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Season 2, Episode 5: Author Shola Richards on the Power of Positivity

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Have you registered for Smarter Faster Payments 2023? You should. Here's why.
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Some of Nacha’s top leaders were among those informing and enlightening participants at AFP 2022 in Philadelphia.
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Today, Nacha announced the launch of PaymentsIQ by Nacha. This user-friendly online resource allows payments professionals to access more than 100 on-demand courses on topics across the payments ecosystem, ranging from the latest enhancements to the ACH Network to risk management and cryptocurrency.
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Introducing PaymentsIQ by Nacha: The payments education that works with both your schedule and your wallet.
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Season 2, Episode 2: Registration is Open for Smarter Faster Payments 2023, the Premier Payments Conference

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Today, Nacha, the U.S. Faster Payments Council (FPC) and our nation’s Payments Associations announced a first-of-its-kind alliance to create the Accredited Faster Payments Professional (AFPP) program. This partnership demonstrates a cross-industry collaboration to benefit the entire payments community.
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HERNDON, Va., Sept. 20, 2022 – In honor of National APRP Recognition Day, Nacha will pay tribute to 717 Accredited Payments Risk Professionals, including 145 newly-credentialed professionals who recently passed the 2022 APRP exam.

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"There's always something new to learn" in the payments industry, says the 2022 Dean of the Payments Institute, Mary Gilmeister, who shares why it's important for payments professionals to attend.
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Episode 9: Smarter, Faster Payments 2022: Together Again is a Good Place to Be

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Feb. 8 is National AAP Recognition Day, when we recognize the 4,500 payments professionals who have earned this prestigious accreditation.
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A review of the changes to the Nacha Operating Rules in 2021, and what's coming in 2022.
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The APRP exam tests for comprehensive risk management knowledge across all payment types, including check, wire, debit, credit and prepaid cards, emerging and alternative payments, and ACH.
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Like peanut butter and jelly or ice cream and hot fudge, fintechs and financial institutions can be a great pairing. But there’s a lot for both sides to think about when considering a partnership.
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It’s expensive to be poor and unbanked. When a population is left out of the financial system, every transaction has to be done in person, which means walking and sometimes for hours, to pay for goods and services. And to move money, i.e. traveling in cash, from the big cities to rural areas is equally costly and even risky.
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A panel of end users and practitioners discusses the key features and drivers of the FedNow Service – and whether they tend to adopt the new payments system when available – as well as how new payments rails may have changed their business models.
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Payments Remote Connect builds on yesterday’s sessions and we invite you to try out something new by attending one of the lunch and learns that launch today. However, before we meet for lunch, we hope you’ll join us for our keynote address this morning, which touches on the importance – and the power – of perceptions in the workplace, key relationships needed to ensure your success, and the role authenticity plays in being a powerful leader.
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L’chaim! Proost! Cheers! However you offer a toast, be sure to bring a glass to raise as you join us tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. ET for the NEACH Payments Group Comedy Show. We’ve got a drink idea to go with the show.
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Speaking at the fifth annual Federal Reserve Town Hall at Smarter Faster Payments Remote Connect, Mark Gould, the Federal Reserve’s first Chief Payments Executive, said a key objective is collaboration with stakeholders to “improve the payments system broadly, with a focus on the speed, safety, and efficiency of domestic and cross-border payments.”
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The last year and a half was turbulent, but through it all the ACH Network delivered for Americans when they needed it most, while also preparing for a strong future, Nacha President and CEO Jane Larimer said.