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  • Contains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits

    These short courses provide a clear definition of specific technology and provide examples for your entire staff to learn and understand.

    These short courses provide a clear definition of specific technology and provide examples for your entire staff to learn and understand. Modules included: ISO 20022, The Evolving Payments Landscape, the Faster Payments Task Force Effectiveness Criteria, Directories, Blockchain, AI and Machine Learning, and APIs Application Program Interfaces.

    Attendees will leave the session will better able to:
    • Examine opportunities in digital payments
    • Assess and question vendor solutions

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 0 Product(s)

    Designed for those with little experience in the payments system, the Introduction to ACH Certificate provides a preliminary review of the ACH Network, including Standard Entry Class Codes, the ACH Rules and introductory courses in risk, exception process and government payments. To earn this certificate, nine (9) credits must be earned and an evaluation submitted for each course attended.

    Designed for those with little experience in the payments system, the Introduction to ACH Certificate provides a preliminary review of the ACH Network, including Standard Entry Class Codes, the ACH Rules and introductory courses in risk, exception process and government payments. To earn this certificate, nine (9) credits must be earned and an evaluation submitted for each course attended.

    Designed for those with little experience in the payments system, the Introduction to ACH Certificate provides a preliminary review of the ACH Network, including Standard Entry Class Codes, the ACH Rules and introductory courses in risk, exception process and government payments. To earn this certificate, nine (9) credits must be earned and an evaluation submitted for each course attended.

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      • Individual Associate Membership - $100
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $100
      • FI Trial Membership - $100
      • Financial Institution - $100
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $100
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $100
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $100
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $100
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course is designed to create a common language and understanding between Operations, Legal, and Compliance regarding every institution’s obligations for balancing ACH and AML responsibilities.

    This course is designed to create a common language and understanding between Operations, Legal, and Compliance regarding every institution’s obligations for balancing ACH and AML responsibilities. Using actual case studies, we will explore how transactions that automatically post to an account can trigger an AML investigation, including reporting and account remedial actions, to remain in compliance with law.

    In this session attendees will:
    • Compare transaction posting via ACH with AML obligations
    • Define “actual knowledge” and “constructive knowledge”
    • Examine how transactions can trigger an institutions’ AML responsibilities
    • Document remedial actions under BSA, including remedial account handling & future transactions

    Rayleen M. Pirnie BCJ, AAP, CERP

    Director, Risk & Fraud

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Using corporate ACH, businesses can receive information to help automate internal processes, such as matching account numbers for payments, invoice and purchase order numbers necessary for internal accounting functions, and more.

    Using corporate ACH, businesses can receive information to help automate internal processes, such as matching account numbers for payments, invoice and purchase order numbers necessary for internal accounting functions, and more. This automation can save a business money and reduce internal processing errors, help control internal risks, and increase overall payment efficiencies. This course is designed for current or perspective businesses of any size who wish to explore automation of B2B payments.

    In this session attendees will:
    • Compare B2B via ACH vs. other payment methods 
    • Describe the advantages of B2B via ACH 
    • Explore tips to help you discuss B2B ACH with your financial institution 
    • Analyze what to expect during a typical set-up phase and ongoing maintenance for payments

    Rayleen M. Pirnie BCJ, AAP, CERP

    Director, Risk & Fraud

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Using corporate ACH entries, businesses can receive information to help automate internal processes, such as matching account numbers for payments, invoice and purchase order numbers necessary for internal accounting functions, and more.

    Using corporate ACH entries, businesses can receive information to help automate internal processes, such as matching account numbers for payments, invoice and purchase order numbers necessary for internal accounting functions, and more. This automation can save a business money and reduce internal processing errors, help control internal risks, and increase overall payment efficiencies. 

    This course is designed for institutions who want to better understand the B2B environment to help their business clients transition to ACH from other payment methods.

    In this course, attendees will:
    • Compare B2B via ACH vs. other payment methods
    • Describe the advantages of B2B via ACH
    • Explore tips to help you discuss B2B ACH with your business clients
    • Analyze appropriate ACH Rules governing these transactions

    Rayleen M. Pirnie BCJ, AAP, CERP

    Director, Risk & Fraud

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    There used to be a time when authorizations consisted of a piece of paper and a signature. Then it evolved to phone calls and online authorizations.

