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Same Day ACH Resources Page - Now Includes RFC and RFI for Expanding Same Day ACH

Southern Financial Exchange's Same Day ACH resource page continues to grow! NACHA released a Request for Comment and a Request for Information on December 1st regarding expansion of Same Day ACH. Take this opportunity to complete NACHA’s surveys on this important issue.

Payments Institute Scholarship

Now Accepting Applications

Questions on Third-Party Senders and NACHA's Risk Management Portal?

Southern Financial Exchange's Risk Management Portal resource page has valuable information available to SFE members. Check here on a regular basis to continue to learn more. Most recently updated on November 8, 2017.

Learn More with New and Updated Same Day ACH Resources

Southern Financial Exchange's Same Day ACH resource page has a growing list of pdf's and other articles available to SFE members. Check here to be updated on a regular basis. Most recently updated on December 1, 2017.

Fraud Awareness: IRS Issues Warning

IRS/FBI-Themed Ransomware Phishing Attack

Managing the Risks of Consumer-to-Other-Consumer Debits

NACHA has become aware that some financial institutions and their service providers are allowing consumers to originate debits other consumers' accounts (C2C) debits. Although the origination of C2C debits is not expressly prohibited by NACHA Operating Rules, NACHA strongly discourages ODFIs from facilitating these payments unless the ODFI is in full compliance with all rules that apply to the origination of all ACH debits.

Updates to Reg CC

Southern Financial Exchange is proud to be able to offer you this recap of the recent changes to Regulation CC. However, this recap is offered for educational use only and additional details may exist within documentation released by the Federal Reserve.

90% of Surveyed Banks Report Same Day ACH Origination Volume Is Higher Than Or As Anticipated

New survey results released this week by NACHA show that Same Day ACH usage is strong, with 80 percent of respondents expecting to see steady growth in 2017.