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    35 Years of Extraordinary Service 2020 Annual Report

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    It’s a privilege to serve you. Founded in 1985, First Republic Bank and its subsidiaries provide private banking, private business banking and private wealth management, including investment, trust and brokerage services. First Republic specializes in delivering exceptional relationship-based service, with a solid commitment to responsiveness and action. san francisco • palo alto • los angeles • santa barbara • newport beach san diego • portland • jackson • palm beach • boston • greenwich • new york

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    Dear Clients and Shareholders In 1985, we founded First Republic Bank on the assumption that a truly distinct dedication to exceptional client service would result in a very successful banking business. This has proven to be true — even through the tremendous challenges of 2020. We have been guided entirely by the principle that if we take great care of our colleagues, our clients and our communities, we will have a sustainable business that delivers consistent value to all of our stakeholders. First Republic’s uniquely strong growth and increase in shareholder value of over 25% per annum for more than 35 years are the outcome of this focused, long-term approach. From First Republic’s 1985 Shareholder Letter: “First Republic’s philosophy, which originates from its Directors’ and Management’s successful prior experience as the founding and operating group of a similar company, is to provide the highest quality banking service available …. Additionally, the Company is committed to the maintenance of a very strong capital position at all times. We believe that narrowly targeted operations and strong capitalization will prove in the long run to be the proper format for a most successful banking enterprise. The real strength of First Republic Bancorp, in addition to its capital resources, lies in the caliber and experience of its people.” James H. Herbert, II Founder, Chairman and CEO First Republic has grown organically from its initial 1985 $8.8 million de novo capitalization to become the nation’s 17th largest commercial bank by deposits and the 11th largest by market capitalization. Our straightforward business model has performed very well for three and a half decades through widely varying economic and geopolitical conditions, resulting in consistent profitability every year since inception. In 2020, we all faced a global pandemic, a transition in political leadership, social unrest, and continued market and economic volatility. At the same time, amazingly enough, it was First Republic’s best year ever in terms of financial results. These exceptionally strong results were a direct outcome of the enormous effort from our colleagues and their unwavering focus on taking care of one another and First Republic Bank / 2020 3

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Dollars in billions Financial Highlights 2015–2020 our clients, under highly stressful conditions. In turn, our clients continued to rate the Bank’s service DECEMBER 31, 2 015 2 016 2017 2018 2019 2020 very highly. They referred their friends as new clients in even greater numbers throughout 2020. Total Bank Assets $ 59.0 $ 73.3 $ 87.8 $ 99.2 $ 116.3 $142.5 Total Loans $ 44.1 $ 52.0 $ 62.8 $ 75.9 $ 90.8 $112.6 The Growth Power of a Client Service Culture Total Deposits $ 47.9 $ 58.6 $ 68.9 $ 79.1 $ 90.1 $114.9 Total Tier 1 Capital $ 5.5 $ 6.6 $ 7.5 $ 8.3 $ 9.5 $ 11.4 We continually focus on providing extraordinary client service, which we measure using the Wealth Management Assets $ 72.3 $ 83.6 $ 107.0 $ 126.2 $ 151.0 $194.5 Net Promoter Score. Our most recent overall Net Promoter Score increased compared to last Net Income (in millions) $ 522 $ 673 $ 758 $ 854 $ 930 $ 1,064 year’s. It remains more than double that of the U.S. banking industry average and is above most Preferred Banking Offices 68 69 70 75 78 80 luxury service brands. Extraordinary service leads to low client turnover, expanded relationships, and strong referrals from these long-term and very satisfied clients. This immensely powerful Franchise Growth 2015–2020 compounding effect has always been the primary source of our safe, organic growth. WEALTH MGMT Simple Business Model and Structure LOANS DEPOSITS TIER 1 CAPITAL ASSETS Our simple corporate structure is reflective of our equally straightforward operational model. We have no holding company, have a limited number of preferred banking offices, and remain + 21% CAGR + 19% CAGR + 16% CAGR + 22% CAGR focused on our core banking and wealth management offerings. In short, our structure is safe $ 44.1 B $ 112.6 B $ 47.9 B $ 114.9 B $ 5.5 B $ 11.4 B $ 72.3 B $ 194.5 B and aligned with our clients’ needs. Leadership Depth and Breadth First Republic has been founder-led since 1985. Our extremely stable leadership team has deep expertise in our geographic markets, our business model, our clients’ needs and, most importantly, our culture. This team has an average age of 51 and an average First Republic tenure of 17 years (excluding our Founder, Chairman and CEO). Exceptional Credit Quality Credit quality of the highest caliber has always been a core focus of First Republic. The economic volatility and sharp GDP decline in early 2020 were a tremendous test and affirmation of the strength of our credit portfolio. During the year, we had only $2.4 million in net charge-offs, or less than one-quarter of one basis point of average loans. Nonperforming assets were only 13 basis points at year-end. Nonetheless, we added $157 million to our allowance for credit losses. As we look to much more positive economic conditions in 2021, particularly in the second half of the year, continued strong credit quality remains a fundamental aspect of First Republic’s safety and stability. 2015–2020 2015–2020 2015–2020 2015–2020 4 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 5

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Consistent Profitability and Shareholder Value Creation Empowered, Supported and Engaged Colleagues Financial results in 2020, and over the last five years, have been strong. Revenues have First Republic has evolved into an exceptionally strong brand propelled by the passion, loyalty and grown 16% per annum and tangible book value per share has grown 14% per annum. referrals of its satisfied clients. Our high client satisfaction level and overall success are directly Stability Shareholder Value attributable to our hardworking, empowered and committed colleagues. Our entire culture is • Consistent, Founder-Led Leadership Team • Enterprise Value 08/1986: $23 Million dedicated to the daily execution of increasingly digitally enabled, high-touch client service. The • Stable Client Relationships (Initial IPO) power of this approach was particularly clear this past year. During the pandemic, our clients, both • Sustainable, Organic Expansion • Enterprise Value 12/2020: $25.6 Billion long-standing and new, were searching for touchpoints of steady, reliable and truly caring partners • Enterprise Value Growth Since 1986: in their lives. Our colleagues did an extraordinary job of providing these touchpoints. Our ability 23% Per Annum to anticipate, respond to and satisfy clients’ needs was the true source and strength of our continued strong growth and increased client satisfaction levels in 2020. Compound Annual Growth Rate 2015–2020 First Republic is committed to taking excellent care of our people. In addition to a culture of REVENUES TANGIBLE BOOK VALUE PER SHARE empowerment and collaboration, colleagues are provided continual professional development and career growth opportunities, competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. We established a Bank-wide minimum wage in 2016 at $20 per hour, which was increased to $25 per hour in 2018 + 16% CAGR + 14% CAGR and then $30 per hour, as recently announced, in early 2021. $ 1.84 B $ 3.92 B $ 30.16 $ 57.30 Among the many benefits offered to our colleagues, approximately 39% of our workforce participates in our company-paid Student Loan PayDown (now tax-free) and College SaveUp benefits, receiving direct company contributions to either pay down existing student debt or save for future education expenses. Almost 30% of our workforce has participated in our Employee Home Loan program, 61% participates in our discounted employee stock purchase program and 97% participates in our 401(k) matching program. Inclusive Culture and Diverse Workforce First Republic has always been and remains committed to fostering an inclusive workplace culture that embraces and encourages diverse perspectives and backgrounds. Our workforce is 49% people of color and 47% women, and we speak over 50 languages. First Republic’s diversity is long-standing and extends across all levels of the organization, with 49% of our senior management team comprising women leaders and women making up 40% of our Board of Directors. 2015–2020 2015–2020 CAGR computed over 5 years CAGR computed over 5 years since December 31, 2015 since December 31, 2015 6 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 7

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Enterprise Value 07/01/1985 (de novo founding) through 12/31/2020 At the same time, we have redoubled our efforts to further improve diversity, particularly through hiring, promotions, training and leadership development programs, and with a focus on underrepresented Organic growth from $8.8 million of initial capital to talent. Fostering an inclusive environment where diversity continues to drive our creativity, innovation a market capitalization of over $25 billion and exceptional service — and where our colleagues can thrive — remains one of our highest priorities. Strong and Growing Capital As part of our commitment to remain well capitalized, we successfully accessed the capital markets December 2020 four times during 2020. We raised over $900 million of net new Tier 1 capital, while reducing the % cost of our preferred capital and accreting tangible book value per share. Total capital grew 18.9% +25 $ 25.6 B CAGR 1 during 2020. We also, in the first quarter of 2021, went to the capital markets twice and raised approximately $733 million of Tier 1 qualified 4.25% perpetual preferred stock, as well as $331 million of common stock. This brings the total net new Tier 1 capital raised in the past 15 months to approximately $1.8 billion. First Republic management–led buyback, We have always believed in anticipating and supporting our growth with capital raised in advance. independent again We always stay well capitalized in anticipation of the inevitable and unexpected changes in the July 2010 economic environment. Given recent conditions and volatility, this approach has proven very prudent Purchase of First Republic and valuable. by Merrill Lynch September 2007 We do not engage in common stock buybacks. Starting in 2012, quarterly cash dividends have been paid consistently. We have increased our dividend rate each year for nine years in a row. First Republic founded July 1985 2020 Results $ 8.8 M This year was our most successful year ever. Bank assets totaled $142.5 billion, and wealth management assets reached $194.5 billion. Total earnings, up 14.4%, grew nicely, and total regulatory capital increased by 18.9%. Tangible book value per share increased by 14.1% and has grown by 14% per First IPO annum during the 10 years since December 31, 2010. August 1986 Second IPO December 2010 Loan originations totaled $50.7 billion, excluding $2.0 billion of SBA Paycheck Protection Program $ 3.3 B (PPP) originations — our best year ever. Growth in loans outstanding (excluding PPP and loans held 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 for sale) was 21.9%. 1 35.5-year CAGR from July 1, 1985, through December 31, 2020. 8 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 9

