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Third Party Training Bundle


A total of 4 Short Clips

Third Parties are the talk of the town and have become highly regulated in both the private and public sectors, but do you really understand what the talk is all about? 

This series of short courses will identify each type of third-party and define the actions each performs in the ACH network.  The series will also look at third party rules, audit requirements, risk management practices along with the agreement requirements. 

  • Identifying Third Parties
  • Third Party Rules and Risks
  • Third Party Agreements
  • Third Party Scenarios

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Payments Peer Group

Payments Peer Group

PAR/WACHA’s new Payments Peer Group program is designed to encourage information sharing and industry knowledge amongst your peers. We have found that our Members can benefit greatly from the collective experience of our Member Base. The questions can range from operational procedures and fraud prevention methods, to uses of common third party applications. To get started, Click here!  

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WACHA, is a direct member of the National ACH Association (NACHA), a specially recognized and licensed provider of ACH education, publications and support. WACHA is also directly engaged in the NACHA rulemaking process and the Accredited ACH Professional program. Look for the Mark of Excellence, it's our promise of truth and consistency.

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