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Balance Risks of ACH Origination and Reap Maximum Rewards
Thursday, February 18, 2016 6:25 AM

Balance Risks of ACH Origination and Reap Maximum Rewards

Rayleen Pirnie Examines ACH Origination and Cybersecurity for Board Members at 2016 Annual Meeting

Whether your credit union already offers ACH origination or is considering expanding the service or even just exploring the idea, Rayleen Pirnie, from RP Payments Risk Consulting Services, will give you valuable insight and resources to manage common risks at the Cornerstone Credit Union League's 2016 Annual Meeting.

Join your colleagues in Oklahoma City April 5-7, and let Pirnie show you how a credit union's board of directors must balance the risks of ACH origination while enabling the institution to reap maximum rewards.

More information and registration.

In this session, you'll explore:

  • The risks and rewards of ACH, including same-day ACH origination
  • The pivotal role the board of directors play in ACH risk management
  • How to measure and analyze your credit union’s program
  • Valuable resources

Rayleen Pirnie, RP Payments Risk Consulting Services, LLC, areas of expertise include regulatory compliance, payment system risk management, cybercrimes, and information security. She is a recognized payments-risk and fraud expert who works with financial institutions and businesses across the nation to help them understand today’s threats and develop appropriate risk-mitigation strategies. She also speaks to consumer groups revealing real-world methods to reduce the chances of devastating frauds, and law enforcement on payment system processing and evidence collection in electronic payment channels.

Pirnie graduated with honors from The University of Phoenix earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. She earned her Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) designation in 2013.

What a Board Needs to Understand about Cybercrimes and Their Responsibilities
Pirnie will also lead a session on what your board needs to understand about cybercrime and cybersecurity. This session separates fact from hype. Board members play a pivotal role in the safety and soundness of your credit union. If you're a board member, do you know the questions to ask and what information should be presented regularly for your analysis? Attendees leave this session with actionable items, valuable resources, and key questions to ask to help measure your cybersecurity success.

This session explores:

  • Cybercrime facts and the biggest threats to credit unions
  • 12 questions every board member should know the answer to
  • What should regularly be presented to the board regarding cybersecurity
  • Your best resources to combat cybercrimes

We look forward to seeing you at the Cornerstone 2016 Annual Meeting—a conference unlike any other—April 5-7 in Oklahoma City. For conference information, contact Tamra Fairbrother at 800-442-5762, ext. 6632, or