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welcome to understanding the ACH network.training as more and more checks are.being converted to electronic.transactions the ACH volume is steadily.growing especially with the introduction.of same-day processing consumers and.businesses are also being introduced to.many types of ACH products and services.so it's wise to understand the ACH.network thus brings us to the question.what is ACH ACH is an acronym for.automated Clearing House in a nutshell.it's a nationwide financial network for.the distribution and settlement of.electronic transactions among financial.institutions the transaction can be.annexed a settlement or same-day.settlement and there is a set of rules.and formats allowing the exchange of.transactions.ACH began in the early 1970s with a.special committee on paperless entries.the first ACH Association began in 1972.and the National automated Clearing.House Association which we now know as.nacha was formed in 1974 the monetary.Control Act governing ACH transactions.was established in 1980 an ACH.transaction is an electronic transaction.that can be either a debit or a credit.it can be a large dollar item or it can.be small in its value it can also be.posted to checking our savings directly.to a loan or to GL for corporate.transactions an ACH entry can be.initiated and/or directed to a consumer.corporate or government transaction and.it can be single or recurring keep in.mind however that before each ACH.transaction enters the network it must.be formatted appropriately according to.the standard entry class code and not to.formatting requirements.each ACH transaction has a standard.entry class code the standard entry.class code indicates the type of.transaction and the formatting.requirement that applies for the.transaction.each ACH transaction also has a.transaction code which indicates whether.the transaction is a debit or credit or.if it is destined to be posted to a.savings checking loan or GL each ACH.transaction will be identified by your.members name unless it is an electronic.transaction such as an AR C BOC or P o P.it also has your members account number.at the financial institution identifies.the institution that should be receiving.the transaction and your members.identification number which is an.account number from the institution that.is sending the transaction or if it's a.cheque serial number from a converted.cheque.it will also have the company's name or.merchant that is debiting or crediting.your members account along with their ID.that can be identified into the network.as well each transaction has an entry.description so that the member knows.exactly what the transaction is when it.posts against their account for example.it tells the member whether it's a.payment payroll or annuity the.transaction is also accompanied with the.company name which tells the account.holder where the payment originated.there's also an effective date this is a.date on which the company or merchant.intends for the item to settle but keep.in mind it is not the settlement date.the settlement date is inserted by the.ACH operator and is the date on which.the funds are to settle and post to the.account there's also the routing number.of the originating Depository financial.institution lastly there's a trace.number trace numbers are signed by the.originating financial institution the.trace number is used for research by.both the originating institution and the.receiving institution and used in the.return process.some examples of credits for consumer.transactions are on the screen such as.payroll dividends and pensions pre.notifications are test transactions.using zero dollar transactions to.validate consumer account numbers.it is recommended but optional to.validate credits so that the intended.recipient receives his or her funds when.live transactions are created some.examples of debits to a consumers.account will be insurance mortgage and.loan payments.it can also be at the point-of-sale.internet transactions.telephone transactions truncated or.converted paper transactions.unlike credits authorization is required.from most ACH debit transactions the.authorization can be obtained in.different forms depending on how the.transaction was initiated and the proper.standard entry class code will be.assigned like credit transactions a pre.notification is optional for debit.transactions some examples of corporate.transactions or company to company.transactions include intercompany.payments and state and federal tax.payments like some consumer transactions.corporate transactions carry addenda.information and they are generally large.dollar transactions so keep in mind.different rules apply let's take a few.minutes now to look at what isn't an ACH.transaction wires are not ACH.transactions wires follow different.regulations and guarantee funds same day.usually consist of high dollar amounts.and our single payments some other.payment methods that are not ACH are.debit cards simply because we can use.them offline and it requires a network.and proprietary rules credit cards.because they're a line of credit and.ATMs because their card based with a pin.and are usually online now that we have.defined ACH and understand why we need.to know about ACH as well as the.different types let's look at the.participants we have what's called an.originator originating depository.financial institution ACH operator.receiving depository financial.institution and receiver.an originator is the party which.initiates the ACH transaction again it.can be a company a government agency or.a person the originator is the party.which obtains the authorization from the.receiver the originating depository.financial institution or OD fi is the.institution which originates the ACH.transaction after receiving payment.instructions from the originator keep in.mind that for transactions to enter the.ACH network it must be done by a.financial institution an OD fi must also.act as an RD fi or receiving depository.financial institution in the event of a.return the ACH operators are clearing.facilities for the financial.institutions there are two a siege.operators that participate in the ACH.network the Federal Reserve Bank and the.electronic payment network although both.can be involved in a transaction the.main ACH operator is the Federal Reserve.Bank the next ACH participant is the Rd.fi this is a financial institution which.receives an ACH transaction for posting.to a receivers account an RD fi does not.have to operate as an OD fi the receiver.is a party which receives the ACH.transaction and has authorized the.originator to initiate the entry into.the network again it may be a company a.government agency or an individual this.screen denotes the flow of an ACH.transaction understanding that it starts.with the originator and ends with the.receiver so what governs ACH the nacha.operating rules are a legal framework.for the ACH network it's published.annually and rules are implemented four.times a year usually in March June.September and December in addition to.the NACHA.operating rules UCC article 4 a and the.Uniform operating circular OCC 235.regulation CC Regulation D and.regulation E also govern ACH.transactions.keep in mind