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Help Lead the Way
Gain expertise and guidance on NACHA operating rules by joining your Regional Payments Association (RPA). As Direct Members of NACHA, Regional Payments Associations shape the ACH Network and the NACHA Operating Rules. By joining your local Regional Payments Association, your organization will not only benefit from information, resources and ongoing support, but can contribute to the development and future of the ACH Network.
A Network of Eleven Regional Payments Associations
Located throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and Guam, the Regional Payments Associations are specially recognized and licensed providers of ACH education, publications and support. While each Regional Payments Association is a separate organization, their shared mission is to educate ACH Network users and provide information and resources to their members. Representing the diverse breadth of U.S. financial institutions to NACHA, the Regional Payments Associations are key contributors to the NACHA Rulemaking Process, professional accreditation programs, and ACH advocacy and education. NACHA strongly encourages all financial institutions to seek and maintain membership in a Regional Payments Association.ePayResourcesWomen's Winter Sole House High 2 Boots Shoes Slipper Soft Fleece Top
MACHA - The Mid-Atlantic Payments AssociationWinter Shoes Soft Sole House Top Women's Fleece Boots High Slipper 2
NEACH - New England ACH Association
Southern Financial Exchange
The Clearing House Payments Authority
UMACHA - Upper Midwest ACH Association
WACHA - The Premier Payments Resource
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What Organizations are Eligible to Join?
Regional Payments Associations welcome financial institutions, credit unions, corporations, e-commerce companies and payments technology providers as members.
Regional Payments Associations are directly engaged in NACHA rulemaking, ACH accreditation, the Payments Innovation Alliance, committees and initiatives. Membership in an RPA provides the following benefits:
- The ability to contribute to the development and future of the ACH Network
- Guidance and operational support on the NACHA Operating Rules
- Ongoing education and training opportunities
- Audit services, marketing tools and guidance, publication sales and more
- The opportunity to act as advocates of the ACH Network to local and state government
- Member pricing, discounts, and special program opportunities
Find My Regional Payments Association
To locate your Regional Payments Association, please visit http://regionalpaymentsassociations.org/territories/