The Republic Bank of Arizona Difference:
So much more than money.
Republic Bank of Arizona doesn't try to be all things to all people, but rather masters at serving the specialized financial needs of businesses and professionals in Arizona.
3 Things to Know About Republic Bank of Arizona
Connecting People to Place by Supporting Local Development
Republic Bank of Arizona is proud to be a part of the Campbell Commons at 32nd Street and Campbell which will house local favorites including the Original ChopShop, Provision Coffee & Roasting, Chloe’s Corner Market and Sugar Rush Bakery and Tuck & Tailor. The uniqueness of the project, along with its seamless integration and potential enhancement of the neighboring Arcadia community really fits the fabric of Republic Bank of Arizona’s mission to support local businesses and create a positive impact in the community.
Customers Won't Be Treated Like Just Another Number
Like in this testimonial from Frank Heldt, owner of 3rd generation Arizona company Heldt Lumber, Republic Bank of Arizona values each one of its clients to the highest regard. "When we banked at a larger corporate bank, we sometimes felt like just a number. Banking at Republic Bank of Arizona, we have a sense that they understand who we are, what we do, and how we do it. I most appreciate the fact that it's a local bank and they make us feel very valued."
An Engaged Staff Who Are Integrated in the Local Community
Republic Bank of Arizona employees participate in a number of charitable and community organizations including ASBA, Rotary, United Way, Cancer Support Community, Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, National Eating Disorders Association, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America, YWCA, and Big Brothers Big Sisters to name a few. Employees also serve on boards, participate in events, and group volunteer for local food drives and other fundraising events.