Online Events

Online Events
Providing you a collection of engaging webinars to serve as a continued resource, beyond banking.
  • Upcoming Live Events
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      The Evolving Health Insurance Market: Strategies to Reduce Costs While Enhancing the Employee Experience

      Join us as the Financial Executives Alliance hosts a conversation highlighting cost drivers of health insurance and healthcare; strategies for how to reduce costs while enhancing the employee experience; and an exploration of new, innovative and safe insurance solutions for your nonprofit.

      Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET

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    • Online Safety for Kids (and You) – presented by Common Sense Media

      The well-being of kids in our digital world requires a whole-community approach and efforts by parents, educators, policymakers and tech companies. Hear from three of Common Sense Media’s top privacy, security and tech policy experts about the role we all play in safely navigating the digital world. They’ll talk about recent research on virtual reality, what you really need to know about online privacy and security, and Common Sense Media’s advocacy efforts to ensure kids’ digital wellness. You’ll walk away from this talk with a better understanding of what’s happening behind the screen and how you can keep kids safe while online.

      Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. PT / 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. ET

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    • Investing in Financial Literacy in 2023

      This April, join us for a discussion with Leanna Haakons, financial expert, media personality and bestselling financial literacy author, to discuss when and how to educate your children on money (and why college is too late), budgeting for coastal living, hot topics for investing in 2023 and more.

      Wednesday, April 26, 2023, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PT / 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET

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    • Q2 Market Update: The Debt Ceiling Debate and Market Impact

      Join Michael D. Selfridge, Chief Banking Officer of First Republic Bank, and Christopher J. Wolfe, Chief Investment Officer of First Republic Investment Management, as they discuss the current market environment. Key topics they will share insights on include:

      • The debt ceiling debate and potential outcomes
      • The impact of reshoring on the global economy and market
      • Investment trends, risks and opportunities

      Thursday, April 27, 2023, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. PT / 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET

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    • Planning a Business Exit: A Conversation with a Business Owner

      Join us for a discussion with business owner Joselyn Raymundo, who has successfully implemented an exit plan for her thriving home infusion company, and hear insights on the importance of owners preparing in advance for their eventual exit from their business. Our panel will lead a discussion on the following topics:

      • What’s the right exit path for me?
      • How do I determine if I’m ready?
      • How do I know what my business is worth?
      • How can I manage the exit process and the running of my company successfully – and simultaneously?

      Tuesday, June 13, 2023, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PT / 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET

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      This year is going to be challenging for many, particularly the emerging managers in the venture capital ecosystem. Our panel will discuss what they’re seeing, experiencing and expecting for 2023 and their advice for emerging managers. If you’re curious about fundraising timelines, minimum viable fund sizes and what limited partners are thinking about right now, spend an hour with this group of experts.

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      This talk will cover revealing topics such as “The 28 Questions All Investors Ask” and what represents a “Minimum Viable Investor Funnel,” providing you with frameworks from which to construct a professional fundraiser — no matter if your startup is barely off the ground or well beyond product-market fit.

    • Year End Planning

      Our panel of senior First Republic Private Wealth Management leaders engage in a collaborative discussion on year-end planning in a tax-changing environment and what to review before year-end, including:

      • Retirement savings
      • Income taxes and capital gains
      • Top items to review annually

    • View this discussion with Stuart Burden, Managing Director with First Republic Investment Management, and Kara Barnett, Head of Communications and Social Impact for First Republic Bank, on evolving and effective approaches to charitable giving and steps you can take today to increase your impact. The topics covered are the key considerations when designing a new charitable giving strategy, equity-oriented grant-making, trust-based philanthropy and maximizing positive change.

    • 3 people standing next to a snow globe with the earth inside

      As the Fed continues tightening rates in an effort to reduce inflation, the markets continue to react. Watch as Christopher J. Wolfe, CIO, First Republic Investment Management and Michael D. Selfridge, Senior Vice President, Chief Banking Officer, First Republic Bank, discuss current events and potential outcomes.

    • An automated teller machine (ATM) lets you make bank account withdrawals and deposits, among other things. Learn more about the ins and outs of using an ATM.


    • In this webinar, acclaimed novelist and memoirist David Goodwillie explains — and simplifies — the often daunting process of writing and selling a memoir. What are the rules of the genre? How “true” do memoirs have to be? How do you go about writing honestly about the people in your life? And what’s the best way to get started? We’ll talk about craft: balancing the vagaries of real life with the necessity of a narrative structure, the tricks of dialogue and exposition, and the ever-important role of revision.

    • Watch a Fireside Chat with author Alana Karen. A 19-year Google employee and the author of Adventures of Women in Tech: How We Got Here and Why We Stay, Alana has her own stories to share as well as those of more than 80 women she interviewed for her book.

    • Watch acclaimed novelist and memoirist David Goodwillie as he explains (and simplifies) the often daunting process of writing and selling a book. How does the publishing industry actually work? Who are the publishers, and what are the different genres? What about e-books, audiobooks and self-publishing? He’ll discuss the process of writing itself: What, exactly, do you want to write — a novel, a memoir or a collection of essays — and how can you get started?

