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On July 8, 2019, a definitive agreement was signed to merge Republic Bank into National Bank of Commerce. Under terms of the agreement, National Bank of Commerce will acquire Republic Bank by merger, with National Bank of Commerce being the surviving corporation. The merger application has been submitted and until approval, it’s business as usual for both organizations. Full details can be found in the press release.
Update: The merger between National Bank of Commerce (NBC) and Republic Bank has been approved by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Reserve, and will become official on or around October 25, 2019. While the two banks will legally merge on October 25, NBC customers will need to continue to visit NBC branches and Republic Bank customers will need to continue to visit Republic Bank branches for deposits and banking transactions.
NBC and Republic Bank will bring our banking technology together during the conversion weekend, December 7 and 8, 2019. Come Monday, December 9 you will be able to bank at any location you choose.
Beginning October 25 and continuing until the December conversion weekend NBC will operate the following current Republic Bank locations under the name “Republic Bank, Inc., a division of National Bank of Commerce.”
For NBC Customers: Branch and Member FDIC info
For Republic Bank Customers: Branch and Member FDIC info
“National Bank of Commerce has the opportunity — in fact, the responsibility — to stitch together the fabric of our community, and make it even stronger,” said Steve Burgess, President and CEO of NBC. “Our goal is better, not bigger. This merger presents us with the opportunity to take the best of both organizations and provide superior services as one. Together, we will be able to make even more possible for our customers and our community.”