> Quick Bite: Handling Suspect International ACH Transactions (IAT’s)

Thursday, June 27, 2013
11:00 AM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
12:00 PM

 

The International ACH Transactions (IAT) application was introduced into the ACH Network in September 2009. According to NACHA, approximately 30 million IAT transactions were processed in 2012 and even more are expected in the future. What percentage of these will your credit union receive? But more importantly, are you properly processing these entries? This session provides you with an overview of the rules surrounding IAT and highlights your responsibilities in the processing of IAT entries, including OFAC compliance obligations. Additionally, we’ll discuss recent ACH Rules changes related to IAT processing.

Highlights:

  • Acceptance of IAT entries, including posting and availability
  • Review the 2012 ACH Rules clarification on The Effect of Illegality
  • What information needs to be screened
  • Handling of suspect transactions and when to contact OFAC
  • ACH Rules updates related to IAT

Speaker: Shelly Simpson, AAP, joined EPCOR in 2005 following an 11-year career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. As the Payments Education Assistant Director with EPCOR, she designs and conducts education programs in support of ACH, cards and checks to over 2,300 financial institutions and corporate members throughout the central United States. Shelly also presents at regional and national industry conferences as an ACH payments expert and received her Accredited ACH Professional designation in October 2006. 

Location: Via Telephone

Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Educational Investment: $109.00 per telephone connection. Unlimited Listeners and Free Audio Archive

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To register and pay by check, email mzelinsky@njcul.org and your credit union will be invoiced. To register and pay online, click here.