Tag: Risk & Compliance
The 2020 ACH Audit Guide for Third-Party Service Providers and Third-Party Senders is a publication designed to assist the third-party in completing an annual ACH audit as required by the Nacha Operating Rules.
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Access to the Rules & Guidelines helps to identify new opportunities to leverage the ACH Network to meet customer’s needs, while maintaining a clear understanding of network requirements.
Everyone has a reason for obtaining their AAP, APRP or both. Some want the fame, the fortune and the glory. Others simply want those sought-after letters on their signature. Whatever your reason is, we're glad you're here. Meet a few of our accredited professionals and learn their reason.
In order to file an ACH Rules Violation, you must be a Depository Financial Institution (DFI) or an ACH Operator. If you are not a DFI or Operator, please contact your financial institution and they can file on your behalf.
Nacha's Risk Management Advisory Group (RMAG) recently participated in a simulation exercise of a service provider business interruption. The goal was to gather input and develop a set of sound practices for ACH Network participants when faced with this type of business interruption.
Payments-related regulatory guidance helps to ensure the security and efficient exchange of ACH transactions and other electronic payments. Regulatory bodies such as FinCEN, FFIEC, OCC and others issue and update guidance regularly, and it is important that financial institutions
ACH participants must take action to control risk in any payment system — including the ACH Network. The 6th edition explains the types of ACH payments risk, assesses the operational implications and provides sound business practices for developing an effective risk management program.
Nacha Rule supports understanding and identification of Third-Party Sender relationships by ODFIs
HERNDON, Va., March 2, 2018 – Today, Nacha-The Electronic Payments Association® reported that banks and credit unions have registered 9,403 Third
This comprehensive manual explains the requirements of the Nacha Operating Rules & Guidelines and covers topics such as authorizations, disclosures, processing, funds availability, settlement, error resolution, returns, reversals, retention, audit, all Standard Entry Class Codes and
Third-Party Senders that perform any function of an ODFI are required to conduct an annual audit of compliance with the Nacha Operating Rules. The Third-Party Sender ACH Audit Workbook, available on CD, is designed to assist Third-Party Senders in the completion of their required audit.