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NEW Nacha Rule - Third-Party Sender (TPS) Roles and Responsibilities - Webinar

  • Webinar
  • 90 Minutes
  • 16 February 2023 10:00 PST
  • Compliance Online
  • ID: 5713635

Why Should You Attend:

Recent updates to the Nacha Operating Rules are further clarifying the Roles and Responsibilities for Third-Party Senders (TPSs) who use the ACH network. Purpose of the update is to explicitly identify the use of not just TPSs but also “nested” TPS. The update is also addressing the requirement that a TPS conduct a Risk Assessment. Both Rules become effective Sept 30, 2022, with a 6-month grace period for certain aspects of each Rule. This 90-minute session will address all the details.

Details on what individual aspects of the Rules have a 6-month grace period and how this affects compliance with these two NEW Rule amendments.

Agenda

Key points surrounding TPS Roles and Responsibilities and what it means to the participants in the ACH Network will be detailed. In this session, the trainer will:
  • Define a Third-Party Sender (TPS)
  • Define a “nested” Third-Party Sender (TPS)
  • List details of agreement requirements between which parties and why this is necessary for compliance
  • Explain current TPS agreements in place and is re-papering required, guidance for moving forward
  • Identify an ACH Risk Assessment and its purpose
  • Outline who needs to do the ACH Risk Assessment based on this NEW Rule
  • Detail certain aspects of the Rule that have a 6-month grace period

Who Should Attend

  • Bank operations staff
  • New employees in the payments industry
  • Bank managers and payment professionals
  • CEO’s and CFO’s
  • Risk, Compliance and Audit personnel
  • Aspiring AAP’s and current AAP’s for AAP CE Credits