|Event Date||Thu Oct 24 EDT (almost 2 years ago)|
Hilton Garden Inn Bowling Green
1020 Wilkinson Trace, Bowling Green, KY 42103, USA
This full-day seminar brings you information you need to keep on top of the latest changes in the field of ACH processing. Presented in an easy-to-understand, one-day format, this seminar reviews the basis and structure of all ACH processing - the NACHA Rules. This seminar includes discussion on both receiving and origination. Recent and upcoming changes to the Rules including Expanded Same Day ACH: Moving Payments ("Even") Faster, Quality and Risk Management Topics, Differentiating Among Types of Unauthorized Returns, Rules Compliance Audit Requirements, and Minor Topics Rules changes are discussed in detail. Recent proposed Rules changes including a new capability to utilize the ACH network to exchange non-monetary messaging between DFIs, and limiting the time an RDFI can make a claim against an ODFI’s authorization warranty are reviewed. The annual expansion of and enhancements to the ACH "self-audit" are thoroughly discussed, and the federal ACH examination is highlighted.
Treasury’s Green Book - A Guide to Federal Government ACH Payments and Collections is discussed with a focus on the reclamation process, and Treasury’s triennial updates to 31 CFR 210. An update is also provided on Treasury’s ongoing efforts to expand direct deposit and the utilization of "godirect.gov".
Compliance issues including updated OFAC impacts to ACH processing, suspicious activity reporting (SAR), the federal focus on ACH as part of the annual Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) examination efforts, and the standardization of the garnishment of exempt federal benefits payment processing, are all highlighted. Major areas of ACH risk are addressed, including methods and procedures to minimize risk exposure. This seminar provides attendees with the opportunity to network with other professionals interested in ACH processing and compliance.
Who Should Attend?
Individuals with operational, product management, compliance, risk management and audit responsibilities will benefit from this program. As a result of this program, attendees will have the basic framework needed to better understand ACH processing and compliance.
Mark W. Dever
Vice President, ProBank Austin
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