First Republic Bank in San Francisco expects its founder to return from medical leave next month.
The $173 billion-asset bank disclosed in a regulatory filing the co-CEO Jim Herbert will be back on April 4. He has also been reappointed to the board.
The leave of absence began on Jan. 1 and was expected to last six months.
First Republic also announced in January that it had begun a search for a new CEO after co-CEO Hafize Gaye abruptly stepped down. Mike Roffler, the bank’s president, has been serving as interim co-CEO.