Document retention sounds like a boring topic until you realize that your bank can be subject to huge monetary damages and possible regulatory action if it doesn’t handle document retention correctly. In the old days, banks could simply keep every document forever to be on the safe side. That isn’t a practical alternative in today’s environment. Nowadays, retaining documents after their useful date can actually harm the bank.
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Effective July 1, 2015, a Kansas bank can reduce its liability for fraudulent electronic fund transfers on a consumer account by revising its Reg E disclosures.
On June 4, 2015, by a 12-1 vote, the City Council of Kansas City, Missouri, passed the Energy Empowerment Ordinance (No. 150299) that will require building owners to disclose energy and water usage.