The markets must be in good shape because First Republic Bank announced on Monday that it launched its initial public offering, after completing a deal in July to purchase the San Francisco private bank back from Bank of America.

In a July interview, Katherine August-deWilde, the bank’s chief operating officer, said that the management team was waiting for “the markets to be right” to take the bank public again.

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