Branches aren’t going way…61% feel it’s important to have a local branch and typically prefer to apply for a loan or deposit account in a physical branch.*
The investment in your branch and your day-to-day operations is often only as good as your people and the training related to policies, procedures, and internal controls that they receive. Given that branches can vary greatly, not everything can apply from one branch to the next.
- Branch of the Future eBook
- Threats to Branch Operations
- Active Shooter Incident Training Module
- Negligent Entrustment Risk Overview
- Embezzlement Warning Signs
- Opening and Closing Procedures Risk Overview
- Animals in the Workplace
For more, access the Protection Resource Center at www.cunamutual.com/prc.
*PwC’s 2019 Digital Banking Consumer Survey This resource is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice. Please consult your legal advisors regarding this or any other legal issues relating to your credit union. Any examples provided have been simplified to give you an overview of the importance of selecting appropriate coverage limits, insuring-to-value, and implementing loss prevention techniques. CUNA Mutual Group is the marketing name for CUNA Mutual Holding Company, a mutual insurance holding company, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Insurance products offered to financial institutions and their affiliates are underwritten by CUMIS Insurance Society, Inc. or CUMIS Specialty Insurance Company, members of the CUNA Mutual Group.