NACHA Government Relations Update - Dec. 1, 2016

Posted November 30, 2016

NACHA's Government Relations update provides insight on policy matters at the federal and state level that could impact the ACH Network. In this edition: U.S. Treasury Proposes to Adopt Same Day ACH, Targets August 30, 2017 to Begin Receiving Same Day ACH Credits; NACHA Meets with Reserve Bank Operations and Payments Systems Staff and more.

NACHA Enhances ISO 20022-to-ACH Mapping Guide

Posted November 16, 2016

The Guide, which standardizes ISO 20022 payment message mapping for ACH Network transactions, now includes information to map debit transactions, additional credit transactions, rejections and returns, and Same Day ACH transactions. NACHA also releases a case study showcasing the value of the business use of ISO 20022. 

Nearly 4 Million Same Day ACH Payments Transacted Totaling Nearly $5 Billion in October 2016

Posted November 15, 2016

NACHA today released Same Day ACH transaction volume data for October, the first calendar month following Phase 1 implementation on Sept. 23, 2016. 

Board Nominating Committee Announces 2017 NACHA Board of Directors

Posted November 8, 2016

The Nominating Committee of the NACHA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the followin

NACHA Government Relations Update - Nov. 10, 2016

Posted November 7, 2016

NACHA's Government Relations update provides insight on policy matters at the federal and state level that could impact the ACH Network. In this edition: Government Relations Expands Resources on NACHA.org; OCC Announces New Office of Innovation, Delays Decision on FinTech National Charter; FTC Hosts Forum on Peer-to-Peer Payments and more.

​RMAG Conducts Risk Exposure Limits Survey

Posted November 7, 2016

The NACHA Risk Management Advisory Group (RMAG) is conducting a study of the methodologies used b

NACHA Government Relations Update - Oct. 27, 2016

Posted October 24, 2016

NACHA's Government Relations update provides insight on policy matters at the federal and state level that could impact the ACH Network. In this edition: Regulators Propose New Rules to Address Systemic Cyber-Risk, and Potential House and Senate Committee Leaders in the 115th Congress.