NACHA recently changed the deadline for completion of your annual ACH compliance audit from December 1 to December 31. So you still have time to complete your 2011 audit if you havenít already done so for this year.
ACH compliance not only meets regulatory and audit requirements, but also ensures that your members are receiving the best member service. Because ACH rules are operationally focused, compliance with the rules increases your operational efficiency and mitigates operational risks. SunCorp provides many resources to assist with your ACH compliance and audit tasks.
The ACH News & Information page on our website includes links to many operational and compliance documents such as the sample ACH audit worksheets and report. From that page, you can also order the 2012 edition of the NACHA Rule Book, download our Chart of ACH Codes, or access a variety of other ACH training documents and online training sessions.Our newest online training presentation reviews the most important ACH compliance issues and NACHAís compliance audit requirements. This free, one-hour session is available at all times to all credit unions. Click here to access this new training option for your compliance, audit, and ACH operations staff.
If you have any questions about our ACH compliance resources or training options, contact Ed Beck, Training & Education Specialist, via email at email@example.com.
We encourage credit unions to take advantage of the many free educational webinars offered by the CUNA Mutual Group. Their January 2012 risk management webinar will introduce strategies to improve early detection of the account takeover trends, in addition to providing guidance for implementing strong multifactor authentication and conforming to the FFIEC Authentication Guidance.
Click here to register for the webinar scheduled for January 11 at 9 a.m. Mountain / 10 a.m. Central time. The session is available free-of-charge to all CUNA Mutual bond policyholders. If you have questions about this or any of their risk management webinars, please call the CU Protection Response Center at 800-637-2676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.