No Fly Means No Entry At Deutsche Bank


We hear Deutsche Bank’s super-suped-up security extends beyond just the beefy armed guards patrolling the street outside its headquarters at 60 Wall. Yesterday apparently a consultant who was scheduled to attend a meeting at the bank was denied entry because his name appears on the federal “no fly” list.
“It was the most intense security I've seen, except for maybe the Israeli consulate,” a source who was present when the consultant was denied entry tells DealBreaker.
In our experience, security measures vary a good deal from bank to bank. You can practically just walk into some, while others like Deutsche Bank are locked down tighter than the Pentagon. We're curious about security where you work. Leave a message in the comments section below describing security measures at your bank or at banks you’ve visited.


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