When are the FDIC’s revised rules effective?
Will we have to change our existing FDIC Official Signs at teller windows?
We don’t use conventional teller windows or stations in some of our branches. What will the new rules allow us to do with the FDIC Official Sign?
Are safe deposit box services non-deposit products under this rule?
Are FDIC Official Signs required at our ATMs?
Are policies and procedures required by the new rule?
We need to do an Unclaimed Property Auction. If any of you has done one or experienced one before, do you have any resources? I don't know where to begin. We are located in Tennessee if state laws are a factor.
We have a customer who doesn't like the way we manage our safe deposit box entries. We use individual single-use entry tickets and the customer was used to their old bank using a card with running entries for the box. Their complaint is a piece of paper could be lost or an employee bribed to give it to someone who wants to enter the box illegally. We follow all the best practices. We would like to know the best way to handle the customer's concern short of changing the process for over 30 branches. Any suggestions?
Assume we have a single owner account with an attorney-in-fact, the owner dies and the executor wants info on the account transactions prior to death that were initiated by the attorney-in-fact. Can the bank release that info?
How does a durable power of attorney differ from a power of attorney?