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Financial Institutions

Areas of Expertise

Specialized Training

AlliedBarton provides skilled security officers who are knowledgeable, professional and dedicated.
  • Highly specialized training courses
  • On-the-job training
  • Web based continuing education
  • Benchmarking/best practices

Full Customization

Our depth of experience enables us to provide a program designed for your specific needs, including:
  • Office buildings
  • Branch locations
  • Credit card centers
  • Call centers

Why Choose AlliedBarton for Your Financial Institution?

  • Experienced Financial Vice President
  • Specialized Training Programs
  • Depth of Financial Institution Security Experience and Knowledge
  • Outstanding Safety Record and Safety Program
  • Quality Commitment through AlliedBarton|Support CenterSM
  • Proven and Responsive Account Management Model
  • Comprehensive Incident Reporting and Information Management Tools
  • Visitor and Tenant Protection Through Life Safety System Training
Rik Lisko

Rik Lisko

Vice President, Financial Institutions

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Trends and Data Validate Security Strategy

Each year, security directors struggle to increase budgets, even when there is an enhanced need for security. Often, we see security services take a back seat to other business needs because decision-makers fail to see the value in making security enhancements.
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