MADISON, Wis. (9/9/14)--The Credit Union National Association has announced the four dates and topics that will make up the CUNA ACH (Automated Clearing House) eSchool that will take place later this year.
Set for Oct. 7-23, the four-part series will feature the various facets and uses of the ACH Network.
"The ACH Network permeates numerous areas of a credit union's operations, from payments to compliance to liabilities," said Meghann Dawson, CUNA director of learning events. "Credit unions will benefit from having someone on their team with a firm grasp of every ACH detail and nuance, and that's where the eSchool comes in."
Session dates and topics include:
Attendees of the CUNA ACH eSchool, led by Wisconsin Automated Clearing House Association representatives Luann Kohlmann and Michele Barlow, will first learn the fundamentals of ACH, then move on to the daily exception processing of ACH operations.
The sessions will cover the special handling requirements of federal government benefits payments, which are governed by the Green Book; the liability of a financial institution upon a death of a consumer; the correct handling of death notification entries; and reclamations.