The Business Banking Blues: Non-Consumer Exception Handling


The Business Banking Blues: Non-Consumer Exception Handling

Jun 6, 2024 | 11:00 am ET • 10:00 am CT | Webinar

Delve into the often-neglected realm of business banking, specifically non-consumer exception handling for ACH, check, and wire transactions. Discover the sources of relevant rules and guidance, understand your liability, and explore strategies for safeguarding your organization.

Learning Objectives:  

  • Examine the non-consumer exception handling of ACH, check, and wire transactions. 
  • Learn how to protect your organization against mishandling of non-consumer ACH, check, and wire transactions.  
  • Understand the liability your organization has when handling non-consumer exceptions of ACH, check, and wire transactions.  

Duration: 90-minutes  




ICBA Members

Live: $209

On-Demand: $229

Live + On-Demand: $249


Live: $309

On-Demand: $329

Live + On-Demand: $449

Unlimited Webinar Pass subscription: $0

Attendance/Cancellation Policy:

  • Registration fee is valid only for the individual registered. Each attendee must register.
  • Full payment is required prior to real-time event attendance. Digital products will be made available when full payment is received.
  • Digital product purchases cannot be cancelled once the order has been processed and the product is available to use.
  • Refunds will not be granted unless there is a technical issue that cannot be resolved that prevents the purchaser from accessing and/or using the product. Refund requests for technical issues must be received within 15 days of the date of purchase.

For more information, call 800-422-7285.

Who should attend: Operations, ACH Manager, ACH Specialist, Frontline Staff, Fraud Specialist, Audit and Compliance Staff

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: Basic knowledge of banking.

Program Level: Intermediate

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based.

CPE Credit Hours: 1.5

Michele L. Barlow
Michele L. Barlow



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