The flashcards provide a hands-on study aid for those planning to sit for the AAP Exam. Highlighting the six areas of focus for the AAP Exam, this is a great self-study tool to help registrants prepare for the exam and earn their accreditation. Timeframes, SEC codes, participant responsibilities and most of the need to know information is covered in this set.
Includes: 2018 NACHA Operating Rules and Guidelines ACH Compliance Manual ACH Product and Marketing Handbook Revised UCC4A and the ACH Network AAP Flashcards (available late Spring 2018) ACH Pro CD 2
ACHPro 2018 is a self-paced, computer-based training program developed to increase your knowledge of the ACH. ACHPro has been developed to promote knowledge of the ACH network. This tool can be used to evaluate your level of expertise of the ACH and related payment systems, and to identify those areas that may require additional development. ACHPro was designed to make learning fun.
NACHA rules require every ACH payment entering or exiting the United States to be identified and formatted as an International ACH Transaction (IAT) and EACH transaction must be reviewed for OFAC compliance. Every financial institution needs to understand how it is impacted by the new NACHA rule. Penalties for non-compliance with OFAC's regulations can be severe.
This publication includes all IAT changes to the NACHA Operating Rules since 2009, mapping for Identification of Additional Parties in For-Further-Credit/Debit-To Model, OFAC compliance and responsibilities of financial institutions and Gateways.
Explores developments made possible by the advent of Same Day ACH. The publication delves into new product and service opportunities afforded FIs with Same Day ACH, as well as detailing steps to implementation and preparedness on an operational front.
These convenient two-part carbonless forms are an essential tool for financial institution personnel when customers question ACH debit transactions posted to their accounts. Includes thorough descriptions of what constitutes a revocation of authorization, an unauthoried debit, or an improper debit (for RCK, ARC, and POP entries), along with prompts to operations staff as to the correct return reason code to use.