The first quarter 2015 issue of Banking Perspective focuses on foreign banking organizations (FBO) in the United States. A globalized financial system supports global commerce, but regulation is ultimately implemented on a national basis. Increased globalization of commerce continues to be the trend, but the post-crisis financial regulatory architecture may be moving in the opposite direction.
The reliability of Clearing House systems and responsiveness to our customers’ needs generate high levels of satisfaction.
America’s leading financial institutions develop a new solution to address safety and soundness of digital payments.
The best of two payments systems: CHIPS combines the liquidity efficiency of a netting system and the intraday finality of a RTGS.
The Clearing House and SWIFT’s Payment Market Practices group updates the international community on DFA 1073 Remittance Transfer Rule.
TCH and its Owner Banks announce a multi-year effort to build a real-time payments system enabling consumers and businesses to send and receive immediate payments directly from their financial accounts. This ubiquitous real-time system will address unmet customer needs and allow them to initiate payments directly from their bank accounts in a safe and secure manner.
The National Check Professional™ (NCP) designation recognizes professionals who are proficient in check payment knowledge.
Review NACHA’s latest ACH Operations Bulletin regarding ACH transactions involving Third-Party Senders and other payment intermediaries. See the details
Taking a look at the role of the Federal Reserve today, and its capacity to handle future crises.
The Clearing House offers a comprehensive curriculum on payments, as well as many supporting publications. See what's available