Unbacked Noncurrent Loans||$20.34 million|
|Real Estate Owned||$11.61 million|
|Historic Data - June 2013|
|Equity Capital||$423.54 million|
|Loan Loss Allowance||$20.22 million|
|Unbacked Noncurrent Loans||$20.34 million|
|Real Estate Owned||$15.25 million|
|Profit Margin - Quarterly|
|Return on Assets||1.12%|
|Return on Equity||8.47%|
|Interest Income||$64.86 million|
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|0.08%||-||-||Business Money Market Select|
|0.05%||$50k||-||Money Market Account|
|0.05%||$50k||-||Business Money Market Account|
|0.05%||-||-||Premier 60 Checking|
|1.50%||$1k||$1m||60 Month CD|
|1.50%||$1k||$1m||Business 60 Month CD|
|0.75%||$1k||$1m||48 Month CD|
|0.75%||$1k||$1m||Business 48 Month CD|
|0.60%||$1k||$1m||36 Month CD|
|0.60%||$1k||$1m||Business 36 Month CD|
|0.50%||$1k||$1m||24 Month CD|
|0.50%||$1k||$1m||30 Month CD|
|0.50%||$1k||$1m||Business 24 Month CD|
|0.50%||$1k||$1m||Business 30 Month CD|
|0.25%||$1k||$1m||12 Month CD|
|0.25%||$1k||$1m||18 Month CD|
|0.25%||$1k||$1m||Business 12 Month CD|
|0.25%||$1k||$1m||Business 18 Month CD|
|0.25%||$1k||-||9 Month CD|
|0.25%||$1k||-||Business 9 Month CD|
|0.20%||$1k||$1m||6 Month CD|
|0.20%||$1k||$1m||Business 6 Month CD|
|1.50%||$1k||-||60 Month IRA|
|0.75%||$1k||-||48 Month IRA|
|0.60%||$1k||-||36 Month IRA|
|0.50%||$1k||-||24 Month IRA|
|0.25%||$1k||-||12 Month IRA|
|0.25%||$1k||-||18 Month IRA|