regulation II only covers.consumer transactions not corporate.transactions Oh feck also governs ACH.transactions and when it comes to.domestic transactions financial.institutions can depend on each other to.conduct a no fax screening however if.it's an international ACH transaction.all ACH international transactions must.undergo an effect scan prior to posting.let's now move our attention to the.types of ACH transactions we will talk.about the consumer standard entry class.codes we have PPD POS s h r r c k te l w.eb p o p AR c and b OC a PPD transaction.is a pre-arranged payment and deposit.entry that is usually for direct deposit.or direct payment it is the most.commonly used ACH transaction and is.typically reoccurring in nature POS or.sh r r point-of-sale debit transactions.that are usually initiated using an.access card such as an ATM card or debit.card.our first each X standard entry class.code is the represented cheque entry or.rck it's a debit entry initially.presented as a paper check that was.returned for insufficient or uncollected.funds the transaction itself must be.less than $2,500 to be collected through.the ACH network as an electronic entry.the representative cheque entry is not.subject to the electronic transfer Act.or regulation II because it entered the.payment world as a cheque initially the.next standard entry class code will.discuss is internet initiated entries.commonly referred to as W EB a w eb.transaction can be single or reoccurring.credit or debit and is only used when an.authorization is given via the internet.or by a mobile device.the next standard entry class code is te.l te l can either be single or.reoccurring in nature for a single.transaction a member would call in or.representative from the credit union.would call the member and capture the.banking information that's usually.obtained from the bottom of the cheque.this includes the routing number account.number and the amount of the transaction.sometimes they give a check number but.it's not necessarily needed for a.reoccurring transaction the member is.authorizing multiple transactions if a.financial institution is going to accept.multiple authorizations in a single.phone call two things must happen one.the call must be recorded and 2 a.payment confirmation must go out to the.member that's also the case for single.entries but it's either or for a single.transaction either the call can be.recorded and retained for two years or a.payment confirmation can be sent out to.the member by the settlement date but.for reoccurring transactions it must.have both the call needs to be recorded.and the payment confirmation must be.sent out to the member now with te L.there are significant rules that must be.followed for one there can be no cold.calling you must have a relationship.with the member in most cases the credit.union does have a relationship simply.because the caller is most likely a.member it would be okay for a.representative of the credit union to.reach out to them as well however for.anyone else an existing relationship.must be in place if that's not the case.they cannot call and obtain the.information that's a breach of the ACH.rules however a consumer or member can.call in to a merchant and then that.information can be obtained a lot of.rules apply for te l but it can be an.excellent collection tool accounts.receivable entry or AR C is our next.standard entry class code an AR C.transaction is received by an originator.through the u.s. mail or Dropbox the.check is then used as a source document.and presented for payment as an.electronic transaction capturing the.routing number account number and check.serial number.our next standard entry class code is.the P o P of purchase you may have.encountered this if you've gone into a.place of business to purchase goods or.services and you've written a check for.payment that check is then converted.right at the time that you hand it to.the representative they capture the.banking information and then give the.check back to you our next a cheque.application is back-office conversion or.BOC which is a hybrid of P o P and AR C.transactions you may have encountered.this type of ACH transaction if you've.gone into a local target in this case.the merchant at the time of purchase.agrees to take the consumers check and.then converts that check in the back.office the difference between P o P and.BOC is that the consumer does not get.the check back we've looked at various.consumer transactions now let's focus.our attention on corporate transactions.will cover C CDs C II's and C T X's the.consumer initiated entry or C ie is a.consumer transaction however it's.classified as a corporate entity because.the consumer or your member is pushing.the payment to the merchant and it's.received through the ACH network these.are credit only transactions and.payments are usually made through a home.banking product one of the most.frequently used corporate transactions.is a CCD it's a corporate credit or.debit and it's used so one corporation.can pay another corporate trade exchange.or CTX is also a common corporate.transaction and it's a debit or credit.transfer between trading partners.earlier we talked about Oh fat governing.ACH transactions.well the IAT or International ACH.transaction is what Oh FAQ applies to in.the ACH network.it's an ACH entry that is part of a.payment transaction involving a.financial agencies office that is not.located in the United States.the entry became effective September 18.2009 and eliminated the cross-border.payments or CBR PBR transactions whether.its consumer or corporate in nature all.international ACH transactions are now.affectionately known as IAT entries IAT.transactions follow the BSA travel rule.which mandates seven addendum records.within the ACH transaction or the i-80.entry and must have the name and.physical address of the originator as.well as the name physical address and.account number of the receiver it then.identifies the receivers financial.institution any corresponding banks.along with their bank ID branch country.code and the reason for payment all this.information must be compared against the.current o FAC Sdn lists prior to posting.now let's look at the transaction codes.transaction codes are two digit numeric.codes that define various types of.debits and credits and whether the entry.is going into savings or shares checking.or share drafts loans or GLS.if an entry is destined to a savings or.share account it will be identified with.a three in the first position if it's.going to a checking or share draft.account it will be defined with a two in.the first position loans have a five in.the first position and are usually.credits unless they're marked as a.reversal GL's are defined with a four in.the first position if the entry is a.credit entry then the second position.will be denoted with a two and if it's a.debit a seven will be in the second.position some additional codes in the.second position would be for an.automated return or NFC which would.contain a one or six a pre note would.contain a three or an a remittance data.for an n OD examples of the transaction.codes are listed on your screen thank.you so much for your time today.

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