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Deposits were up 27.5% compared to a year ago. Checking remains strong at 67% of total deposits at Franchise Investments year-end. Successful deposit growth was generated across all of our channels: private banking, preferred We continue to make strategic and significant investments in the franchise. These include enhancing banking offices, business banking and wealth management. our regulatory and risk management infrastructure, constantly upgrading our cybersecurity measures, continuing our core system conversion, implementing numerous process improvements and further Business Banking advancing our workplace environment at every level. Very importantly, investments in our digital Business Banking also had a good year. Both business loans and deposits performed very well. At platforms, automated applications and investment management capabilities remain strong in order year-end, business loans outstanding totaled $14.9 billion, up 27.6% year over year, and represented to better serve our clients. 13% of total loans (excluding PPP loans). Business deposits grew by 28.3% year over year and represented 57% of total deposits at year-end. Checking represented over 77% of these business deposits. Community Investments We remain committed to supporting our communities through lending, investing and volunteering Private Wealth Management with a focus on affordable housing, financial literacy and education. In February 2020, we were Private Wealth Management had another strong year, with total wealth management assets up 28.7% proud to announce a $100 million multiyear commitment to the San Francisco Housing Accelerator to $194.5 billion. Additionally, we transacted over $52 billion of foreign exchange for our clients, Fund, a collaborative effort dedicated to the preservation, protection and production of affordable up 21% from 2019. We placed $1.4 billion in face value of insurance on behalf of our clients. Total housing for San Francisco Bay Area residents. In March 2020, we were honored to be the recipient of client insurance coverage in place is now $6.5 billion. Fee revenues from wealth management were the Foreign Policy Association’s 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Award. We specialize in up 11.9% and represented 13.4% of total revenues during 2020. nonprofit banking, and 25% of our business banking lending activities are in the community nonprofit sector, our second-largest segment. Next-Generation Strategy Our successful next-generation client strategy, led by our Personal Line of Credit, Professional Loan During a year that was challenging for many, we increased our support to those in need. We and affiliate programs, grew younger client households by 16% during 2020. This approach continues established the First Republic COVID-19 Fund, which included our first matching gift program First Republic’s long-standing strategy of “getting trial.” We are successfully attracting younger urban for colleague donations as well as a donation program through our Community Advisory Board. professional households even earlier in their careers. Those efforts have been transformational, with We also provided grants to support many of our nonprofit clients and honored existing sponsorship millennial households now representing over 40% of First Republic’s total consumer borrowing commitments for our nonprofit partners. At the start of 2021, First Republic’s Board of Directors households, compared to only 12% five years ago. approved the establishment of the First Republic Foundation, which furthers our investment in our communities by increasing philanthropic support. Client Household Growth Throughout the year, we saw excellent growth in our existing programs dedicated to helping local Overall growth in consumer client households continued to be strong in 2020. During the 2010–2014 communities prosper. The guidance of our Community Advisory Board continues to enhance our period, our average growth rate for new consumer households was 5% per year, and during the already strong Fair Lending and Community Reinvestment Act programs. Our Eagle Community 2015–2020 period, it was 14% per year. This increasingly expanding consumer client base drives our Loan program continues to help more individuals in historically underserved communities become overall growth through the intrinsic expansion of our relationships with these satisfied clients over homeowners. Volunteer hours through our Eagle Cares program, which provides our colleagues with time, as well as their referrals of new clients. two paid service days per year, have increased 145% since 2017 to over 21,500 hours during 2020. 10 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 11

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Looking Ahead Our expectation for 2021 is a significantly improved economy and strong recovery, especially during the second half of the year. The timing of a consumer spending–led recovery is variable, dependent upon the timing and success of vaccination programs across various states. We currently anticipate an economic reopening during the summer. While commercial real estate may slightly lag, we also anticipate strong single-family residential markets, declining savings levels supporting consumer expenditures, recovering multifamily markets, and active private equity and venture capital markets, resulting in solid GDP growth for the full year. During 2020, we spent an even greater than normal share of our time, effort and resources supporting our colleagues and their families. The quality of our colleagues’ enormous hard work during the year was truly remarkable. This includes the successful adaptation to the conditions of the pandemic, while at the same time maintaining our very collaborative culture and high level of client service. Our colleagues’ efforts were tireless and selfless, across all areas of the enterprise. We are in awe of this response, which continues, and we are extremely grateful for and proud of the results. It’s a privilege to serve you, James H. Herbert, II Hafize Gaye Erkan Founder, Chairman and CEO President and Board Member Michael D. Selfridge Jason C. Bender David B. Lichtman Chief Banking Officer Chief Operating Officer Chief Credit Officer Mollie M. Richardson Michael J. Roffler Robert L. Thornton Chief People Officer Chief Financial Officer President, Private Wealth Management First row: James H. Herbert, II, Hafize Gaye Erkan Second row: Michael D. Selfridge, Jason C. Bender, David B. Lichtman Third row: Mollie M. Richardson, Michael J. Roffler, Robert L. Thornton 12 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 13

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    Client Index Page Category Client Page Category Client 18 Personal Banking David Ho, M.D. 38 Personal Banking John Fish 20 Business and Personal Banking Colas Construction 40 Personal Banking Tanisha Tucker 22 Personal Banking Alana Karen 42 Life Sciences Rocket Pharmaceuticals Meals on Wheels 24 Nonprofit of San Francisco 44 Personal Banking David and Debby Hopkins Susan Keenan Wright 26 Personal Banking and Bob Wright 46 Financial Services Camino Financial 28 Nonprofit Coombs Outdoors 48 Personal and Business Banking Paula Griffiths Young People’s Chorus 30 Arts/Nonprofit of New York City 50 Arts/Nonprofit Dancers’ Workshop 32 Small Business The Urban Grape 54 Nonprofit San Francisco SPCA Mary Etmekjian and 34 Personal Banking Ara Thomassian, M.D. 56 Personal Banking Tom Family 36 Business Banking NOVO Construction 58 Law Firm Hanson Bridgett LLP In response to COVID-19, we’ve adapted practices to ensure the safety of our clients and photographers. The following portraits were taken using a range of approaches, including remote captures and creative digital compositing. Our photographers followed the latest recommended guidelines and safety protocols. 14 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 15

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    Our clients say it best.

