Preparing for your annual NACHA required ACH Appendix Eight Rules Compliance Audit? Do you want to know what the Top 10 Audit commonly cited audit findings are and how to avoid them?
NACHA requires that every financial institution conduct an annual internal or external audit of compliance with the ACH Rules no later than December 1 of each year, and that the audit be made available to NACHA upon request. While the requirements for the "ACH Rule Compliance Audit" do not prescribe a specific methodology, NACHA does identify specific criteria that must be considered during the annual audits (NACHA Operating Rules, Appendix Eight). Financial institutions and third-party service providers must complete these audits and one of the methods of assuring your institution performs well is to know the most commonly cited audit findings and how to avoid them.
Chelsye Palomo, AAP, APRP, for this informative session where we will present the top ACH audit adverse findings, discuss the underlying ACH Rules requirements, and provide recommendations on how to avoid them in your organization.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Be prepared for your required NACHA Appendix Eight Rules Compliance Audit by understanding the underlying rules as well as the most commonly cited adverse findings.
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Appendix 8 ACH Review
- Most common audit findings for ODFIs & RDFIs
- Ways to remain compliant
- AND MUCH MORE!
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Required ACH Audit: Top 10 ACH Audit Findings and How to Avoid Them" is Chelsye Palomo, AAP, APRP, payments education specialist, ePayResources. Chelsye is a payments education specialist for ePayResources, where she is responsible for designing, developing, and delivering payments education curriculum and resources, including webinars, workshops, and publications. Her role also includes responding to member calls on the ePayResources Payments Answerline™.
Chelsye’s passion is to help mitigate risk and create efficiencies in the payments industry through continual education. She believes knowledge is power and payments education should be easily accessible to all.
Prior to joining ePayResources in 2018, Chelsye was the head of operations and payments for Texas Security Bank, where her payments experience included working as a teller, customer services representative, and specialist in deposit operations.
Chelsye became an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) in 2017 and an Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) in 2018. She is also pursuing her bachelor of business administration degree at West Texas A&M University.