    • Your Fully Charged Life is Meaghan B. Murphy’s master guide to bringing your best self to every moment, even when the pressures of daily life leave you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted and wallowing in negative thoughts (and a pint of your favorite gelato). Spanning health, work, family time and more, Your Fully Charged Life reveals small changes in outlook and habits that yield big results, without ever sacrificing who you are.

    • Michael Bodell, the Deputy Director/Chief Operating Officer of the Petersen Automotive Museum for a virtual tour in the Vault. Discover some of the most iconic and rare cars, motorcycles, and trucks spanning over 120 years of automotive history on the largest guided automotive tour in the United States.


    • Check out this virtual visit to Slide Ranch’s 134-acre farm and coastal land. In the spring, Slide Ranch is buzzing with new life — baby goats in the barn and seedlings in the garden. Guided by the Slide Ranch team, you’ll visit with the goats and sheep, run with them in the pasture and wander through the beautiful organic garden overlooking the coast. While mingling with the animals and meandering among the garden beds, you’ll learn about the ecosystems of Slide Ranch, animal husbandry and organic gardening practices. This will be a fun field trip for all ages.

    • This interactive discussion with O’Connor Professional Group covers the following topics: Parenting trends — the benefits and challenges of raising productive young adults. Pressures on young adults: stress, social media and substances. Entitlement: what it means and how to prevent it. Tips for setting reasonable expectations and promoting resiliency

    • Watch “Original Internet Godfather” Brett Johnson, a former U.S. most wanted cybercriminal, for an entertaining and educational talk covering the latest techniques criminals are using and how to protect yourself.


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      Christopher J. Wolfe, Chief Investment Officer of First Republic Private Investment Management, and Michael D. Selfridge, Chief Banking Officer of First Republic Bank discuss the economy, U.S. policy, financial markets and investment opportunities.

    • Watch this collaborative discussion from our panel of senior First Republic Private Wealth Management leaders on ensuring your estate plan is aligned with your vision.

    • You’re running 1,000 miles a minute getting your company launched. With so many details to manage, it’s no wonder many founders forget about taxes. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the most common tax mistakes startups make and how to avoid them.

    • Watch this 2022 market outlook discussion with Christopher J. Wolfe, Chief Investment Officer of First Republic Private Wealth Management, and Mike Selfridge, Chief Banking Officer of First Republic Bank. They will address the economy, U.S. policy, financial markets and investment opportunities as we enter the new year.

    • Professor Hal Hershfield of UCLA’s Anderson School of Management discusses some of the common financial mistakes we all make as well as evidence-based solutions for them.

    • Watch a collaborative discussion featuring three of our senior First Republic Private Wealth Management leaders, who collectively have over 75 years of industry experience.


    • Steve Schwartz is a master tea blender and the Founder of Art of Tea, a handcrafted tea purveyor based in Los Angeles. Steve has traveled around the world cultivating relationships with farmers and became enamored with the homeopathic effect plants can have on the body and mind. His drive and passion for expanding people’s knowledge of tea is captivating. By combining herbs and botanicals to create unique wellness and flavor profiles, Steve and his team have been able to build a brand that’s garnered national acclaim and awards. In this workshop, Steve will take you through a brief history of tea, what differentiates tea types when all tea comes from the same plant, why steep time and temperature matter when making the perfect cup of tea and more. You will come out of this class one step closer to becoming a tea master.

    • First Republic and Wine Spectator New York celebrate Women’s History Month with an inspiring panel of California women in wine. They discuss their unique perspectives as first- and second-generation winemakers along with their experiences navigating an industry in which only 14% of California’s 4,200 bonded wineries have a woman as their lead winemaker.

    • Check out The Urban Grape’s own TJ Douglas for this very special webinar in celebration of Black History Month, presented by First Republic Bank.

    • Riedel, the family-owned company that has been producing the world’s finest glassware for 265 years! Discover how Riedel glassmakers have utilized shape and design to innovate glassware over 11 generations. As an additional component, the team will be offering an in-depth sensory workshop. Riedel will demonstrate the relationship between glass shape and how it can affect your experience with wine. Guests are welcome to either watch or actively participate at home.

    • In this spirited event master mixologist Blake Tucker creates festive cocktails you can make at home this holiday season. Learn the history of and recipes for three signature cocktails that are sure to impress your guests at your next celebration. To follow along during the event, here are the recipes and instructions for the three cocktails Blake will be demonstrating. 

    • Learn how to taste wine with TJ Douglas, Founder and CEO of The Urban Grape in Boston and co-creator of the Progressive Scale, a unique way of organizing wine by its body, rather than varietal or region, as a way to help you pick the perfect wine for your palate During this webinar, you’ll learn why the Progressive Scale was created and just how it can help you find wines you’ll love, while sipping along with wines chosen for you from our BIPOC collection. You may purchase any of the wines included in this bundle or attend for free and sip whatever is already in your wine rack.


    • Listen to insights from an expert panel as they discuss the outlook as an LP in a post-COVID world, their perspective on leveling the playing field for racial and gender equality, and ways LPs and investors can help dismantle systemic inequity.