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ADA compliance for banks

​Resources for bank executives and real estate professionals on maintaining ADA compliance across your entire branch portfolio

Making branches ADA compliant

More than a year after a major overhaul of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) when into effect, banks are still struggling to be ADA compliant across their entire brand portfolios. When you consider that multiple bank locations share the same general construction layout, a violation in one location can be multiplied by hundreds across the country, leaving the financial institution open to significant litigation risk, and fines up to $110,000.

How can you make sure your branches meet federal regulations to avoid non-compliance costs? This report offers several steps to get started.

Download the paper.

ADA regulations: What bankers need to know (and do)

Although ADA regulations have been in effect for over two decades, particularly with recent updates, many questions persist within the banking community. This Financial Managers Society article by JLL's Kevin Hughes addresses some of the most common questions he hears from bank executives, including: 

  • How ADA affects bank operations
  • What happens if any of your branches are found in non-compliance
  • How to mitigate ADA non-compliance risk

Download the article.