Merging ACH and UCC4A - 2020
Recorded on July 22, 2020
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The ACH Rules are processing guidelines; they do not encompass every aspect of responsibility or compliance for ACH transactions. The latter is covered in laws and regulations.
UCC4A plays a significant role in the ACH. Financial institutions and business Originators of ACH need to understand the complexities of this state law, how it applies to transactions, and how compliance obligations and liability for transactions is allocated.
In this course, attendees will learn terminology used in UCC4A; identify the enforceability of payment orders; record procedures for unauthorized entries and security procedures; resolve issues relating to duplicate and erroneous entries; locate provisions impacting potential liability, including the statute of repose, choice-of-law, contract provisions, liability shift, commercially reasonable security, and more.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This informative session is designed as an introduction to the Uniform Commercial Code 4A related to ACH transactions. Anyone who works with business customers or business ACH transactions will benefit from this program including Operations, Legal counsel, Lenders, Management, Compliance, etc.
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