How financial institutions participate in their communities.
How financial institutions disclose information on customers to third parties.
How many alarms are located at a financial institution.
Employees ability to accept bribes from influential customers.
Be issued immediately upon the establishment of a customer relationship.
Only be available as a brochure in the lobby of the branch.
Be issued to all consumers even if they do not have a "customer relationship" with the financial institution.
Bank Bribery Act.
Code of Conduct
Bank Secrecy Act
Bank Protection Act
Panic and run.
Do exactly what the robber says and stay calm.
Do none of the above.
An internal code of conduct for employees.
How to react during a robbery.
How to be involved in the community.
None of the above.
Soliciting business from friends and family.
Accepting anything of value other than wages, salary, and so forth from anyone in connection with the business of the bank.
Working for more than one employer.
Soliciting anything from anyone in return for any business, service, or confidential information of the bank.
Require employees to acknowledge the receipt of a copy of the Code of Conduct and agree to the adherence of the code.
Establish an "opt out" option for customers.
Set forth rigorous security standards for the bank.
Direct employees how to participate in their communities.
Intermediate Small bank.