Same Day ACH: Debit’s Debut 2017 – Same Day ACH Credits Were Introduced Last Year and This Year, Same Day ACH Debits Take Center Stage – Research and Markets

14-Nov-2017 Intellasia | BusinessWire | 9:23 PM Print This Post

Day ACH: Debit’s Debut”
report has been added to Research
and Markets’

With both same-day ACH credits and, since September 15, 2917, same-day
ACH debits available in the marketplace, this faster form of ACH is
finding applicable use cases in both business and consumer applications
according to a new research report.

The National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), the governing
body for ACH, has from time to time rolled out new features to broaden
ACH’s appeal across channels, most recently faster, same-day transaction
processing services. The author’s latest research report, Same-Day ACH
Debit’s Debut, examines the impact that Same Day ACH (SDA) is having on
the payments market.

Highlights of the report include:

  • A review the initial results of the launch of same-day credits, rolled
    out last year
  • Discussion of the most common use cases that have emerged from the
    introduction of SDA credits
  • Prediction of the likely uses of ACH debits, made available on
    September 15, 2017
  • Analysis of the impact SDA may have on other legacy payment methods,
    including wire transfers
  • Consideration of the fraud concerns inherent with SDA
  • Conclusions regarding SDA’s impact on real-time payment initiatives.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

3. Activity Affected

4. SDA Credits Receive a Standing Ovation

5. How Will SDA Debits Perform?

  • Minding the Effective Date
  • Impact to FIs’ Wire Business
  • Pricing

6. Fraud: An Ever-Present Concern

7. Conclusions: The Next Act for Same Day ACH

  • Endnotes

For more information about this report visit


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