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    35 years of extr aordinary service David Ho, M.D. Client Since 2015 “Banking with First Republic saves me a great deal of time. Wherever I am in the world, they take care of what I need.” David Ho, M.D. Virologist, Columbia University Irving Medical Center new york, new york Dr. David Ho is one of the world’s top virologists. He received the Presidential Citizens Medal in 2001 and was named Time magazine’s 1996 Person of the Year for his groundbreaking work in treating HIV. As a lead researcher working on COVID-19 vaccines, Dr. Ho remains on the front lines, educating and protecting the world from another viral threat. With global demands on his time, Dr. Ho came to First Republic seeking a hands-on financial partner that could help him stay focused on his priorities. When he made the switch to First Republic, he was pleasantly surprised to find all his accounts — including his automated payments and preferences — were seamlessly transferred from his previous bank. For Dr. Ho, having a banker who can say “we’ll take care of that for you” makes all the difference. 18 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Colas Construction Client Since 2017 “Our father trusted us with the family business. First Republic is helping us pass it on to the next generation.” Andrew Colas, President and CEO (standing, right) Hermann Colas, Jr., Founder (middle row, second from right) Aneshka Colas-Dickson, Vice President and CFO (middle row, second from left) Alex Colas, Project Manager (middle row, left) Marc-Daniel Domond, Executive Project Manager (front row, left) Pictured with the third generation of the Colas family portland, oregon Andrew, Aneshka and Alex Colas believe in building for tomorrow. Their father, Hermann, started Colas Construction over 20 years ago with their futures in mind. Now the siblings run one of the country’s top construction companies, providing opportunities for local tradespeople and taking an active role in their community of Portland. Partnering with First Republic for their business and personal banking needs offered the Colas family the support they needed to ensure smooth day-to-day operations while maintaining a strategy for the long term. They turn to First Republic for the deep insight that comes from a holistic financial partnership. 20 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Alana Karen Client Since 2008 “Getting a mortgage through First Republic was simple and convenient. I’d recommend them to my colleagues any day.” Alana Karen Search Platforms Director, Google palo alto, california After two decades of working in technology, Alana Karen is officially an industry pioneer. Her book, The Adventures of Women in Tech, translates her experiences — and those of over 80 other women — into a guide for her peers and successors. Writing a book, maintaining her leadership responsibilities at Google and raising three kids called for a customized financial partnership. When she moved her banking to First Republic, she experienced a level of service that enabled her to focus on her priorities. From her mortgage refinance to daily online banking, Alana gets peace of mind knowing First Republic is her resource for a lifetime of financial goals. 22 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Meals on Wheels of San Francisco Client Since 2010 “With First Republic’s partnership, we’ve expanded our kitchen to serve our community for many decades to come.” Ashley C. McCumber, CEO and Executive Director (top) Joanna Johnson, Client Relationship Specialist (left) David Hernandez, Executive Chef (right) san francisco, california Since 1970, Meals on Wheels of San Francisco has worked to ensure that thousands of seniors in the city can live in their homes safely and with dignity. The nonprofit always measures growth and success by the number of meals served and lives touched. Today, they proudly serve over 2 million meals a year to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities. Their long-standing relationship with First Republic offered them the responsive support they needed to expand their operations and do more for their community when the demand was greatest. At every level of the organization, Meals on Wheels of San Francisco looks to First Republic as a trusted financial partner that shares their commitment to doing the right thing. 24 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Susan Keenan Wright and Bob Wright Clients Since 2014 “First Republic is firmly rooted in the community. That’s what first attracted us.” Susan Keenan Wright Director, Palm Beach Civic Association Executive Vice President, Suzanne Wright Foundation Bob Wright Chairman, Palm Beach Civic Association Founder, Suzanne Wright Foundation Co-Founder, Autism Speaks Pictured with Happy palm beach, florida For Susan Keenan Wright and Bob Wright, the goal is simply to give back. Bob founded Autism Speaks and the Suzanne Wright Foundation to honor his grandson and his late wife, respectively. In addition to their formal charitable goals, he and Susan are committed to giving back to their local community of Palm Beach. When the Wrights discovered that First Republic shared their values, they were inspired to switch banks. Over time, they shifted all their banking to First Republic — including personal and business accounts and education funds for their grandchildren. With the help of a responsive banker attuned to their goals, the Wrights continue to refine their legacy. 26 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Coombs Outdoors Client Since 2019 “First Republic knows nonprofits. They’re an ideal partner for our mission.” Maggie Shipley, Program Director (left) Jenny Wolfrom Holladay, Executive Director (right) Pictured with program participants jackson, wyoming Coombs Outdoors was established to increase access to the world-famous natural beauty of Jackson Hole for the community’s youth. Each year, hundreds of local children and teens get the opportunity to enjoy activities like skiing, hiking and kayaking that would otherwise be out of reach. As a nonprofit founded on a commitment to their community, Coombs Outdoors feels right at home with First Republic. With the Bank’s support and understanding of their day-to- day financial needs, the foundation can focus on expanding their impact in Jackson. 28 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Young People’s Chorus of New York City Client Since 2019 “Our mission to impact the lives of thousands of children requires a trusted financial partner. First Republic provides the stability we need.” Francisco Núñez Founder and Artistic Director Chorus members pictured below new york, new york The Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC) is among the most acclaimed performing arts nonprofits in the country. YPC’s mission is to help children of all cultural and economic backgrounds reach their potential through the beauty and community of music. As a nonprofit focused on growth, they needed a financial partner that could adapt quickly while keeping a personal touch. From the start of their relationship with First Republic, YPC found that having a responsive personal banker and a robust online banking platform for their daily needs delivered the best of both worlds. Today, YPC is increasing their impact with the help of a bank that can move at the speed of their goals. 30 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service The Urban Grape Client Since 2019 “With First Republic’s support, we can continue to thrive in uncertain times.” TJ Douglas, Co-Founder and CEO (left) Hadley Douglas, Co-Founder and CMO (right) boston, massachusetts TJ and Hadley Douglas founded the Urban Grape to help change the landscape of the Boston wine world. That started with developing an award-winning progressive tasting scale to better serve their clientele. Today, the Urban Grape stands among the most celebrated wine shops in the country. To pay it forward, TJ and Hadley began advancing diversity in their industry through a special grant recognizing students of color in wine studies. The Urban Grape was drawn to First Republic’s commitment to innovation and service, and the relationship deepened as they connected to the Bank’s community of winery clients. With First Republic at their side, the Urban Grape continues to thrive during a challenging period for small businesses. 32 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Mary Etmekjian and Ara Thomassian, M.D. Clients Since 2018 “First Republic’s mobile banking experience is amazing. We can open a new account right from the app.” Mary Etmekjian, Accountant, Rose and Alex Pilibos Postoian Preschool Ara Thomassian, M.D., Cedars-Sinai Valley Internal Medicine and Nephrology Pictured with Daron (left) and Garen (right) los angeles, california Mary Etmekjian and Ara Thomassian went from high school sweethearts to a successful couple raising their family in Los Angeles. With Ara’s thriving primary care practice — and two growing boys — he and Mary sought a banking partner to help manage a wide array of financial needs. Impressed by the seamless experience of refinancing his medical school loans through First Republic, Ara soon moved the family’s personal finances to the Bank as well. When it was time to buy their dream home, the couple’s relationship with First Republic gave them an edge in a competitive market. Today, Ara and Mary continue to turn to the Bank for a smooth, concierge-level experience — in person or through the mobile app. 34 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service NOVO Construction Client Since 2003 “First Republic builds just like we do — one relationship at a time. They take care of us every step of the way.” Robert Williamson, Principal (left) Jim Fowler, President (right) menlo park, california Since 2000, NOVO Construction has offered innovative general construction services for clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Austin, Texas. Based on the simple principle that they do what they say, NOVO’s founders have built a loyal clientele who deepen their relationship with the business over the long term. When NOVO sought a new financial partner, they found First Republic’s client-first culture to be a perfect fit. What began as a business banking relationship naturally expanded into a more comprehensive financial partnership the founders refer to as their “First Republic umbrella.” 36 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service John Fish Client Since 2017 “Switching to First Republic wasn’t just easy — it was smart. They are a true partner.” John Fish Chairman and CEO, Suffolk Construction boston, massachusetts Building a national real estate and construction empire has taught John Fish many lessons, most importantly that strong relationships can be the foundation of a business. As he says, the best relationships always lead to the best projects for Suffolk Construction. When John decided to switch to First Republic, it was the Bank’s long history of enduring client relationships that sold him. That bond solidified as he experienced consistently high-touch service in each new interaction with the Bank. Today, First Republic continues to be a trusted financial partner for John and his family. 38 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Tanisha Tucker Client Since 2018 “My banker and I have built a true relationship. That’s why I highly recommend First Republic.” Tanisha Tucker Firefighter Lieutenant oakland, california Community is the foundation of Tanisha Tucker’s life. As a firefighter lieutenant, Tanisha protects a vibrant and dynamic city from the impact of fire seasons. She devotes her spare time to mentoring the next generation, preparing them to be responsible stewards of the world they inherit. When Tanisha shared her goal of owning a home in Oakland, her First Republic banker worked closely with her to help secure a mortgage tailored to her needs. Now her family has an enduring stake in the city they love — and Tanisha has a banking partner for a lifetime of goals. 40 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Rocket Pharmaceuticals Client Since 2015 “We need a partner that can keep up with our industry. That’s why we chose First Republic.” Gaurav Shah, M.D. Co-Founder and CEO new york, new york In 2015, Gaurav Shah co-founded Rocket Pharmaceuticals to cure devastating childhood diseases. The company is now one of the key leaders in gene therapy as a result of their patient- first approach. When they started working with First Republic, Rocket Pharmaceuticals was pleased to discover that the Bank’s client service was of a similar nature — people-centric, authentic and responsive. With First Republic focused on serving their financial needs, Rocket Pharmaceuticals can focus on breakthroughs in biotech, rather than balance sheets. As Gaurav and his team continue to reimagine what’s possible, First Republic will be by their side every step of the way. 42 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service David and Debby Hopkins Clients Since 2003 “Connecting with First Republic helped us realize our goals and create a long-term plan for making them a reality.” David Hopkins Investor Board Chair, Center for the Arts Debby Hopkins Investor Independent Board Member Vice Chair, St. John’s Health jackson, wyoming David and Debby Hopkins are deeply involved in the Jackson nonprofit community, but that’s far from where they began. Their impressive careers have taken them to cities all over the world, including San Francisco, Detroit, Zurich, Seattle and New York. When they discovered the beauty of Jackson, they decided to move there permanently, with First Republic helping them, as always. David and Debby appreciate the personal care and attention they receive from their banking team and have long placed all their assets with First Republic. They continue to depend on the Bank as a financial partner that’s equally committed to their business and philanthropic endeavors. 44 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Camino Financial Client Since 2017 “We have a personal relationship with everyone on our First Republic team. Within our industry, that’s rare.” Sean Salas Co-Founder and CEO los angeles, california Learning from the challenges his mother faced as a restaurateur, Sean Salas co-founded Camino Financial with one clear mission: Leave no small business behind. As a digital lender, the platform does just that by providing affordable loans to microbusinesses across the United States, primarily within the Latino community. When First Republic helped Camino better manage daily financial transactions, they knew they’d found the right financial partner for their business. As Camino expands their mission, they depend on the Bank for the same caliber of loyalty, support and empathy they offer their own clientele. 46 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Paula Griffiths Client Since 2012 “At First Republic, I have a dedicated banker who I can go to for anything. They’ve been with me at every stage of my company’s growth.” Paula Griffiths CEO, Vesta Asset Management san francisco, california For Paula Griffiths, supporting community is both a personal and professional mission. That’s why Vesta Asset Management, her property management company, focuses on people first. It’s also why she serves on the board of LYRIC, a Bay Area nonprofit that supports LGBTQQ+ youth to thrive. When Paula first came to First Republic to open savings accounts for her children, she found that the Bank’s people-first philosophy matched her own. Having a dedicated banker for her financial needs helped her grow Vesta into the successful business it is today. Paula continues to expand her business with the backing of a bank that can balance goals with core values. 48 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Dancers’ Workshop Client Since 2019 “First Republic wants to make sure that we thrive. They’re true patrons of the arts.” Babs Case Artistic Director jackson, wyoming For Babs Case, supporting artists is just as important as being one. As Artistic Director of Dancers’ Workshop, a nonprofit dance center in Jackson, she teaches, choreographs performances and hosts world-class dance companies. When First Republic approached the nonprofit about sponsorship, she was impressed by how closely the Bank’s values resembled their own — the depth and sincerity of the banking team sealed the deal. Dancers’ Workshop trusts First Republic, not just as a stable financial partner but also as a like-minded patron of the arts in Jackson. 50 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    Throughout the past 35 years, it’s been a privilege to grow with our clients. The longevity of our client relationships speaks to our Then core belief that success is built by delivering a truly differentiated level of service to one client at a time, year after year. & Now

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    35 years of extr aordinary service It’s been our privilege to serve San Francisco SPCA / Then & Now the San Francisco SPCA since 2001. san francisco, california Then Now “To grow like we have, you need a long-term financial partner. For us, that’s been First Republic.” 2001 Founded in 1868, the San Francisco SPCA was built on a commitment to improving the lives of homeless cats and dogs. In 2001, they came to First Republic ready to expand their mission of offering best-in-class veterinary care and dedicated support to helping animals find their forever home. Ed Sayres, Former President 2020 Featured in the 2002 First Republic Annual Report Today, the San Francisco SPCA’s programs and services reach 250,000 animal lovers annually, and the organization continues to count on the Bank’s strategic support to confidently navigate the unique challenges that face growing nonprofits. From sponsorships to lines of credit, First Republic provides enduring flexible support to the San Francisco SPCA’s mission of finding loving homes for every cat and dog. Jennifer Scarlett, D.V.M., President Pictured with Truman 54 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 55

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    35 years of extr aordinary service It’s been our privilege to serve Tom Family / Then & Now the Tom family since 1995. san francisco, california Then Now “Our relationship with First Republic runs deep. They’ve supported us as we’ve grown our family and business.” 1995 Back in 1995, newlyweds Garret and Anita Tom were working hard and dreaming big. Their shared philosophy — love what you do and work smart — inspired them to pursue real estate. When they approached First Republic about an investment property, their banker worked with them to secure the loan that would launch their business. The Bank’s commitment to extraordinary service left an impression on the couple. They Garret and Anita Tom moved all their banking to First Republic, and a decades-long partnership was born. Featured in the 1996 First Republic Annual Report 2020 Today, Garret and Anita have passed their strong work ethic on to their sons, Ethan and Everet, who have grown up with First Republic. After 25 years of working with the Bank, the family is turning their focus to planning their legacy. They feel confident knowing they have a dedicated team that will always act in their best interests — today, tomorrow and for generations to come. Ethan Tom, Quality Engineer, Planet Labs; Garret Tom, Real Estate Broker and Retired SFPD Deputy Chief; Anita Tom, Instructor and Owner, Kumon Center of San Francisco – Ocean Avenue; Everet Tom, Instructor and Owner, Kumon Center of San Francisco – Outer Richmond (pictured left to right) 56 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 57

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    35 years of extr aordinary service It’s been our privilege to serve Hanson Bridgett LLP / Then & Now Hanson Bridgett LLP since 2005. san francisco, california Then Now “First Republic values what we value — community and personal relationships. That’s what has made our 15-year partnership thrive.” 2005 Founded in San Francisco in 1958, Hanson Bridgett is a multidisciplinary law firm with a strong commitment to diversity and charitable giving. They’re also uniquely committed to pro bono work, providing disadvantaged populations with premium Andrew Giacomini, Former legal representation. In 2005, the two-office firm began working with First Republic Managing Partner and CEO with the purpose of expanding their business. Joan Cassman Teresa Pahl 2020 Featured in the 2006 First Republic Annual Report Over the past two decades, the Bank’s relationship with Hanson Bridgett has expanded. Today, the firm has five offices located throughout California. And First Republic has become a partner for the firm and their employees, helping them meet business and personal goals. The key to the relationship has been a shared focus on what matters most: growth, core values and a commitment to service. Kristina Lawson, Managing Partner (left) Joan Cassman, Partner (center) Teresa Pahl, Partner (right) 58 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 59

