Nacha Resources

Nacha offers numerous resources to help you stay up-to-date on industry regulations and expand your skills and knowledge of payments systems. Flexible resources allow you to pursue education when and how it’s convenient for you.

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Faster Payments 101 is an updated version of the Introduction to Faster Payments in the U.S., an industry resource developed by Nacha and its Payments Association member organizations in 2017. The Alliance’s Faster Payments Playbook Project Team has enhanced the tool as part of its broader effort of developing actionable tools to help advance faster payments in the U.S. market.

HERNDON, Va., Nov. 1, 2018 – The number of ACH payments totaled more than 5.6 billion in the third quarter of 2018, a 6.7 percent increase over Q3 2017, according to NACHA. The ACH Network’s strong performance is driven in large part by online and business-to-business (B2B) payments.

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The State of Nacha and ACH

April 23, 2020
Nacha President and CEO Jane Larimer introduces two new videos. One is a look back on 2019's accomplishments, while the other focuses on 2020, including how Nacha is helping the nation during the national emergency.

Phixius Featured in Nilson Report

April 22, 2020
Nacha recently announced it is developing Phixius, an online platform that integrates technology, rules and participants to exchange payment-related information across all payment types. This new platform was featured in the Nilson Report, which covers the global card and mobile payment industry. The article noted: “Phixius is a blockchain-supported data-sharing platform that Nacha will offer in the U.S.

The ACH Network is Delivering Emergency Assistance on Time

April 17, 2020
A couple weeks ago, I wrote to inform you that the ACH Network was ready to handle the federal government’s Economic Impact Payments. This has proven to be true, as our ACH Operators and banks and credit unions of all types and sizes have delivered the initial round of 81 million Direct Deposits, totaling perhaps $150 billion or more, to American families on time on April 15, as instructed by the government.