Join Fifth Third for our November webinar on the Nacha compliance obligations with processing ACH transactions as a TPS.
Tuesday, November 8th, 2022 at 2:00pm ET
Third Party Senders (TPSs) play an important role in the ACH network by facilitating payments for other organizations, and helping to keep the network safe and secure. Join Fifth Third Bank and Nacha for a webinar on the Nacha compliance obligations with processing ACH transactions as a TPS, including:
- Originator oversight
- TPS audits
- TPS risk assessments
- Nested TPS identification and responsibilities
- Other recent rule updates
VP, Senior Payments Product Manager, Fifth Third Bank
Robyn Quintero is VP, Senior Payments Product Manager at Fifth Third Bank, responsible for the oversight and development of ACH solutions. She has over 20 years of experience in the payments industry, focusing on treasury management and merchant acquiring. Robyn is a member of the Nacha Rules and Operating Committee and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).
Senior Director ACH Network Rules, NACHA
Amy Morris is a Senior Director of ACH Network Rules at NACHA, where she leads and participates in multiple working groups that address issues in the payments industry. In addition to collaborating with industry participants on changes to operating Rules, she also provides education, rule and operational guidance to various types of industry participants Amy has over twenty years of experience in the financial services industry, specialized in electronic payments, previously working at Navy Federal Credit Union, FIS, and Visa.
Jordan Bennett, AAP, APRP
Senior Director, Network Risk Management, NACHA
Jordan Bennett has been with Nacha since June 2016 and is Senior Director, Network Risk Management. His focus is with understanding Third-Party Senders and the benefits they bring to the system as well as mitigating any risk associated with this business model. Jordan runs the Nacha Certified program, which encourages Third-Party Senders to know and understand their risk management responsibilities in the ACH Network and promotes Third-Party Senders with strong risk management practices. Jordan is also the staff liaison for Nacha’s Risk Management Advisory Group. The Group works with Nacha staff and key industry stakeholders to produce sound business practices, business cases for rules proposals, Board Policy Statements, tools, white papers and other communications vehicles, and to collaborate and coordinate with payments professionals across payments channels. Prior to Nacha, Jordan worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in FedACH and in Credit and Risk Management.