Committed to Community

Republic Bank of Chicago has been deeply rooted in the community since we opened our first branch on Chicago’s southwest side in 1964. And we’ve never lost that focus. We love being local!  We work hard in our communities every day to serve businesses and individuals. We’re proud to support a number of worthy causes so that our neighborhoods—and Chicago’s spirit of ingenuity—continue to thrive.

You might find our banking professionals explaining the basics of saving and spending to Kindergarten classes for Career Day. We also ring bells for Salvation Army donations during the holidays. We host supply drives to send to our brave service men and women overseas. We commit hundreds of thousands of dollars each year in donations and sponsorships to reinvest in our communities.

Our local partners include neighborhood schools and a host of organizations, including:

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STATE OF ILLINOIS COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT NOTICE

The Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (Department) evaluates our performance in meeting the financial services needs of this community, including the needs of low-income to moderate-income households. The Department takes this evaluation into account when deciding on certain applications submitted by us for approval by the Department. Your involvement is encouraged. You may obtain a copy of our evaluation once the Department completes our first evaluation. You may also submit signed, written comments about our performance in meeting community financial services needs to the Department. We will update this notice when our first evaluation has been issued. Evaluations available under the federal Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) (12 U.S.C. 2901 et seq.) are not affected by the Illinois Community Reinvestment Act. Please see the federal CRA notice we have posted in our branches.

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