Capitalizing on ACH While Controlling Risk

Monahan, Brian
September 2007
Banking New York;Fall2007, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance of capitalizing on automated clearing house (ACH) for banks. Providing ACH products and services offers several benefits for banks. Banks must follow several guidelines when considering outsourcing ACH. Community banks should also have a complete risk management program when evaluating options for outsourcing ACH.


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