What are the most recent regulations and guidelines put in place for high-risk ACH transactions for 2023?
High-risk Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions are subject to a variety of regulations and guidelines set by both federal and state authorities. These regulations and guidelines are designed to protect consumers and financial institutions from fraud, errors, and other types of financial crime.
The most recent regulations and guidelines for high-risk ACH transactions include the following:
- NACHA Operating Rules: NACHA, the National Automated Clearing House Association, sets the operating rules that govern ACH transactions. These rules are updated on a regular basis to reflect changes in the industry and address new types of fraud.