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    35 years of extr aordinary service Contents “Our commitment to exceptional 62 The First Republic Difference client service is unwavering and remains 64 Overview of Products and Services SM 66 FRC Founders Index Fund at the heart of all we do.” 68 Financial Summary James H. Herbert, II 72 Additional Information Founder, Chairman and CEO 74 Supporting Our Communities 88 Executive Leadership 90 Board of Directors 92 First Republic Values 94 Locations 60 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    Full-Service Private Banking, Private Business Banking and Private Wealth Management Private Banking Our full suite of private banking services is designed to address our clients’ complete financial picture and help them achieve their personal goals. TH RO U G H P E R S O NAL VICE &D Y SER IGI TA Our distinctive brand of Private Banking includes: N AR L CH I RD AN TR AO NE LS • A client-first approach based on advice and solutions — not products EX • Full-service banking on both coasts, including online and mobile banking • A commitment to our clients’ financial safety and privacy, which remains at the forefront of everything we do Private Business Banking Financial Residential Our professional business bankers provide the same personalized and highly responsive service to the Planning Lending business community as we do to personal banking clients. That’s why we call it Private Business Banking. Specialized services offered for: FU Investment • Accounting Firms • Law Firms • Private Equity Funds/Firms L L- Management S E RV Personal • Business Management Firms • Life Sciences Firms • Property Management Firms AG E M E NT Lending • Engineering Services • Medical Practices • Real Estate Investors YOUR F AGER I C E P R I V AT CLIENT • Family Offices • Nonprofits • Small Businesses • Hedge Funds/Firms • Private Aircraft / • Technology Firms MAN AN Brokerage IR Services Marine Financing E A • Independent Schools • Venture Capital Funds/Firms M H ST Commercial LT N IP • Investment Management Firms • Private Clubs • Wineries D EA Real Estate E SH R BU PU Lending ON W SI BL IC R EL ATI TE ES N A S BA PR IV Trust Private Wealth Management NK ING Services First Republic Private Wealth Management professionals deliver objective, customized wealth management Checking, solutions and goals-based strategies to individuals, corporations and nonprofit organizations. Savings, CDs Insurance (Deposits) Services Wealth Management services include: Business Foreign • Investment Management • Financial Planning • Brokerage Services Banking Exchange • Trust Administration and Custody • Insurance Services • Foreign Exchange The First Republic Difference What sets First Republic apart is our unwavering commitment to exceptional service. Each client works with a single point of contact, who takes the time to get to know their short- and long-term financial goals. As these Banking products and services are provided by First Republic Bank, Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender needs evolve, our financial experts connect clients with First Republic colleagues throughout the organization Investment Advisory services are provided by First Republic Investment Management, Inc. Trust and Fiduciary services are offered through First Republic Trust Company, a division of First Republic Bank; and First Republic Trust Company of Delaware LLC and for specialized support — from lending products to wealth management and more. First Republic Trust Company of Wyoming LLC, both wholly owned subsidiaries of First Republic Bank. Brokerage services are offered through First Republic Securities Company, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance services are provided through First Republic The result? Long-lasting, rewarding relationships that lead to satisfied clients, who then refer their friends and Securities Company, DBA Grand Eagle Insurance Services, LLC, CA Insurance License # 0I13184, and First Republic Investment Management, DBA Eagle Private Insurance Services, CA Insurance License # 0K93728. colleagues to First Republic. Investment, Insurance and Advisory Products and Services, and Foreign Exchange Transactions, are Not FDIC Insured or Insured by Any Federal Government Agency, Not a Deposit, Not Bank Guaranteed and May Lose Value. 62 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 63

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    Overview of Products and Services Residential • Single-Family Mortgages • Bridge Loans Financial • Comprehensive Financial Planning • Wealth Transfer and Legacy Planning Lending • Vacation Home Mortgages • Construction-to-Permanent Loans Planning • Retirement Planning • Wealth Protection Strategies • Co-Op and Condominium Loans • Eagle Community Loans1 • Estate Plan Review • Business Exit, Succession and Liquidity Planning • Home Equity Lines of Credit • Philanthropic Planning Personal • Securities-Backed Loans • Personal Lines of Credit2 Investment • Equity Management • Endowment Investment Management and Lending • Unsecured Loans • Professional Loan Programs to Help Partners Management • Fixed Income and Cash Management Consulting • Streamlined Loans and Lines of Credit and Employees Invest in Their Firm or Fund • Alternative Investments3 • Environmental, Social and Governance Investing • Overdraft Lines of Credit • Aircraft and Marine Financing • FRC Founders Index Fund SM (FNDRX) • Qualified Retirement Plan Consulting • Option and Overlay Investment Management • Online Investment Management Service Commercial • Multifamily Property Loans • Commercial Real Estate Loans Real Estate • Mixed-Use Building Loans • Construction and Renovation Loans Brokerage • Full-Service and Self-Directed Brokerage • Structured Product Investments Lending Services • Online Brokerage • Stock Donation for Nonprofit Organizations Checking, • ATM Rebate Checking • Passbook Savings • Equities, Mutual Funds and Options • 10b5-1 Plans for Corporate Executives Savings, CDs • Classic Checking • Certificates of Deposit (CDs) • Money Market Mutual Funds • Hedging Strategies for Concentrated Stock (Deposits) Positions • Basic Checking • Traditional, Roth and SEP IRAs • Fixed Income • Money Market Checking • Online and Mobile Banking • Margin Loans • Sweep Accounts Business • Business Lending With Industry Expertise • Deposit Account Control Agreements Trust • Personal Trust Services With Open • Agent for Trustee Services Banking • Lines of Credit and Term Loans • Corporate Online Banking Services Architecture • Custody Services • Owner-User Commercial Real Estate Loans • Mobile Banking • Trustee of Various Types of Revocable, • Family Engagement and Governance Irrevocable and Testamentary Trusts • Family Dynamics • Streamlined Small Business Lending • Wire Transfer Capabilities • Estate Settlement / Executor Services • Learning and Development for the Rising • Capital Call Lines • Direct Transmission and SWIFT Capabilities • Wyoming and Delaware Managed Trust and Generation • Capital Campaign Bridge Loans for • ACH Services Directed Trust Services Nonprofits • Remote Deposit Capture • Professional Loan Programs to Help Partners • Direct Image Cash Letter Insurance • Access to Top-Rated Insurance Carriers • Private Placement Life and Annuity Products, and Employees Invest in Their Firm or Fund • Biller and Payment Solutions Services With Best-in-Class Products Offering Alternative Investments • Standby Letters of Credit • Positive Pay Services • Life Insurance Products for Estate Planning, • Disability Products for High-Income Executives • Business Analyzed Checking • Paid Check Imaging Business Planning, Tax-Deferred Cash and Professional Services Firms • Business Analyzed Checking With Accumulation and Income Protection • Annuity Solutions With Protected Tax-Deferred • Check Outsourcing Solutions Protective Services • Specialty and Hybrid Long-Term Care Products Growth and Lifetime Income • Lockbox Services Nationwide • Simplified Business Checking • Armored Car and Cash Vault Services Foreign • Spot Foreign Exchange Contracts • Foreign Currency Swaps3 • Business Interest Checking Exchange • Business Escrow Services • Foreign Currency Wires • Foreign Currency Options3 • Business Money Market Accounts • Courier Services • Foreign Currency Accounts/Deposits4 • Structured Hedging Solutions3 • Multiclient Management Accounts • Commercial Card Services • Forward Foreign Exchange Contracts • Attorney Trust Accounts (IOLTA, IOTA, IOLA) • Complimentary Internet Security Health Checks ³ These products are offered to clients who meet certain eligibility and suitability requirements. ⁴ Foreign currency accounts (FCAs) are offered by First Republic Bank, Member FDIC. FDIC insurance does not cover FCAs (or Foreign Banking products and services are provided by First Republic Bank, Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender Exchange transactions such as spot or forward contracts) for losses due to devaluation of foreign currency. All loans are subject to First Republic Bank’s underwriting standards and are not available in all markets. For a list of locations, Investment Advisory services are provided by First Republic Investment Management, Inc. Trust and Fiduciary services are offered visit firstrepublic.com/locations. Terms and conditions may apply. This is not a commitment to lend or extend credit. through First Republic Trust Company, a division of First Republic Bank; and First Republic Trust Company of Delaware LLC and ¹ Not all properties are eligible for the Eagle Community Loan Program. Contact your banker for details. First Republic Trust Company of Wyoming LLC, both wholly owned subsidiaries of First Republic Bank. Brokerage services are offered ² Product consists of a two-year, interest-only, revolving draw period followed by a fully amortizing repayment period of the remainder through First Republic Securities Company, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance services are provided through First Republic of the term. Terms and conditions apply, and may differ from your current loan(s). This product can only be used for personal, Securities Company, DBA Grand Eagle Insurance Services, LLC, CA Insurance License # 0I13184, and First Republic Investment family or household purposes and includes limitations on use of funds. This is not a commitment to lend or extend credit. Contact Management, DBA Eagle Private Insurance Services, CA Insurance License # 0K93728. your legal, tax and financial advisors for advice on deciding whether this is the right product for you. Product is not available in all Investment, Insurance and Advisory Products and Services, and Foreign Exchange Transactions, are Not FDIC Insured markets. For a complete list of locations, visit firstrepublic.com/locations. or Insured by Any Federal Government Agency, Not a Deposit, Not Bank Guaranteed and May Lose Value. 64 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 65

