Frontier Bank New Level o Seeks Security

Fest, Glen
November 2004
Bank Technology News;Nov2004, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p55
Trade Publication
The article informs that Frontier Bank of LaGrange, Georgia, seeks new level of security. Frontier Bank has only two simple requirements for its new customer identity program, keep the gates up, but the costs down. The $505 million community bank in West Central Georgia was already challenged in meeting stringent CIP requirements of the USA Patriot Act finalized a year ago. New account holders had to be verified to near certainty and screened against the OFAC database and other government watch lists to thwart crooks, scam artists and potential terrorists.


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