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  • Regulation E and Friends Three-Part Series (Webcast)

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    Welcome to Regulation E and Friends! This three-week webinar series will highlight the rules and regulations that govern the electronic payments. These regulations provide the legal framework for all financial institutions, and provide protection for consumers from erroneous entries as well as establishing specific requirements for the financial industry. Join us for this three-part series of regulatory instruction and walk away with the knowledge you need to ensure you're in compliance.

    Welcome to Regulation E and Friends! This three-week webinar series will highlight the rules and regulations that govern the electronic payments. These regulations provide the legal framework for all financial institutions, and provide protection for consumers from erroneous entries as well as establishing specific requirements for the financial industry. Join us for this three-part series of regulatory instruction and walk away with the knowledge you need to ensure you're in compliance.

  • Federal Government Payments (Webcast)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This session discusses the processing of Federal Government ACH payments. Understanding the fundamental differences of Federal Government Payments will impact a financial institution

    This session discusses the processing of Federal Government ACH payments. Understanding the fundamental differences of Federal Government Payments will impact a financial institution

  • International Payments and IAT (Webcast)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This 90-minute session will provide an introduction to International Payments with special emphasis on the ACH standard entry class code IAT (International ACH Transaction), which went into effect on September 18, 2010. IAT is the single biggest Rules change in the history of NACHA. Participants in this class will get a high level overview of IAT with discussion about how it has impacted every financial institution in the United States.

    This 90-minute session will provide an introduction to International Payments with special emphasis on the ACH standard entry class code IAT (International ACH Transaction), which went into effect on September 18, 2010. IAT is the single biggest Rules change in the history of NACHA. Participants in this class will get a high level overview of IAT with discussion about how it has impacted every financial institution in the United States.

  • OFAC Compliance (Webcast)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    OFAC (The Office of Foreign Assets Control) administers and enforces economic sanction programs primarily against countries and groups of individuals, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers. OFAC's responsibilities for a financial institution vary depending on whether the transaction is considered domestic or international. This webinar will cover your responsibilities when handling international transactions and address possible liabilities when posting prohibited transactions.

    OFAC (The Office of Foreign Assets Control) administers and enforces economic sanction programs primarily against countries and groups of individuals, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers. OFAC's responsibilities for a financial institution vary depending on whether the transaction is considered domestic or international. This webinar will cover your responsibilities when handling international transactions and address possible liabilities when posting prohibited transactions.

  • ACH Operating Rules (Two-Part Series) (Webcast)

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    The ACH Operating Rules series is a two-part webcast designed to provide attendees with an in-depth look at the ACH rules, section by section. This program is targeted for those not familiar with the rule book, or those who need to have a better understanding of how to use the rule book as a reference.

    The ACH Operating Rules series is a two-part webcast designed to provide attendees with an in-depth look at the ACH rules, section by section. This program is targeted for those not familiar with the rule book, or those who need to have a better understanding of how to use the rule book as a reference.

  • ACH Risk for ODFIs (Webcast)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Being an ODFI can be risky if you do not have the right tools. Financial institutions of all sizes need to manage risk to minimize potential losses. Rapid growth, new and evolving products and consumer transfer applications are prevalent ACH trends representing increased risk for ODFIs. The ACH Rules require every financial institution to perform an ACH Risk Assessment. This webinar will cover risks associated with being an ODFI, as well as steps to mitigate these risks.

    Being an ODFI can be risky if you do not have the right tools. Financial institutions of all sizes need to manage risk to minimize potential losses. Rapid growth, new and evolving products and consumer transfer applications are prevalent ACH trends representing increased risk for ODFIs. The ACH Rules require every financial institution to perform an ACH Risk Assessment. This webinar will cover risks associated with being an ODFI, as well as steps to mitigate these risks.

  • Stop Payment Vs. Authorization Revoked (Webcast)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    There is always confusion as to when we use a stop payment or return as authorization revoked. Are you aware of the rules related to authorization revoked? This short course will go into detail around the differences between stop payments and revoked authorizations, and when each is to be used. We will also take a look at unauthorized returns, when to use them, what the rules say, and how they differ between consumers and our corporate customers.

    There is always confusion as to when we use a stop payment or return as authorization revoked. Are you aware of the rules related to authorization revoked? This short course will go into detail around the differences between stop payments and revoked authorizations, and when each is to be used. We will also take a look at unauthorized returns, when to use them, what the rules say, and how they differ between consumers and our corporate customers.