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    SM FRC Founders Index Fund SM SM Performance Since Inception — FRC Founders Index Fund (FNDRX ) Performance, net of fees, from FRC Founders Index Fund launch on July 28, 2020, through close on December 31, 2020. As a founder-led company for 35 years with an entrepreneurial client base, 40 SM SM we launched the FRC Founders Index Fund (Bloomberg: FNDRX ) in 2020. First Republic Founders +34.37% Index (FRCFDR) FRC Founders +33.82% Index Fund (FNDRX) This all-cap, equal-weighted mutual fund is designed to track the performance of the 30 SM First Republic Founders Index (Bloomberg: FRCFDR), which is focused on founder- led or -influenced companies and we believe distinctly captures the drive, resilience and +22.99% Russell 1000 EW commitment to culture and long-term vision that such companies inherently possess. 20 +20.45% Russell 3000 Founders bring unique passion, focus and dedication to their businesses. The SM +17.57% S&P 500 First Republic Founders Index is a benchmark of publicly traded companies in which the founder or founders are actively involved and remain a key influence on their 10 strategy and execution. 0 The Fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses must be considered carefully before investing. The statutory or summary prospectus contains this and other important information about the investment company; read it carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus and learn more about the Fund, please email 07/28/20 08/31/20 09/30/20 10/31/20 11/30/20 12/31/20 founders@firstrepublic.com. FRC Founders Index Fund (FNDRX ) gross expense ratio: 0.75% SM SM Investing involves risk, and principal loss is possible. Companies led by their founders involve risks related to ownership and management of the company, including entrenchment issues in which the founder uses his or her position in the company to further his or her personal gain or ambitions, which may negatively affect shareholders. The The performance shown represents past performance. Past performance is no guarantee of future results and current Fund is not actively managed, and the Fund’s adviser will not sell a security due to current or projected performance of performance may be higher or lower than the performance shown. Investment results and principal value will fluctuate a security, industry or sector, unless that security is removed from the Index or the selling of that security is otherwise so that shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. To obtain performance data current required upon a reconstitution of the Index in accordance with the index methodology. The performance of the Fund to the most recent month-end, call (888) 408-0288. Short-term performance in particular is not a good indication of the may diverge from that of the Index and may experience tracking error. The Fund’s investments may be concentrated in Fund’s future performance and an investment should not be made based solely on returns. Performance reflects fee an industry or group of industries to the extent the Index is so concentrated which makes it more susceptible to factors waivers in effect. In the absence of such waivers, returns would be reduced. adversely affecting issuers within that industry than would a fund investing in a more diversified portfolio of securities. Investing in small- and mid-cap companies involves additional risks such as limited liquidity and greater volatility. The Russell 1000 ® Equal Weight Index Fund may invest in foreign securities, which involves political, economic and currency risks, differences in accounting An equal-weighted index of 1,000 large market capitalization U.S. companies. methods and greater volatility. These risks are greater in emerging markets. The Fund is newly organized with no oper- Russell 3000 ® Index ating history, and there can be no assurance that the Fund will grow to or maintain an economically viable size, in which A market capitalization–weighted equity index of the 3,000 largest U.S. traded stocks. case the Trust’s Board of Trustees may determine to liquidate the Fund. It is not possible to invest in an index. S&P 500 ® Index FRC Founders Index FundSM is distributed by Quasar Distributors, LLC. A market capitalization–weighted index of the 500 largest U.S. publicly traded companies. 66 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 67

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    Financial Summary / 2020 Consolidated Statements of Income in thousands, except per share amounts YE AR E N DE D DECE MBE R 31 2 02 0 2 019 2 018 Interest income: Loans $ 3,244,796 $ 2,986,210 $ 2,442,469 Investments 576,484 547,988 540,753 Other 23,889 21,446 25,187 Cash and cash equivalents 7,504 23,835 23,197 Total interest income 3,852,673 3,579,479 3,031,606 Interest expense: Deposits 276,085 500,557 290,040 Borrowings 314,036 314,755 240,458 Total interest expense 590,121 815,312 530,498 Net interest income 3,262,552 2,764,167 2,501,108 Provision for credit losses 157,091 61,690 76,092 Net interest income after provision for credit losses 3,105,461 2,702,477 2,425,016 Noninterest income: Investment management fees 395,304 359,332 341,539 Brokerage and investment fees 50,517 41,035 31,867 Insurance fees 11,655 12,708 10,090 Trust fees 19,484 16,549 14,633 Foreign exchange fee income 49,552 41,026 35,606 Deposit fees 23,713 26,071 24,974 Loan and related fees 27,908 19,819 15,713 Loan servicing fees, net (1,401) 11,348 13,302 Gain on sale of loans 16,987 535 5,616 Gain (loss) on investment securities 3,840 (3,436) 5,202 Income from investments in life insurance 53,503 45,570 40,670 Other income 3,171 6,663 4,233 Total noninterest income 654,233 577,220 543,445 Noninterest expense: Salaries and employee benefits 1,494,400 1,245,526 1,109,228 Information systems 298,632 273,337 241,752 Occupancy 220,752 192,678 152,258 Professional fees 66,494 68,099 60,058 Advertising and marketing 43,135 65,961 60,463 FDIC assessments 44,113 38,759 58,122 Other expenses 258,203 262,101 234,838 Total noninterest expense 2,425,729 2,146,461 1,916,719 Income before provision for income taxes 1,333,965 1,133,236 1,051,742 Provision for income taxes 269,814 202,907 197,914 Net income 1,064,151 930,329 853,828 Dividends on preferred stock 58,725 49,070 57,725 Net income available to common shareholders $ 1,005,426 $ 881,259 $ 796,103 Basic earnings per common share $ 5.85 $ 5.25 $ 4.89 Diluted earnings per common share $ 5.81 $ 5.20 $ 4.81 Dividends per common share $ 0.79 $ 0.75 $ 0.71 Weighted average shares — basic 171,933 167,908 162,948 Weighted average shares — diluted 173,053 169,551 165,612 See notes to consolidated financial statements in our Annual Report on Form 10-K. First Republic Bank / 2020 69

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    Consolidated Balance Sheets dollars in thousands, except share amounts Assets Liabilities and Equity AS OF DECE MBE R 31 2 02 0 2 019 AS OF DECE MBE R 31 2020 2 019 Cash and cash equivalents $ 5,094,754 $ 1,699,557 Liabilities: Deposits: Investment securities: Noninterest-bearing checking $ 46,281,112 $ 33,124,265 Debt securities available-for-sale 1,906,315 1,282,169 Interest-bearing checking 30,603,221 19,696,859 Debt securities held-to-maturity 16,610,212 17,147,633 Money market checking 16,778,884 12,790,707 Less: Allowance for credit losses (6,902) — Money market savings and passbooks 12,584,522 10,586,355 Debt securities held-to-maturity, net 16,603,310 17,147,633 Certificates of deposit 8,681,061 13,935,060 Total deposits 114,928,800 90,133,246 Equity securities (fair value) 20,566 19,586 Total investment securities, net 18,530,191 18,449,388 Short-term borrowings — 800,000 Long-term FHLB advances 11,755,000 12,200,000 Loans: Senior notes 996,145 497,719 Single-family 61,370,246 47,985,651 Subordinated notes 778,313 777,885 Home equity lines of credit 2,449,533 2,501,432 Other liabilities 2,293,230 2,003,677 Single-family construction 787,854 761,589 Total Liabilities 130,751,488 106,412,527 Multifamily 13,768,957 12,353,359 Commercial real estate 8,018,158 7,449,058 Shareholders’ Equity: Multifamily/commercial construction 2,024,420 1,695,954 Preferred stock, $0.01 par value per share; Capital call lines of credit 8,149,946 5,570,322 1,545,000 and 1,145,000 shares issued and outstanding 1,545,000 1,145,000 Tax-exempt 3,365,572 3,042,193 Common stock, $0.01 par value per share; Other business 3,340,048 3,034,301 174,123,862 and 168,620,708 shares issued and outstanding 1,741 1,686 PPP 1,841,376 — Additional paid-in capital 4,834,172 4,214,915 Stock secured 2,518,338 1,897,511 Retained earnings 5,346,355 4,484,375 Other secured 1,818,550 1,433,399 Accumulated other comprehensive income 23,378 5,131 Unsecured 3,113,267 3,072,062 Total Shareholders’ Equity 11,750,646 9,851,107 Total loans 112,566,265 90,796,831 Total Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity $142,502,134 $116,263,634 Allowance for credit losses (635,019) (496,104) Loans, net 111,931,246 90,300,727 Loans held for sale 20,679 23,304 Investments in life insurance 2,061,362 1,434,642 Tax credit investments 1,131,905 1,100,509 Premises, equipment and leasehold improvements, net 403,482 386,841 Goodwill and other intangible assets 227,512 235,269 Other assets 3,101,003 2,633,397 Total Assets $142,502,134 $116,263,634 See notes to consolidated financial statements in our Annual Report on Form 10-K. 70 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 71

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    First Republic Common and Preferred Stock losses on loans and debt securities, as well as for unfunded loan commitments; changes in nonperforming assets; expectations regarding the impact and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic (collectively referred to First Republic Bank’s Common Stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) under the symbol as “COVID-19” herein); projections about future levels of loan originations or loan repayments; projections FRC. At December 31, 2020, the Bank believes that its shares are held beneficially by approximately 200,000 regarding costs, including the impact on our efficiency ratio; and descriptions of assumptions underlying or shareholders. relating to any of the foregoing. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from those discussed in the First Republic Bank’s issues of Preferred Stock trade as depositary shares on NYSE under FRCPrH for the forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, significant competition to attract and retain banking Series H, FRCPrI for the Series I, FRCPrJ for the Series J, FRCPrK for the Series K and FRCPrL for the Series L. and wealth management customers, from both traditional and nontraditional financial services and technology companies; our ability to recruit and retain key managers, employees and board members; natural or other Additional Information and Where to Find It disasters, including earthquakes, wildfires, pandemics or acts of terrorism affecting the markets in which we In accordance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”), First Republic files annual operate; the negative impacts and disruptions resulting from COVID-19 on our colleagues and clients, the reports on Form 10-K, quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, current reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements for communities we serve, and the domestic and global economy, which may have an adverse effect on our the annual meeting of shareholders and other information with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation business, financial position and results of operations; interest rate risk and credit risk; our ability to maintain and (“FDIC”), copies of which are available on the FDIC website at https://efr.fdic.gov/fcxweb/efr/index.html, in the follow high underwriting standards; economic and market conditions, including those affecting the valuation Investor Relations section of our website at firstrepublic.com, or upon written or telephone request to us at of our investment securities portfolio and credit losses on our loans and debt securities; real estate prices First Republic Bank Investor Relations, 111 Pine Street, San Francisco, CA 94111, (415) 392-1400. generally and in our markets; our geographic and product concentrations; demand for our products and services; developments and uncertainty related to the future use and availability of some reference rates, such Forward-Looking Statements as the London Interbank Offered Rate and the 11th District Monthly Weighted Average Cost of Funds Index, as well as other alternative reference rates; the regulatory environment in which we operate, our regulatory This document contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation compliance and future regulatory requirements; any future changes to regulatory capital requirements; Reform Act of 1995. Statements in this document that are not historical facts are hereby identified as legislative and regulatory actions affecting us and the financial services industry, such as the Dodd-Frank Wall “forward-looking statements” for the purpose of the safe harbor provided by Section 21E of the Exchange Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Dodd-Frank Act”), including increased compliance costs, Act. Any statements about our expectations, beliefs, plans, predictions, forecasts, objectives, assumptions, limitations on activities and requirements to hold additional capital, as well as changes to the Dodd-Frank Act or future events or performance are not historical facts and may be forward-looking. These statements are pursuant to the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act; our ability to avoid litigation often, but not always, made through the use of words or phrases such as “anticipates,” “believes,” “can,” and its associated costs and liabilities; future FDIC special assessments or changes to regular assessments; “could,” “may,” “predicts,” “potential,” “should,” “will,” “estimates,” “plans,” “projects,” “continuing,” “ongoing,” fraud, cybersecurity and privacy risks; and custom technology preferences of our customers and our ability to “expects,” “intends,” and similar words or phrases. Accordingly, these statements are only predictions successfully execute on initiatives relating to enhancements of our technology infrastructure, including client- and involve estimates, known and unknown risks, assumptions and uncertainties that could cause actual facing systems and applications. results to differ materially from those expressed in them. Our actual results could differ materially from those expressed or anticipated in such forward-looking statements as a result of risks and uncertainties more fully For a discussion of these and other risks and uncertainties, see the risk factors in our 2020 Annual Report described in the risk factors in our 2020 Annual Report on Form 10-K. on Form 10-K and any subsequent reports filed by First Republic under the Exchange Act. These filings are available in the Investor Relations section of our website. All forward-looking statements are necessarily Forward-looking statements involving such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, statements only estimates of future results, and there can be no assurance that actual results will not differ materially regarding projections of loans, assets, deposits, liabilities, revenues, expenses, tax liabilities, net income, capital from expectations, and, therefore, you are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such statements. Any expenditures, liquidity, dividends, capital structure, investments or other financial items; expectations regarding forward-looking statements are qualified in their entirety by reference to the factors discussed throughout this the banking and wealth management industries; descriptions of plans or objectives of management for future document and in our 2020 Annual Report on Form 10-K and our other public filings under the Exchange Act. operations, products or services; forecasts of future economic conditions generally and in our market areas in Further, any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made, and we undertake no particular, which may affect the ability of borrowers to repay their loans and the value of real property or other obligation to update any forward-looking statement to reflect events or circumstances after the date on which property held as collateral for such loans; our opportunities for growth and our plans for expansion (including the statement is made or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events. opening new offices); expectations about the performance of any new offices; projections about the amount and the value of intangible assets, as well as amortization of recorded amounts; future provisions for credit 72 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 73

