2012 Payments System Awards - Call for Nominations

Posted January 15, 2012

2012 PAYMENTS SYSTEM AWARDS
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

NACHA Councils Elect Chairpersons For 2012-2014

Posted January 10, 2012

NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association announces the election of chairpersons for three of its councils

NACHA Announces 2011 Payments System Awards Recipients

Posted April 5, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas, April 5, 2011 – NACHA — The Electronic Payments Association today announced the recipients of its 2011 Payments System Awards. The winners are being recognized during the Payments Systems Award Luncheon, sponsored by TD Bank, at NACHA’s PAYMENTS 2011 conference.
 
The Payments System Awards recognize outstanding individuals and organizations for their superior leadership, innovation, and excellence in the development, implementation, or advancement of electronic payments.

IAT Processing and the “Effect of Illegality”

Posted 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.”

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

Posted 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.

NACHA Announces 2010 Payments System Awards Recipients

Posted April 27, 2010

SEATTLE, April 27, 2010 — NACHA—The Electronic Payments Association today announced the recipient

Direct Access Registration Requirements For Originating Depository Financial Institutions [1]

Posted March 29, 2010

All ODFIs must register their Direct Access status with NACHA no later than June 18, 2010. ODFIs that have already registered their Direct Access status with NACHA do not have to register again unless their Direct Access status changes.

Corporate Account Takeovers Can Lead to Fraudulent Transactions

Posted 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.