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For the map in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear, see Banking House.

"An iconic encounter for LA SWAT forces, this map depicts an assault on a major bank. The focus is on providing a sense of progression for attackers as they make their way through progressively more fortified areas of the building."
— Ubisoft Description

Bank is a map featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It recieved a minor rework in the Crystal Guard expansion. The map returns in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Mobile.


  • 9 Trapdoors
  • 3 Attacker spawning locations
    • Parking Front
    • Jewelry Front
    • Alley Access
  • 4 Defender objective locations
    • Bomb
      • 2F Executive Lounge & 2F CEO Office
      • 1F Staff Room & 1F Open Area
      • 1F Teller’s Office & 1F Archives
      • Lockers & CCTV Room (Basement)
    • Secure Area
      • 2F CEO Office
      • 1F Archives
      • 1F Open Area
      • B Lockers
    • Hostage
      • 2F CEO Office
      • 1F Teller’s Office
      • 1F Staff Room
      • B Vault

Map Layout[]


  • There is graffiti which can also be found in Watch_Dogs.
  • The companies featured on the ticker are companies from Watch_Dogs.
  • There is a billboard for Brewsed Up, a bar from Watch_Dogs.
  • The piece "Dance of the Tumblers" by Rimsky Korsakov can be heard in this map.
  • The bank is named as Prestige National bank.
  • In the garage section, a Humvee can be found with Montange's Icon marked on it.
  • Bank and several other maps were rebuilt from the ground up in the Crystal Guard expansion to bring them in-line with the game's current technical standards. The following minor changes were made:
  • Exterior Boulevard vehicles were moved to new locations to prevent runout eliminations.
  • Seceral Low Roof and High Roof skylights were blocked to prevent unfair firefights.
  • Line of sight into the exterior Back Alley were adjusted to prevent spawn peaks.
  • The exterior Terrace was updated to prevent spawn peaks.
  • Filing cabinets between the 1F ATMs and 1F Lobby were removed to prevent easy shots into the interior balcony.
  • All metal bars were removed from B Vault to increase the ease of shooting.
  • A new alleyway named Extrrior Side Alley was added to connect Exterior Boulevard and Exterior Back Alley.
  • The Hatch in 1F Lobby now leads to B Vault.
  • Railing in 2F Skylight Stairwell was made destructible.