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    “Our business model is premised on safety and stability, as well as client trust and satisfaction, Proudly supporting built one relationship at a time by extraordinary our communities. colleagues. As a ‘people-first’ organization, it is our privilege to serve our clients, colleagues and communities.” Hafize Gaye Erkan President and Board Member

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    supporting our communities 35 Years of Community Engagement and Responsibility At First Republic, doing the right thing has always been at the heart of everything we do — from giving back to our communities, with a particular emphasis on underserved neighborhoods, to building a diverse and inclusive organization. 1985 – From its founding in 1985 to today, First Republic continues to be a strong participant in fair and responsible lending and community reinvestment in historically underserved communities. 1990 – First Republic is accepted as the first voluntary member of the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) in San Francisco, originating over $120 million in low-income housing loans. 1993 – First Republic is the first and largest user of FHLB Community Rebuilding Funds to reconstruct the portions of South Central Los Angeles that were hit hardest by the Los Angeles riots. 1996 – First Republic contributes to the expansion of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) into the public school system; later, in 2002, the Bank will be recognized with an award by NFTE for its entrepreneurial leadership and philanthropy. 1998 – Jim Herbert serves as a founding board member on the BASIC Fund, an organization that provides independent or parochial school scholarships to low-income Bay Area families — reaching over 25,000 underrepresented students. The nonprofit was housed in First Republic’s headquarters at 111 Pine Street for over a decade. 2011 – First Republic begins equity investments in minority-owned depository institutions (MDIs) as one of only five financial institutions that answered the call to action to keep Carver Bank in Harlem, New York, afloat after the financial crisis. From 2011 to 2019, First Republic committed a total of $439 million to MDIs, community development financial institutions (CDFIs) and community development corporations (CDCs). 2014 – First Republic is recognized for its commitment to board diversity by 2020 Women on Boards and again in 2017 by Women’s Forum of New York. 2015 – First Republic establishes the Eagle Community Home Lending Program, designed to help individuals in historically underserved communities, including predominantly African American/Black and Hispanic/Latinx communities, and low- to moderate-income individuals, become homeowners. As of December 2020, the Bank has funded $3.6 billion since the program’s inception, and over half of the applicants were minority individuals. 2016 – First Republic establishes a Community Advisory Board to help guide the Bank’s community outreach and reinvestment initiatives. 2018 – San Francisco Business Times recognizes First Republic for its long-standing gender diversity. 2020 – Jim Herbert and First Republic are honored with the Foreign Policy Association’s Corporate Social Responsibility Award. Jim Herbert is also named to the Community Development Advisory Board of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s CDFI Fund. 76 First Republic Bank / 2020

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    supporting our communities Community Advisory Board First Republic’s Community Advisory Board, comprising five recognized and highly respected community leaders, is a key part of our community engagement and outreach. The Community Advisory Board offers advice and strategic guidance on initiatives related to affordable housing, financial empowerment, and small business and economic development. Faith Bautista, Board Member Ann Houston, Board Member John Hope Bryant, Board Chair President and CEO of the National Asian American Coalition Founder and CEO of Opportunity Communities Founder, Chairman and CEO of Operation HOPE CEO of the National Diversity Coalition Chairman and CEO of Bryant Group Ventures and The Promise Ms. Houston is the Founder and CEO of Boston-based Homes Company Ms. Bautista advocates as a major voice for underserved Opportunity Communities, an organization with a mission markets in the halls of Congress; in the California legislature; in to improve the capacity and efficiency of local community Mr. Bryant is an entrepreneur, author, philanthropist and front of key federal legislators, such as the Federal Reserve, developers. Prior to stepping into this role, she led The thought leader on financial inclusion, economic empowerment FDIC, OCC, FHFA, FTC, FCC and SEC; and among Fortune Neighborhood Developers (TND) as Executive Director. and financial dignity. He has served as an advisor to three U.S. 500 corporations. She is a presidential appointee currently During her tenure, TND completed over $85 million of real presidents and is responsible for financial literacy becoming serving as one of the members of the Community Development estate development, including building the Box District, the policy of the U.S. federal government. He has received Advisory Board of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s a recipient of the 2014 Urban Institute Jack Kemp Award hundreds of awards and citations for his work, including being CDFI Fund and also hosts the television show Owning a for Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing. Ms. named one of the “50 Leaders for the Future” by Time magazine, Piece of America. Houston serves on the board of MHIC, a New England CDFI the 2016 “Innovator of the Year” by American Banker magazine lender and investor, and the Multifamily Advisory Board of and one of “The Power 100: Most Influential Atlantans in Mass Housing, Massachusetts’ Housing Finance Agency. 2020” by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. He is the author of bestsellers Up From Nothing, The Memo, How the Poor Can Save Capitalism and Love Leadership. Our Long-Standing Relationship With Operation HOPE Creating pathways out of poverty by providing tools and resources to improve financial literacy Founded by John Hope Bryant in 1992, Operation HOPE has provided financial coaching to more than Susan Ifill, Board Member Janice Jensen, Board Member 2 million adults, primarily in communities of color, COO of NeighborWorks America President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity helping them reduce debt, increase their savings East Bay/Silicon Valley and secure home mortgages. Ms. Ifill is the Executive Vice President and COO of NeighborWorks America. Prior to this appointment, she was Ms. Jensen has more than 30 years of experience in nonprofit Mr. Bryant’s relationship with First Republic Bank CEO of Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City. management, primarily in the fields of healthcare and affordable started at Operation HOPE’s founding and is based She has served on numerous nonprofit boards and currently housing. She serves as Chair of the board of directors for the on a shared commitment to uplifting communities in serves as the Chair of the board of trustees for Cambridge Nonprofit Housing Association of Northern California. She is need. Today, the Bank’s enduring financial support College in Boston and on the Ocwen Financial Community also a board member of Silicon Valley@Home and the Habitat has helped Operation HOPE to expand the reach of Advisory Board. Before entering the nonprofit world, Ms. for Humanity California State Support Organization. Ms. Jensen their pandemic relief and assistance programs. Ifill was the Senior Vice President and Chief Retail Officer served on the Technical Committee for CASA, Committee to In turn, Mr. Bryant brings his decades of experience for Carver Federal Savings Bank in New York. Prior to that, House the Bay Area, as well as the board of governors for the in community development to First Republic’s she was Senior Vice President and Premier Banking Market California Housing Consortium. She was Vice Chair of Habitat Community Advisory Board. Manager at Bank of America. for Humanity International’s U.S. Council and chaired the U.S. Policy Committee. In 2017, the Silicon Valley Business Journal honored her as a “Woman of Influence.” 78 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 79

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    supporting our communities Affordable Housing Amount committed in 2020 to protect and produce $ 100 million affordable housing through the San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund $ 9.2 billion Origination amount for community development loans ¹ “First Republic is a committed funder and strong supporter $ of affordable housing. We firmly believe that collaborative, regionwide partnership is key to addressing this critical 2.0 billion Amount committed to low-income housing tax credit investments ² issue and strengthening local communities.” Rosana Han Percentage of single-family home loans Senior Vice President Head of Community Reinvestment 14.1 percent funded by unit to low- to moderate-income borrowers ³ We are focused on producing and preserving affordable housing in our communities through our Number of programs participated in to 70+ programs lending and investment activities. Through ongoing dialogue with our Community Advisory Board and finance homeownership for low- to moderate- local community groups, the Bank continually evaluates community needs and explores partnership income first-time homebuyers ⁴ opportunities to engage our low- to moderate-income and underserved communities. Furthermore, we have dedicated a team of regional Community Outreach Relationship Managers to focus specifically on outreach to historically underrepresented markets. We are proud to have received a satisfactory Community Reinvestment Act rating for 29 consecutive years. ¹ Loans originated from 2011 through 2020, the most recent reportable time period. ² Amount committed from 2010 through 2020. ³ For loans funded in 2020, the most recent data available as determined by Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (“HMDA”) data. ⁴ As of December 31, 2020. 80 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 81

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    supporting our communities Furthering Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Employee Volunteering and Giving Since 1985, our diversity has been a key to providing extraordinary service. In 2020, we expanded our Since 2015, we have offered employees two paid days to volunteer with charitable organizations that commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion by partnering with Management Leadership for Tomorrow, make an impact on our local communities. In 2020, First Republic increased the number of our volunteers a national nonprofit that equips and emboldens high-achieving Black, Latinx and Native American by more than 20%, with over 2,200 employees volunteering more than 21,500 hours as part of this individuals to secure high-trajectory jobs, while partnering with employers to provide access to a new program. In 2020, we also launched employee matching gift programs for COVID-19 support; diversity, generation of diverse leaders. equity and inclusion; and disaster relief efforts. More than 1,300 employees participated, making meaningful donations to 30 nonprofits. Colleague Communities Colleague Communities offer a place for colleagues to foster networks and build strong relationships Caring for Our Environment and ties between members and allies. These networks embrace our values and further our community We serve more than 100 environmentally focused nonprofit organizations and offer banking and wealth outreach, education and professional development efforts. In 2020, we expanded our number of management solutions for environmentally conscious clients. We have also taken action to manage Colleague Communities from three to eight. our own impact on the environment. In 2020, we engaged Corporate Citizenship, a global strategy consulting practice specializing in sustainable and responsible business, to further identify and focus our environmental impact initiatives. 82 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 83

