To help fight financial crime and terrorist financing, the U.S. Government passed a new regulation making it mandatory for financial institutions to collect information on beneficial owners of legal entity clients. This regulation was enacted to provide greater transparency into company structures where the people behind the structure may be hidden, and to better protect the U.S. financial system. Read more
When a Secure encrypted Mail message is sent to you from Boston Private, you will receive a separate email notification from the sender that will contain instructions on how to retrieve the encrypted message. Here are instructions on how to use the tool. Read more
February 22, 2018 | Spendable Balance provides you more details about the amount of money you have available to use, allowing you to better plan for your near-term cash flow. Now, future payments and transfers will be reflected, giving you an even more accurate picture without having to pull out your calculator. Read more
February 9, 2018 | The Internal Revenue Service has issued an advisory bulletin to all tax professionals, employers, and other tax payers about tax form related phishing campaigns, including several new variations that combine W-2 scams with business email compromise (BEC) and wire transfer fraud. Read more
The Sub-User Administration tool gives the designated Business Online Banking Sub-User Administrators (SUA) the ability to create, modify, disable and delete other administrators and sub-users on behalf of company. Sub-User Administrators can assign basic account services, access levels and request security tokens for each cash management service per sub-user. Read more
Instructions for how to change an account nickname. Read more
When creating accounts online, banking or otherwise, it is recommended that you create a strong password that is difficult to crack or guess. A strong password should aim to be 12 characters, contain numbers, symbols, capital letters, lower case letters, cannot be found in a dictionary and would not be obvious to someone who has had a conversation with you. It seems complex and hard to remember—provided below is a way to decide on a new password. Read more
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