Guidance released on ACH control

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The national bank regulator warns that banks have recently engaged in new ACH activities without enhancing existing risk management systems and controls. The OCC is concerned about non-recurring payments such as accounts receivable conversions, point-of-purchase, internet-initiated, telephone-initiated, and re-presented check entries.

Banks that participate in the ACH network should have in place systems and controls to mitigate the risks associated with ACH activities.

"A strong risk management

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