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#179568 - 04/14/04 03:46 PM Teller Operation Audit
RobinLH Offline
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I am a teller supervisor at a vrey small new bank. We are about to have our first major outside audit, I remeber some things from the bank i came from, however, I was wondering of anyone knew where I could find some sort of audit check list? At this point any info would be good info.

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#179569 - 04/14/04 03:52 PM Re: Teller Operation Audit
John Burnett Offline
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Robin -- I'm going to move this thread into the Audit Forum. The "Ask a Banker" forum is for non-bankers' use.

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#179570 - 04/14/04 04:34 PM Re: Teller Operation Audit
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Robin, does your bank have an operations manual?

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#179571 - 04/14/04 05:18 PM Re: Teller Operation Audit
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The only Operation Manual we have is one I have been puting together over the last few months.

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#179572 - 04/14/04 05:50 PM Re: Teller Operation Audit
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Are you the operations officer?

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#179573 - 04/14/04 07:28 PM Re: Teller Operation Audit
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The bank I work for is about 2 years old and has only 2 branches, so it's kind of one of thoes situations where everyone is everything. When I started working here there were no training materials or operation material. Now they tell me we about to be audited, and while I am pretty sure i have everything in order, it would be really nice to have some sort of list or something to check against.

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#179574 - 04/14/04 08:59 PM Re: Teller Operation Audit
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If I were auditing your bank my primary concern would be that you do not have a set of procedures to follow. I would attempt to document as best I could what actual practices were and determine what risk they presented, but the fact is that you need an operations manual to operate by, to grade yourself by, and to allow the Board to sign of on your procedures.

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