In the 8 states in which Washington Federal operates, all allow the open carrying of firearms. The bank does not plan to implement a "No Firearms" procedure, but I am looking for guidelines on how other banks handle internal procedures, fears and police involvement when the actions are intimidating. I'm not talking about robbery or threatened violence; that is well covered in our procedures. Instead, how to handle colleague reactions and their interaction with visitors that are armed.
What are the challenges of an email-based invoice routing system?
Some of my branches have their vault money split 60/40 and kept in 2 separate vaults. Is this a common practice for most institutions?
Do you have an industry standard for Fraud Losses? (If possible, by debit card, ACH, check, etc).
If a financial institution discovers a crime or fraud and wants to notify law enforcement, what if anything is needed before records/documents are turned over to help with the investigation?