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2010 ACH Update - Webinar
Thursday, July 15, 2010 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
Join us at 12:00 Noon PST on July 15, 2010 on-line for a Webinar. Please be sure to provide contact information when you register so Webinar access information can be forwarded to you. The Webinar is complimentary to all Members. Please register by July 14 in order to recieve Webinar login information.
Chuck Floyd, Manager of Education, has been with Viewpointe for the last fifteen years. Certified by NACHA as an Accredited ACH Professional, Chuck has served on NACHA’s Arbitration Board and AAP Blue Ribbon Panel. In addition to his duties with Viewpointe, he has presented seminars for several other ACH associations around the country. A former elementary school teacher and principal, Chuck also worked for ten years with the Federal Reserve in ACH and Check Processing.
“2010 ACH Update” Class Description:
After surviving 2009’s implementation of the new International ACH Transaction (IAT) product in ACH and a year with no other significant ACH rule changes, 2010 has been quite different. In 2010, we have several changes that have significant impact on the Originating Depository Financial Institution (ODFI) and their corporate Originator. Most of these changes have been implemented to help manage the risk associated with the ACH system. There have been changes made regarding the authorizations and agreements that must be in place between the various ACH participants. In this session we will look at these changes and others that impact the treasury professional. We will also review the potential changes that are on the horizon, especially the effort to simplify the ACH rules in 2011.
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The Association for Financial Professionals of Arizona (AFPA) is a group of Treasury Professionals whose mission is to provide continuing Treasury Education and a local peer network. We accomplish this through our nine monthly meetings and an annual conference. During monthly meetings, guest speakers discuss timely, relevant treasury and other related issues.