External Processing Codes (EPC) For Remotely Created Checks (RCC)
Posted by Ambria Frazier
ECCHO Inc., the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Accredited Standards Committee X9 Inc. will sponsor a dial-in presentation titled “External Processing Codes (EPC) for Remotely Created Checks (RCC)”. The presentation will cover details about a new EPC defined in X9’s standard X9.100-160-2013 Part 2. The EPC is used to identify Remotely Created Checks (RCC). The presentation will provide information on how financial institutions can use the new EPC to track RCCs and how it can aid in fraud detection. The presentation will be given once in September and again in October both by conference call. There will be an opportunity to ask questions on both dates. Attending the presentation will qualify for National Check Professional (NCP) credits from ECCHO (see their website for more details, http://www.eccho.org).
No registration is required but the number of dial-in lines are limited so please call a few minutes early. Click here to download a copy of the presentation. Presentation details:
First Presentation Date: September 3, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, duration: 1 hour
Second Presentation Date: October 1, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, duration: 1 hour
The same dial-in number will be used on both dates.
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada): 866-290-9319
International dial-in number: 816-650-9042
Conference code: 2632699
Mark Kielman – Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Steve Stevens – Executive Director of ASC X9 Inc.
Phyllis Meyerson – Executive Vice President, ECCHO Inc.