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    supporting our communities We continue to develop meaningful partnerships with a diverse group of nonprofits supporting the communities in which we live and work. The Posse Foundation University Settlement Society Multiple locations New York, New York Based on the idea that a small group of talented individuals can inspire each other to excellence, The Posse The original settlement house in the United States, University Settlement provides social services to low-income Foundation has provided inspiration to over 10,000 high school students since 1989. Operating in major U.S. and immigrant families in order to fight poverty and systemic inequality. Their pioneering programs in early cities, Posse identifies gifted students who may be overlooked by the traditional college selection process childcare, eviction prevention and financial literacy, and a wide array of other services, help strengthen the and places them in supportive, multicultural teams. Students work together to develop their leadership skills lives of more than 40,000 New Yorkers each year. Today, more than 500 social service professionals on staff and build a sense of community. Since the nonprofit’s founding, Posse Scholars have received over $1.6 billion work alongside dedicated volunteers to uphold the founders’ commitment to meeting the evolving needs of in four-year, full-tuition scholarships from Posse’s partner colleges and universities. their community. 84 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 85

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    supporting our communities Serving Nonprofits: Beyond Banking We are continually looking for ways to best serve nonprofits across our communities. We extend the following educational and networking opportunities to our nonprofit neighbors: Nonprofit Insights Quarterly newsletter featuring articles tailored to nonprofit professionals Financial Education Financial literacy training for employees offered as digital modules covering financial basics, financing education costs, homebuying and saving for the future Fundraisers Alliance Educational group for nonprofit professionals to deepen fundraising skills, share best practices, and learn from peers and best-in-class service providers Leadership Convening Nonprofit events and workshops on topics that matter most to nonprofit leaders, board members and donors Financial Executives Alliance First Republic–administered complimentary networking group that brings together senior nonprofit financial professionals to discuss challenges and best practices COVID-19 Support The Marine Mammal Center Webinars and sector insights on a range of topics related to the pandemic, including Sausalito, California employment law, cybersecurity, virtual fundraising and strategic financial planning As the largest marine mammal hospital in the world, The Marine Mammal Center is a global leader in marine mammal health, science and conservation. Each year, the Center responds to over 10,000 reports of marine Percentage of loans to nonprofit organizations % mammals in distress in California and Hawai‘i, publishes a significant body of research, educates 100,000 visitors, and trains over 100 veterinary professionals and students from around the world. The Center’s award- winning education programs promote action to protect our ocean and inspire future generations to work 25 in our Business Banking loan portfolio (as of December 31, 2020, excluding PPP loans) toward a healthy ocean ecosystem — for the benefit of marine mammals and humans. 86 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 87

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    Executive Leadership First Republic’s leadership team represents considerable depth and experience in the financial industry. Their guidance also reflects extensive institutional knowledge and diverse perspectives. What follows on this page and the next are biographies of our executive team and Board of Directors. James H. Herbert, II, 76, Hafize Gaye Erkan, 41, Jason C. Bender, 51, Robert L. Thornton, 63, Michael D. Selfridge, 53, Michael J. Roffler, 50, David B. Lichtman, 57, Mollie M. Richardson, 42, Founder, Chairman President and Executive Vice President Executive Vice President and Senior Executive Vice Executive Vice President and Senior Executive Vice Executive Vice President and and CEO Board Member and Chief Operating Office President, Private Wealth President and Chief Banking Chief Financial Officer President and Chief Credit Chief People Officer Management Officer Officer Mr. Herbert founded Ms. Erkan joined First Republic Mr. Bender has been with Mr. Thornton joined Mr. Selfridge joined Mr. Roffler joined First Republic Mr. Lichtman has been with Ms. Richardson joined First Republic Bank in 1985. in 2014 and became the First Republic since 1999 and First Republic in 2004 and First Republic in 2012. He in 2009 as Deputy Chief First Republic since 1986 and First Republic in 2003 and Previously, he was the founding President in 2017 and Board managed the Bank’s finance currently serves as President has served as Deputy Chief Financial Officer and was has held positions in various was appointed Chief People Chief Executive Officer, Member in 2019. Prior to department for over a decade of First Republic Investment Operating Officer, Chief Risk appointed Executive Vice phases of lending operations Officer in 2016. She oversees President and a director of First Republic, she held before being appointed Chief Management and President of Officer and Chief Operating President and Chief Financial at the Bank. Mr. Lichtman was human resources and various San Francisco Bancorp from the position of Managing Administrative Officer in 2013. First Republic Private Wealth Officer, and was appointed Officer in 2015. Prior to joining appointed Chief Credit Officer Bank-wide initiatives. Ms. 1980 to 1985. He served as Director and Head of Financial He was appointed Chief Management. He became Chief Banking Officer in 2016. the Bank, Mr. Roffler worked in 1995. In the role of Chief Richardson previously served the Federal Reserve’s Twelfth Institutions Group Strategies Operating Officer in 2016 and is Executive Vice President of He oversees Business Banking, for KPMG LLP for 16 years as Credit Officer, he is responsible as Chief Administrative Officer District member of the Federal at Goldman Sachs, where she responsible for the Bank’s overall First Republic Bank in 2015 and Eagle Lending and banking in a Certified Public Accountant, for promoting the Bank’s credit and Head of Board and Investor Advisory Council from 2018 to worked for nearly a decade, operations and technology, as oversees banking activities for the Northern California; Los five of which were as an audit culture, focused on safe and Relations at First Republic. She 2020 and currently serves as a advising boards and executive well as strategic planning and the Palm Beach region. Prior Angeles; Portland; and Jackson, partner. He serves on the board disciplined lending standards is a member of the Board of member of the U.S. Department management of large U.S. banks secondary loan marketing. He to joining First Republic, Mr. Wyoming, regions. Prior to of directors of the American and practices. B.A., 1985, Vassar Directors for the Network for of the Treasury’s Community and insurance companies. also oversees banking activities Thornton held senior roles at First Republic, he was with Heart Association, Greater Bay College; M.B.A., 1990, University Teaching Entrepreneurship, Development Advisory Board. Ms. Erkan also served on the in the Orange County and Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse Silicon Valley Bank for 18 years, Area. B.S., 1993, Marquette of California, Berkeley. Bay Area, and the YMCA of San Mr. Herbert holds board/ board of directors of Tiffany San Diego regions. B.A., 1992, and Deutsche Bank over a most recently serving as Head University; Stanford Graduate Francisco. B.A., 2001, Sonoma trustee positions with Babson & Co. B.Sc., 2001, Bogazici Swarthmore College; M.B.A., 20-year period. B.A., 1980, Duke of U.S. Regional Banking. B.S., School of Business Executive State University; Harvard College; the San Francisco University (Turkey); Ph.D., 2006, 1999, Stanford Graduate School University; J.D., 1983, Columbia 1989, California Polytechnic Program, 2013. Business School Advanced Ballet Association (formerly Princeton University; Harvard of Business; Harvard Business Law School; Stanford Graduate State University, San Luis Management Program, 2013. Chair); Lincoln Center for the Business School Advanced School Advanced Management School of Business Executive Obispo; M.B.A., 1995, University Performing Arts, New York; Management Program, 2015; Program, 2014. Program, 2014. of San Francisco; Harvard and The BASIC Fund. B.S., Stanford Graduate School of Business School Advanced 1966, Babson College; M.B.A., Business Executive Program in Management Program, 2013. 1969, New York University; Leadership, 2016. over 20-year participant, Chief Executives Organization’s Harvard Presidents’ Seminar. 88 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 89

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    Board of Directors James H. Herbert, II, 76, Founder, Chairman and CEO Pamela J. Joyner, 62, Board Member Mr. Herbert founded First Republic Bank in 1985. Previously, he was the founding Chief Executive Officer, President and a Ms. Joyner is a founding partner of Avid Partners LLC, a strategic marketing consulting firm. Previously, she held senior director of San Francisco Bancorp from 1980 to 1985. He served as the Federal Reserve’s Twelfth District member of the positions at Bowman Capital Management LLC and Capital Guardian Trust Company. She serves on the board of Federal Advisory Council from 2018 to 2020 and currently serves as a member of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s directors of Apollo Global Management, Inc. Ms. Joyner is also a trustee emeritus of Dartmouth College and a trustee Community Development Advisory Board. Mr. Herbert holds board/trustee positions with Babson College; the San of the Tate Americas Foundation, SFMOMA, the Art Institute of Chicago and the J. Paul Getty Trust. She was previously Francisco Ballet Association (formerly Chair); Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York; and The BASIC Fund. Co-Chair of the San Francisco Ballet Association. B.A., 1979, Dartmouth College; M.B.A., 1984, Harvard University; M.A., B.S., 1966, Babson College; M.B.A., 1969, New York University; over 20-year participant, Chief Executives Organization’s Honorary Degree, 2001, Dartmouth College. Harvard Presidents’ Seminar. Katherine August-deWilde, 73, Vice Chair and Board Member Reynold Levy, 75, Board Member / Lead Outside Director Ms. August-deWilde was an executive at First Republic Bank from 1985 to 2015. She served as President from 2007 Mr. Levy serves as a consultant to commercial organizations, nonprofit institutions and individual benefactors. He most and as COO from 1996 to 2014. Previously, she was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at PMI Group. recently served as President of the Robin Hood Foundation and was President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts She serves on the public company boards of TriNet Group, Inc.; Eventbrite, Inc.; and Sunrun, Inc. She also serves on the from 2002 to 2013. Previously, he was President of the International Rescue Committee and a senior executive at AT&T. private company board of OpenGov, Inc., and the nonprofit board of Tipping Point Communities. She was a member He is also the author of five books and has taught at the Harvard Business School and Columbia University. He is a fellow of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Advisory Council. A.B., 1969, Goucher College; M.B.A., 1975, of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a trustee of the Stanford University. Charles H. Revson Foundation and American Ballet Theatre. B.A., 1966, Hobart College; M.A., 1969, University of Virginia; Ph.D., 1973, University of Virginia; J.D., 1973, Columbia University Law School. Hafize Gaye Erkan, 41, President and Board Member Duncan L. Niederauer, 61, Board Member Ms. Erkan joined First Republic in 2014 and became the President in 2017 and Board Member in 2019. Prior to Mr. Niederauer served as CEO of NYSE (2007–2014) and partner of Goldman Sachs. Currently he is a co-founder and First Republic, she held the position of Managing Director and Head of Financial Institutions Group Strategies at Goldman managing member of Transcend Wealth Collective, an independent investment advisory firm. He is a director of Realogy Sachs, where she worked for nearly a decade, advising boards and executive management of large U.S. banks and Holdings Corp. and sits on several additional boards, including the Bob Woodruff Foundation and Team Rubicon. He and insurance companies. Ms. Erkan also served on the board of directors of Tiffany & Co. B.Sc., 2001, Bogazici University his wife, Alison, led the Newmark School’s “Destination of Promise” campaign to build a school for children with autism (Turkey); Ph.D., 2006, Princeton University; Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program, 2015; Stanford and related disabilities. B.A., 1981, Colgate University; M.B.A., 1985, Emory University. Graduate School of Business Executive Program in Leadership, 2016. Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr., 81, Board Member George G. C. Parker, 82, Board Member Mr. Fahrenkopf was President and CEO of the American Gaming Association for 18 years. He is of counsel in the Mr. Parker is the Dean Witter Distinguished Professor of Finance, Emeritus, formerly Senior Associate Dean for Academic Washington, D.C., law firm of Hogan Lovells. He is Co-Chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates. From 1983 Affairs, Director of the M.B.A. Program and Director of Executive Education at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford to 1989, he was Chairman of the Republican National Committee. He is a director of 11 funds within the Gabelli Funds, University. He serves on the board of directors of Colony Capital, Inc., and formerly served on the board of directors of LLC, fund complex. He is also a director of Caesars Entertainment, Inc., and a member of the private company board of Continental Airlines; Tejon Ranch Company; and Threshold Pharmaceuticals, Inc. B.A., 1960, Haverford College; M.B.A., BMM International. B.A., 1962, University of Nevada, Reno; L.L.B., 1965, University of California, Berkeley. Ph.D., 1967, Stanford University. Boris Groysberg, 49, Board Member Professor Groysberg teaches business administration in the Organizational Behavior Unit at Harvard Business School. He is the author of Chasing Stars: The Myth of Talent and the Portability of Performance and co-author of Talk, Inc.: Emeritus How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power Their Organizations; Glass Half-Broken: Shattering the Barriers That Still Hold Women Back at Work; and Wall Street Research: Past, Present, and Future. He has published more than 100 articles, notes and case studies on how firms develop and utilize their talent, and has won numerous awards for his Roger O. Walther, 85, Chairman Emeritus research on managing human capital. B.S., 1994, New York University Stern School of Business; D.B.A., 2002, Harvard Founding Chairman and member of Director’s Loan Committee, Mr. Walther is Chairman of Tusker Corporation, a real Business School. estate management firm. He is a director of The Charles Schwab Corporation, a Chancellor’s Associate of the UCSF Foundation and a member of the Festival Napa Valley executive committee. B.S., 1958, United States Coast Guard Academy; M.B.A., 1961, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Sandra R. Hernández, M.D., 63, Board Member Dr. Hernández is President and CEO of the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF), an independent foundation dedicated to improving the health of the people of California. She is a gubernatorial appointee to the board of Covered California, the California health insurance marketplace, and serves on the board of the Public Policy Institute of California Statewide Leadership Council. Prior to joining CHCF, she was CEO of The San Francisco Foundation, which she led for 16 years. Dr. Hernández previously served as Director of Public Health for the City and County of San Francisco and co-chaired San Francisco’s Universal Healthcare Council. B.A., 1979, Yale University; M.D., 1984, Tufts School of Medicine; Senior Executives in State and Local Government certificate program, Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. 90 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 91

