“Mastering the complexities of risk management across traditional and emerging payment types is a skill that will continue to increase in value to payments risk professionals and the diverse organizations that employ them. Developed in collaboration with subject matter experts with broad payments risk experience, the Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) credential enables practitioners to demonstrate just that. As we prepare to offer the inaugural APRP exam in March 2018, NACHA and its Board wish to thank the dedicated volunteers from the many organizations that have made this important endeavor a reality, with particular recognition extended to the Regional Payments Associations.”
- Janet O. Estep, President and CEO of NACHA
Our world is changing, and so is what it takes to succeed. It is not enough to master risk management for one payment type. The APRP credential demonstrates that you, or your employees, have mastered the complexities of risk management for ACH, check, wire, debit, credit and prepaid cards, and emerging and alternative payments.
Effectively managing payments risk is crucial for organizations that provide payment services, such as financial institutions, solution providers and processors, businesses and other end-user entities that use these services,and examiners who oversee this activity. Discover what the APRP credential has to offer you and your organization.
Due to an overwhelming positive response from the payments industry, we have reached capacity for the APRP exam and registration is now closed. Registration for the July 2019 exam window will begin this summer.
NACHA launches new effort to build use of ACH payments to grow and retain donors, as well as releases a case study featuring Capital Public Radio, which uses Direct Payment via ACH to retain donors 20 percent longer
NACHA and partner organizations will host a webinar on Feb. 23, as well as highlight the value of Split Deposit during America Saves Week, Feb. 27-March 4, through Direct Deposit and Direct Payment via ACH Month in May.