Organizations sometimes have their own style guide for internal documents — annual reports, board of directors meetings notes, newsletters or emails, for example — in which capitalization use varies from external public documents.
For example, you might see Bank or Company capitalized throughout an internal piece, even in absence of the full official name.
The following guidelines will help you know when, in general, to capitalize and when to use lower case for business-related terms. ContinueLike it? Share it!