Bank tellers have many responsibilities within their organization. In addition to processing customer transactions and providing quality customer service, they are responsible for ensuring their actions are in compliance with banking rules and regulations.
Deposit accounts are a necessity for all financial institutions. There are several laws and regulations that surround deposit accounts, the transactions that occur within them, and related products and services.
Banking laws and regulations have existed for decades however since the financial crisis beginning in 2008, the amount of regulations have grown significantly, mostly in part due to the enactment of the Dodd Frank Consumer Protection Act of 2010. It is imperative that lenders, loan operation staff, management and board of directors are aware the compliance rules when accepting and originating applications for credit at their banks.
In the past few years work environments have been flooded with devices that allow users to access their email and work files any place, any time. Banks are no exception. In this course we look at how banks can manage employee mobile devices that access bank and customer information.
Banks, like all businesses, rely heavily on information. In addition, banks are subject to regulations regarding how they handle information. For these reasons, information security is a key concern for banks.