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IT Asset Disposal Policy
Contributed by:CIO‚ Technology
Asset size: Bank with between $500m - $1b
Location: West
Description: This asset disposal references IT equipment but could be edited for other assets.

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20 Documents 31 Answers 110 Exam Watches 9 Vendor Reviews

Loan Workout Policy
Asset size: with between $500m - $1b
Description: Loan Workout Policy that incorporates guidance for workouts, classified assets and TDRs. Drafted by the Special Asset Manager. Has been reviewed by the FDIC and approved by the Bank's BOD.
Identity Theft Prevention Program
Asset size: with between $500m - $1b
Description: Identity Theft Red Flag Policy with sample letter and Red Flag worksheet; 16 pages.
GLBA & IT Infomation Security Risk Assessment
Asset size: with under $250m
Description: This GLBA\Information Security Risk Assessment and IT Risk Assessment is 21 pages and covers all aspects of Information Security. It has been continuously refined over the last eight years. The assessment has been well received by IT auditors, State Examiners, and FDIC. The Risk Assessment Methodolgy and Risk Assessment Device Classification are two other documents available in cbanc that support this risk assessment module.


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Official Check Policy
Asked by: AVP,‚ Human Resources
Asset size: Bank with
Location:MN

What is your policy for official checks? Do they need to be signed by an officer of the bank if over a certain dollar amount? How many signatures are required for Bank Money Orders, Cashiers Checks?
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Answered by:VP, ‚ Retail Banking/Branch Operations
Asset size: Bank with under $250m
Location: CA

We are a Commercial Bank with $210MM in assets.

We do not offer Money Orders.
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Retention guidelines- best place to look?
Asked by: VP,‚ Audit
Asset size: Bank with
Location:WI

Small community bank in Wisconsin. FDIC is our regulator. I am looking for the best resource(s) to use to develop a bank wide retention policy for both electronic (emails, data files) and non-electronic (loan paid files, deposit and operations records,etc) items. Right now retention is handled at the department level. Prefer something very comprehensive and user friendly where I can pick out the items that we work with and clearly determine how long we need to retain it. Also needs to pass regulator scrutiny. A vendor or data base that regularly updates would be really cool. Thank you
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Answered by:VP, ‚ Back Office/Deposit Operations
Asset size: Bank with over $1b
Location: CA

I recommend that you look to your state and federal regulators as well as bank communitie...


RELATED EXAM EXPERIENCES:
State Regulatory - S&S | July 2011
exam experience posted by a AVP‚ Compliance/BSA/Legal from member with under $250m in assets
Detail of board and audit committee meeting minutes, detail of Asset/Liability Management policies & ALCO meeting minutes
FDIC - S&S | October 2011
exam experience posted by a SVP‚ Lending/Credit/Loan Admin from member with under $250m in assets
Heavy emphasis on investment portfolio
FDIC - S&S | May 2012
exam experience posted by a CCO‚ Lending/Credit/Loan Admin from member with under $250m in assets
FREQUENCY OF READING FIL'S, INTERAGENCY GUIDANCE AND REQUIRING CCO TO BE LEAD ON CALL REPORT

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