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    Our Values Provide Move forward, Do the right thing. Think positively. extraordinary service. move fast. Respect the team. Take responsibility. Grow. Have fun. 92 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 93

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    Locations Northern Market Square 201 West El Camino Real Marin County 888 South Figueroa Street, 116 East Grand Avenue 575 Madison Avenue Connecticut California 1355 Market Street, Suite 140 Sunnyvale, California 94087 Suite 100 Escondido, California 92025 (at 56th Street) San Francisco, California 94103 (408) 733-8881 750 Redwood Highway Frontage Los Angeles, California 90017 (760) 740-7000 New York, New York 10022 93 Mason Street (415) 487-0888 Road, Suite 1218 (213) 239-8883 (212) 371-8088 Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 San Francisco 10297 South De Anza Boulevard Mill Valley, California 94941 12626 High Bluff Drive, (203) 422-0818 101 Pine Street 405 Howard Street, Suite 110 Cupertino, California 95014 (415) 389-0880 16300 Ventura Boulevard Suites 100 and 400 320 Park Avenue (at 51st Street) San Francisco, California 94111 San Francisco, California 94105 (408) 973-8881 Encino, California 91436 San Diego, California 92130 New York, New York 10022 (415) 262-8767 (415) 975-3877 1099 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95404 (at Elizabeth Street) 1155 California Drive (510) 530-8881 (760) 776-8882 Jackson, Wyoming 83001 (415) 447-0888 (707) 544-8881 New York, New York 10013 Burlingame, California 94010 (307) 264-7888 47 Brattle Street (212) 882-3888 The Presidio of San Francisco (650) 579-2888 224 Brookwood Road Newport Beach Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 558 Presidio Boulevard, Suite A Orinda, California 94563 Southern 3991 MacArthur Boulevard, New York 60 East 42nd Street (617) 218-8488 San Francisco, California 94129 1111 South El Camino Real (925) 254-8993 California (at Vanderbilt Avenue) Suite 300 (415) 561-2988 San Mateo, California 94402 Rockefeller Center New York, New York 10165 New Hampshire 1400 Civic Drive Newport Beach, California 92660 (650) 571-8388 Walnut Creek, California 94596 Los Angeles (949) 756-8828 1230 Avenue of the Americas (Projected opening Summer 2021) 3533 California Street (at 48th Street) Lending Office San Francisco, California 94118 776 El Camino Real (925) 256-6857 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Francisco, California 94122 2550 Sand Hill Road, Suite 100 (925) 820-1777 11770 San Vicente Boulevard (619) 238-9088 2160 Broadway (at 76th Street) New York, New York 10001 Palm Beach, Florida 33480 (415) 564-8881 Menlo Park, California 94025 Los Angeles, California 90049 3130 Crow Canyon Place New York, New York 10024 (Projected opening Summer 2021) (561) 835-8829 (650) 233-8880 (310) 820-1820 8347 La Mesa Boulevard San Ramon, California 94583 (212) 580-8588 1809 Irving Street La Mesa, California 91942 410 10th Avenue (at 34th Street) 300 South U.S. Highway 1 San Francisco, California 94122 2275 El Camino Real (925) 866-1414 431 Wilshire Boulevard (619) 462-6700 148 East 79th Street New York, New York 10001 Jupiter, Florida 33477 (415) 664-0888 Palo Alto, California 94306 Santa Monica, California 90401 249 Main Street (at Lexington Avenue) (Projected opening Spring 2021) (561) 529-8388 (650) 329-8883 (310) 393-8889 1200 Prospect Street, Suite 125 Pleasanton, California 94566 New York, New York 10075 279 West Portal Avenue La Jolla, California 92037 470 34th Street (at 10th Avenue) 4506 PGA Boulevard 400 South San Antonio Road (925) 846-8811 12070 Ventura Boulevard (212) 288-6888 San Francisco, California 94127 (858) 454-8883 New York, New York 10001 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33418 (415) 504-8799 Los Altos, California 94022 Studio City, California 91604 211 South J Street (Projected opening Spring 2021) (561) 812-6888 (650) 559-8810 (818) 752-4777 1110 Camino Del Mar Livermore, California 94550 Del Mar, California 92014 (925) 373-3811 (858) 755-5600 94 First Republic Bank / 2020 First Republic Bank / 2020 95

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    Private Wealth Management Corporate Information stock trading Listed on the New York Stock Exchange: Common Stock Symbol: FRC Preferred Stock Series H, I, J, K, L Symbols: FRCPrH, FRCPrI, FRCPrJ, FRCPrK, FRCPrL Northern 16300 Ventura Boulevard New York Florida California Encino, California 91436 First Republic is a constituent of the S&P 500 (818) 263-8798 Rockefeller Center 241 Royal Palm Way Index and KBW Nasdaq Bank Index. 111 Pine Street 1230 Avenue of the Americas Palm Beach, Florida 33480 San Francisco, California 94111 Oregon (at 48th Street) (561) 835-8829 New York, New York 10020 transfer agent (415) 288-1400; (800) 257-4414 (212) 759-7755; (800) 775-0604 300 South U.S. Highway 1 947 SW Broadway Computershare Inc. and 2275 El Camino Real Jupiter, Florida 33477 Portland, Oregon 97205 Computershare Trust Company, N.A. Palo Alto, California 94306 1001 Franklin Avenue, Suite 100 (561) 529-8388 (503) 525-8800; (888) 848-3680 (650) 329-8883; (866) 818-8883 (at 10th Street) Garden City, New York 11530 4506 PGA Boulevard external counsel 2500 Sand Hill Road, Suite 200 Washington (516) 873-2600 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33418 Menlo Park, California 94025 (561) 812-6888 Sullivan & Cromwell LLP (650) 352-9300 900 Washington Street, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP CONNECTICUT 5100 Town Center Circle, Suite 800 1400 Civic Drive Suite 650 Vancouver, Washington 98660 Walnut Creek, California 94596 56 Mason Street Boca Raton, Florida 33486 Independent Registered (360) 695-6047 (925) 256-6857 Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 (561) 549-2456 Public Accounting Firm 225 108th Avenue, Suite 500 (203) 422-0818 By appointment only 1753 Trancas Street Bellevue, Washington 98004 KPMG LLP Napa, California 94558 Massachusetts (707) 251-4124; (707) 251-4110 (425) 519-8900 Hawaii By appointment only 160 Federal Street 745 Fort Street Mall, Suite 1202 Southern Wyoming Boston, Massachusetts 02110 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 California (866) 810-8919 (808) 524-4477; (866) 524-4477 545 West Broadway By appointment only 1888 Century Park East 284 Washington Street Jackson, Wyoming 83001 Los Angeles, California 90067 Wellesley, Massachusetts 02481 (307) 264-7888 (310) 712-1888; (877) 743-7777 (781) 239-9881 565 West Broadway 1200 State Street Jackson, Wyoming 83001 Delaware Santa Barbara, California 93101 (307) 264-7100 (800) 677-0953 By appointment only 1201 North Market Street, 10th Floor 3991 MacArthur Boulevard, NEW JERSEY Wilmington, Delaware 19801 Suite 300 (302) 888-2988 Newport Beach, California 92660 115 West Century Road, Suite 300 By appointment only (949) 756-8828; (888) 339-3088 Paramus, New Jersey 07652 12626 High Bluff Drive, (866) 320-7793 Suites 100 and 400 By appointment only San Diego, California 92130 (858) 259-2795 Design: Howry Design Associates / San Francisco First Republic Private Wealth Management encompasses First Republic Investment Management, Inc., an SEC-registered Investment Principal Photography: Jamey Stillings Advisor, First Republic Securities Company, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC, First Republic Trust Company, First Republic Trust Company of Delaware LLC and First Republic Trust Company of Wyoming LLC. Project Directors: Rachel Ward and Christine Burger © 2021 First Republic Bank 96 First Republic Bank / 2020

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