    There used to be a time when authorizations consisted of a piece of paper and a signature. Then it evolved to phone calls and online authorizations. That evolution happened because of the needs of the consumer and the technology that was available, so it’s safe to say the authorization process will never be that simple again since technology is always changing. In this session, the presenter will go over the recent changes to the authorization process that allows consumers to have a standing authorization with a company and at regular intervals initiate a debit to their account using various devices in the house.

    In this session attendees will:
    • Compare the different definitions of authorizations. 
    • Distinguish when an authorization is a standing authorization and the different SEC Codes that can be used for Entries. 
    • Apply the alternatives solutions for ODFIs and Originators for not providing proof of authorization.

    Sandy Ortins AAP, APRP, NCP

    SVP, Operations

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Financial institutions are sometimes reluctant to use Nacha’s Arbitration and Rules Enforcement process.

    Financial institutions are sometimes reluctant to use Nacha’s Arbitration and Rules Enforcement process. This session is intended to address the components of this process: Compensation, Arbitration and Rules Enforcement, in a manner that can be easily understood by financial institution members, and hopefully, in a way that will seem less intimidating. For example, members who have not previously submitted a Rules violation may not have done so, because the assumption was made that the process is time-consuming and overwhelming. This is something that can be done online, and such submissions support a more compliant ACH Network.

    In this session attendees will:
    • Develop procedures for submitting or responding to a potential Rules violation 
    • Understand how Rules violations are handled, as well as the available options: compensation, arbitration or Rules enforcement 
    • Discover how reporting a Rules violation can benefit your financial institution, and support the integrity of the ACH Network

    Kathy Shea AAP, APRP, CAMS, NCP

    Director, Education

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    During ACH audits, we sometimes find that there are issues on how stop payments are placed, with regard to expiration dates, one time or recurring stops, and how corporate customers have to renew stop payments if they want them to be in effect following the six month timeframe.

    During ACH audits, we sometimes find that there are issues on how stop payments are placed, with regard to expiration dates, one time or recurring stops, and how corporate customers have to renew stop payments if they want them to be in effect following the six month timeframe.  The front line as well as call center staff are often the ones who receive stop payment requests from customers or members, and turn to Operations staff whey they have questions.  Ensuring that Operations staff is educated on all stop payment parameters helps to make sure the intent of the customers or members is understood and reflected on how the stop payment is placed.

    In this session attendees will:
    • Identify the timeframes and requirements surrounding placing stop payments for consumers vs corporate customers 
    • Recognize the real intent of the customer or member who is asking to place a stop payment 
    • Discover the Rules as they apply to handling lost, stolen or destroyed official bank checks

    Kathy Shea AAP, APRP, CAMS, NCP

    Director, Education

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The International ACH Transaction was introduced in 2008 to address the requirement of the Office of Foreign Asset Control and payments through the ACH.

    The International ACH Transaction was introduced in 2008 to address the requirement of the Office of Foreign Asset Control and payments through the ACH. At the time, Members successfully adapted to the varied and complex requirement of IATs.

    But are New England Financial Institution using IATs to their full extent? The rise of global payments has not slowed. Some statistics state that over 80% of small businesses have a need to make an international payment. Are your customers/members seeking alternatives digital solutions to your institution in making international payments?

    This session will remind you of the reasons, uses, and possibilities of IATs.

    Attendees will leave the session better able to:
    1.Summarize the reasons the IAT Standard Entry Class Code was introduced
    2.Reflect on originators’  demand for international payments
    3.Review compliance with IAT requirements

    Joe Casali AAP, APRP, NCP

    Executive Vice President

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Do you understand the language of the ACH?

    Do you understand the language of the ACH? ACH information is exchanged through the Network using very specific formats, codes, and sequences. This course will review all aspects of the ACH Record Formats and the reasons why the specifications were developed.

    Attendees will leave the session better able to:
    1. Troubleshoot rejected files
    2. Explain system requirements to originators and software developers
    3. Find specific file information upon request

    Joe Casali AAP, APRP, NCP

    Executive Vice President

    NEACH

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      • Non-member - $325
      • Individual Associate Membership - $225
      • Corporate Originator Associate Membership - $225
      • FI Trial Membership - $225
      • Financial Institution - $225
      • Fintech Associate Membership - $225
      • Government/Non-Profit Charity Associate Membership - $225
      • Third Party Associate Membership - $225
      • Vendor Associate Membership - $225
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