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!
PAR/WACHA has preferred vendors that provide products and services that can help financial institutions, credit unions and companies maximize their business efficiencies, improve payment processes, and reduce risk and costs. PAR/WACHA does not endorse any organization over another nor guarantee any pricing, due diligence or background information but we encourage you to click the link below to learn more!
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The Mark of Excellence
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.
A Tool is Designed to Standardize ISO 20022 Payment Message Mapping for ACH Network Payments and assist financial institutions in translating ISO 20022 payment instructions for their corporate customers into ACH payments.
In 2014, ACH volume grew to almost 23 billion electronic payments, an increase of almost 5 percent, or 1 billion transactions, over 2013 volume, according to new statistics released today by NACHA — The Electronic Payments Association®. A total of more than $40 trillion was transferred over the ACH Network last year, increasing more than 3 percent compared to 2013.
Reclamation of Erroneous Enrollments
Due to changes by the U.S.Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service related to ENR (Automated Enrollment Entry) transactions, NACHA is making available the following Fiscal Service information. For convenience, links have been included to the Green Book report on “Reclamation Procedures for Erroneous Enrollments (link is external)” and to a NACHA Operations Bulletin issued in 2012 on “Use of Automated Enrollment Entries to Reroute Government Benefit Payments.”
April 29, 2015
Full Day In-Person
WACHA | W177N9856 Rivercrest Dr., Suite 105 | Germantown, WI 53022
May 6, 2015
Full Day, In-Person
WACHA | W177N9856 Rivercrest Dr.| Suite 105 | Germantown, WI 53022
May 11, 2015
Topic: WEB Credit P2P Rule