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Payments: Systems & Processes

Virtual Seminar

Tuesdays, starting November 5th and ending November 19th
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time

$500 | $600
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Corporate sales may be up, but how is cash flow? Are payments being received and processed according to rules and regulations? Is your company aware of available payment options? This course provides an understanding of payment systems and processes from the corporate treasury management perspective.  
 
ACH, wire, card and alternative payment processes are covered from origination to settlement for business-to-business and business-to-consumer applications. The terms and associated rules and regulations for the most popular payments options are covered.  
 
This course provides high-level value for all attendees wanting to learn more about the payments’ environment as well as options available for processing payments.   

Learning Objectives


  • Recognize the most popular types of non-paper-based payment instruments, formats, and requirements

  • Identify how payment types are originated and settled

  • Consider the speed, finality, remittance data, transaction costs, limitations, and risk when selecting payment types


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Speaker

Sandy Runyon, AAP, CCM
Corporate Treasury Consultant

Sandy Runyon has been active in the payments industry for over 25 years.  She holds the Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) certification since 1996, and is a Certified Cash Manager (CCM).  Sandy is an independent payment consultant who previously was responsible for supporting AT&T’s corporate-wide electronic payments and associated EDI activity. 

As an active member of EPCOR® - Electronic Payment Core of Knowledge, Sandy is a member of EPCOR’s Cash Management Committee.  She previously served on NACHA-The Electronics Payments Association ® Affiliate Forum Steering Committee and the AAP Blue Ribbon Panel.  Sandy is a payments expert who has spoken at regional and national conferences for NACHA, the Direct Response Forum, the St. Louis Treasury Management Association, EPCOR, and AFP.