  • Wire Transfer Agreements (Webcast)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Your Wire Transfer Agreement should be an integral part of your organizations Risk Management Program. Clients are transferring large sums of money through your institution, and the liabilities and obligations should both be properly documented. In the event of a dispute, or claim of an unauthorized transfer, you should be confident that your agreements provide your organization the protection that it needs.

    Your Wire Transfer Agreement should be an integral part of your organizations Risk Management Program. Clients are transferring large sums of money through your institution, and the liabilities and obligations should both be properly documented. In the event of a dispute, or claim of an unauthorized transfer, you should be confident that your agreements provide your organization the protection that it needs.

  • Certificate - ACH Compliance

    Contains 12 Component(s), 1.20 credits offered

    The ACH Compliance Certificate is perfect for those who desire a more detailed understanding of ACH payments regulations, what they mean to you and areas of consideration as you review your payments programs.

    The ACH Compliance Certificate is perfect for those who desire a more detailed understanding of ACH payments regulations, what they mean to you and areas of consideration as you review your payments programs.

    John Curtis, AAP, NCP, APRP

    SVP, Education & Training

    John has over twenty years of experience in payments and has held positions in Treasury Management, Information Systems and Corporate Training and Development. John was Product Manager for Electronic Payments including ACH, EDI and Emerging Payment Technologies for fourteen years at Bank of the West. He has served as Chairman of WesPay’s Education Committee and as an Advisor to the WesPay Board of Directors. John served as the Chairman of the Board of Payments Resource One (PRO). He is a member of the American Bankers Association Task Force on Payments Law and has lectured on payments topics including legal issues, emerging technologies, compliance and risk management.

    As Senior Vice President of Education and Training, John Curtis oversees the educational offerings for WesPay to ensure members have access to high quality, timely and relevant training that is critical for success in today’s ever changing payments landscape. Before coming to WesPay, John dedicated the previous fourteen years of his career to the payments arena as a Product Manager for Electronic Payments covering ACH, EDI and Emerging Payment Technologies. He holds the AAP, NCP and APRP accreditations.

    Jim Petkovits, AAP, NCP, APRP

    VP, Education

    Jim is Vice President of Education for WesPay and has over eighteen years of payments experience. Jim is responsible for developing and providing education and training to WesPay members through in-person workshops, webinars and in-house training. Prior to joining WesPay, Jim was the ACH Education and Training Manager for NWCHA since 2001, and a Customer Service Manager for Bank of America’s ACH Regional Processing Center in Seattle. Jim holds the Accredited ACH Professional (AAP), National Check Professional (NCP), and Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) accreditations.

  • Certificate - ACH for Customer or Member Services

    Contains 11 Component(s)

    Designed for your first points of customer/member contact, you can improve your service staff's ability to quickly and accurately respond to inquiries about electronic funds transfer services, disputed transactions, and error resolution.

    Designed for your first points of customer/member contact, you can improve your service staff's ability to quickly and accurately respond to inquiries about electronic funds transfer services, disputed transactions, and error resolution.

    John Curtis, AAP, NCP, APRP

    SVP, Education & Training

    John has over twenty years of experience in payments and has held positions in Treasury Management, Information Systems and Corporate Training and Development. John was Product Manager for Electronic Payments including ACH, EDI and Emerging Payment Technologies for fourteen years at Bank of the West. He has served as Chairman of WesPay’s Education Committee and as an Advisor to the WesPay Board of Directors. John served as the Chairman of the Board of Payments Resource One (PRO). He is a member of the American Bankers Association Task Force on Payments Law and has lectured on payments topics including legal issues, emerging technologies, compliance and risk management.

    As Senior Vice President of Education and Training, John Curtis oversees the educational offerings for WesPay to ensure members have access to high quality, timely and relevant training that is critical for success in today’s ever changing payments landscape. Before coming to WesPay, John dedicated the previous fourteen years of his career to the payments arena as a Product Manager for Electronic Payments covering ACH, EDI and Emerging Payment Technologies. He holds the AAP, NCP and APRP accreditations.

    Jim Petkovits, AAP, NCP, APRP

    VP, Education

    Jim is Vice President of Education for WesPay and has over eighteen years of payments experience. Jim is responsible for developing and providing education and training to WesPay members through in-person workshops, webinars and in-house training. Prior to joining WesPay, Jim was the ACH Education and Training Manager for NWCHA since 2001, and a Customer Service Manager for Bank of America’s ACH Regional Processing Center in Seattle. Jim holds the Accredited ACH Professional (AAP), National Check Professional (NCP), and Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) accreditations.