Tag: Risk Management
Accredited Payments Risk Professionals (APRP) have mastered the complexities of risk management for ACH, check, wire, debit, credit and prepaid cards, and emerging and alternative payments. The next exam window is July 1-20, 2019.
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The Nacha Operating Rules & Guidelines in print is an essential component of every ACH Network participant’s library, as a valuable hard copy reference and a must for important and required contingency planning purposes.
Subscription access to the 2019 Nacha Operating Rules & Guidelines starts December 31, 2018 and runs through December 31, 2019.
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.
At 36 pages, the criteria for becoming a Nacha Certified Third-Party Sender “is a little daunting when you first look at it.”
That’s what Becky Wagner thought—though she’s quick to add that Nacha helped at every step of the way.
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
Information sharing is a key element in understanding, assessing, and managing risk. Nacha works with the industry and with the Risk Management Advisory Group to address important risk management and fraud prevention topics. Nacha’s risk management team develops tools, guidance
Payments fraud “remains rare” in the U.S., with ACH payments having the lowest fraud rate by value, a new Federal Reserve study found.
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.