Every financial institution, Third-Party Service Provider and Third-Party Sender that provide any function within the ACH Network is required to complete the annual ACH Audit for Rules Compliance.
This session will outline the Audit process according to Appendix 8 in the NACHA Operating Rules and what elements of your ACH program need to be checked and verified to ensure compliance with these Rules.
This session will cover the General Audit Requirements along with the specifics for the RDFI and ODFI processes and what types of questions to ask and things to look for when completing your annual ACH Rules Compliance Audit.
Define general audit requirements
Identify the details of the ACH audit for the ODFI (and how this pertains to their Originators)
Outline the audit requirements for the third-party sender – including the new requirement for registration with NACHA
List what the third-party service provider is responsible for in regard to the annual ACH audit
Provide tips to help the auditor performing the annual ACH audit – to ensure compliance with the NACHA operating rules
Review best practices and requirements for additional audit requirements (as defined by NACHA)
Overview of questions to ask while performing the annual ACH rules compliance audit
The NACHA Operating Rules and Guidelines require that all participating depository financial institutions, third-party senders and third-party service providers that provide ACH services conduct an annual ACH audit to be performed by December 31 of each year (ACH Rules, Appendix Eight). By each participant performing the annual ACH audit, this helps ensure that electronic payments work safely and efficiently for all users. Attend this webinar to gain an understanding of general audit requirements, the functions of a Receiving Depository Financial Institution (RDFI) and also for an Originating Depository Financial Institution (ODFI).
pics discussed the Annual ACH Audit include
General Audit Requirements
2. Previous audits
Receiving Depository Financial Institution (RDFI)
3. Returns, stops and WSUD’s
Originating Depository Financial Institution (ODFI)
1. ODFI agreements
2. Exposure limits
3. Originator obligations
Financial Institution Professionals (New/Current Operations Staff)
Banking Operations Managers and Staff
Compliance and Risk Professionals
Treasury Management Professionals
Aspiring and Current AAPs (Accredited ACH Professionals)
Audit and Compliance Personnel / Risk Managers
Company / Business Owners (Originators)
Banking Managers/ Supervisors
Third-Party Service Providers and Third-Party Senders
Credit risk managers
All Accredited ACH Professional