As an ODFI, your institution warrants all ACH entries it sends into the Network and will be held liable for any breaches of the ACH Rules. How confident are you in understanding your responsibilities under the rules? This webinar will be extremely beneficial because it is designed to address two main issues:
1. Applying the ACH Rules to everyday processing situations
2. Locating information within the rule book
This program will provide an overview of the ACH Rules book layout and review the Articles most critical to an ODFI’s ACH operations, ensuring you understand your institution’s compliance responsibilities. Don’t forget to bring your 2019 ACH Rules book!
- Review the governing rules of the ACH Network and explain who NACHA is
- Your institution’s responsibilities as an ODFI and how they relate to the Articles in the ACH Rules
- Quickly locate information when you have origination-related questions
- Quick reference of rules and regulations governing ACH origination processing and high-level overview of Articles One and Two of the ACH Rules
- Employee training log
- Interactive quiz
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This informative session is designed for ACH operations and audit/compliance staff.
PLEASE NOTE: The live webinar option allows you to have one internet connection (from a single computer terminal). You may have as many people as you like listen and watch from your office computer.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER – Shelly Sipple, EPCOR
Shelly Sipple joined EPCOR in 2005 following an 11-year career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. As EPCOR’s Director of Certifications & Continuing Education, she designs and conducts education programs in support of ACH to over 2,000 financial institutions and corporate members. Shelly presents at regional and national industry conferences as an ACH payments expert. She received her Accredited ACH Professional designation in October 2006, her Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APNP) in March 2018, and the National Check Professional (NCP) in May 2019. She is an active member of NACHA’s APRP Oversight Panel and holds a Bachelor’s in Business Education.