Integrity and Accuracy in Bank Records

          The Bank business records are produced from reliable and accurate reports to management, shareholders, customers, counterparties, creditors, governmental entities, and others.

          Thus, all official records relating to the conduct of the Bank business must be accurate and complete, without restriction or misleading annotation. This means that accuracy involves both factual documentation and ethical presentation.

The Bank does not condone concealed payments via third party accounts.

          ​As in their other responsibilities, employees are expected to be honest, objective, and loyal in their record-keeping responsibilities. As loyalty includes never knowingly being a part of any illegal or unethical activity, there is no excuse for presenting a deliberately false or misleading transaction record.​