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Nacha creates broadly adopted payment and financial messaging rules and standards through consensus-led governance, international collaboration, and innovative development practices. We continually advance the ubiquitous ACH Network and engage diverse stakeholders to accelerate a digital future of global financial services interoperability.

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IAT Processing and the “Effect of Illegality”

September 20, 2010
This ACH Operations Bulletin provides guidance to Participating DFIs on their obligations for the timely processing of International ACH Transactions (IAT), and the application of the rule provision on the “Effect of Illegality.”[1]
Operations Bulletin

Impact of Federal Reserve Overdraft Opt-In Rule on RDFIs and ACH Payments

July 2, 2010
This ACH Operations Bulletin provides guidance to ACH Network participants, particularly Receiving Depository Financial Institutions, on the application of the Federal Reserve Board’s recent amendments to Regulation E on overdrafts to a specific class of ACH transactions.[1]
Operations Bulletin

Corporate Account Takeovers Can Lead to Fraudulent Transactions

December 2, 2009
This ACH Operations Bulletin provides information to Participating Depository Financial Institutions about “corporate account takeover” – a specific type of cyber-crime that is targeting small- and medium-sized business customers of financial institutions.
Operations Bulletin

ACH Operations Bulletin: Unlawful Internet Gambling Transactions

January 12, 2009
This ACH Operations Bulletin describes the obligations of participants in the ACH Network under a new regulation implementing the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, which were issued on November 12, 2008 by the Federal Reserve Board and the U.S. Department of the Treasury (the “Regulation”). 
Operations Bulletin

Nacha Board of Directors Policy Statement on Direct Access

July 30, 2008
This policy addresses the importance of DFIs registering their direct access relationships with Nacha and following prudent risk mitigation techniques, including adherence to best practices, for the duration of these relationships.
Operations Bulletin