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7/20/20172:00 PM
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Best Practices for Third-Party Payment Processors: Establishing a Culture of Compliance
Third-Party Payment Processors (TPPPs) and their banks have been under a great deal of scrutiny over the past few years. Although TPPPs do not have a direct regulator, they are still in the crosshairs of federal and state regulators, particularly related to Consumer Protection matters. This course will discuss best practices that TPPPs can implement to demonstrate to their banks and to regulators that their companies operate in a culture of compliance, with well documented risk-based compliance management systems. Join the TPPPA and the sponsor of this webinar, Commercial Bank of California (CBCal), as we discuss how TPPPs can withstand the scrutiny and support the compliance requirements of their bank through the implementation of best practices. This is course will kick off a 7 part series that will delve into the TPPPA Best Practices for TPPPA Members only.
General Public
7/25/20172:00 PM
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Introduction to the TPPPA
The TPPPA will be conducting an Introduction to the TPPPA in webinar format on Tuesday, July 25th @ 2:00 p.m. ET. Please join us to learn about: TPPPA's membership, mission and purpose; our industry best practices in third-party payment processing, known as the TPPPA Compliance Management System (CMS); our CMS Certification Program for banks and third-party payment processors, as well as initiatives planned for 2017.
General Public
7/27/20172:00 PM
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Laru Tech's Automated Solutions for Third-Party Payment Processors' Compliance Reporting Challenges
LaruTech will describe how to automate many of the tasks related to managing complex TPPP relationships. Whether you are a TPPP or a financial institution, the alerts and reports enable a thorough understanding of each originator and assists in managing their activities. Topics will include: Tracking TPPP and sub-originator activity; Originator configuration and segmentation; Historical understanding of transaction limits; Analysis and management of return items; and NACHA Rules compliance.
General Public
8/10/20172:00 PM
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Risk Assessment: The Key to a Risk-Based Compliance Management Systems
In this session we will discuss how to approach an enterprise risk assessment, how to keep it up-to-date, and how it serves as the key tool in your compliance and risk management efforts. A documented risk assessment demonstrates that the TPPP has thoroughly considered its risk and serves as the cornerstone to its risk-based compliance management system, informing policies, procedures, training, agreements, reporting and more.
General Public
10/12/20172:00 PM
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Compliance Officer Duties in a TPPP Organization
In this session we will discuss FinCEN’s advisory related to Promoting a Culture of Compliance in 2014, and how three of the five pillars relate directly to the importance of the Compliance function. The TPPPA CMS utilizes these principles and more in its control framework related to compliance officer duties and the requirement for TPPPs to employ a compliance officer.
General Public

TPPPA Member's Only Upcoming Training

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8/03/20172:00 PM
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Preparing for Same Day ACH Day Debits
Same Day ACH Debits is around the corner. This represents great opportunities for ACH origination, but also has some implications that require Originators, Third-Party Senders and ODFI's to carefully scrutinize their existing practices to ensure that they are properly distinguishing same day debits from those that are not intended to settle same day. Join us as we discuss the opportunities and the considerations for Same Day ACH Debits. TPPPA Members are free to share this webinar with their customers. This session qualifies for 1.2 AAP Credits.

Third-Party Payment Processors (TPPPs) and their banks have been under a great deal of scrutiny over the past several years. Although TPPPs do not have a direct regulator, they are still in the crosshairs of federal and state regulators and law enforcement, particularly related to Consumer Protection matters. The following courses will discuss best practices that TPPPs can implement to demonstrate to regulators, law enforcement and their banks that the TPPP operates within a culture of compliance, with well documented risk-based compliance management systems. The TPPPA has created this seven-part series for its members to implement the TPPPA’s Compliance Management System (CMS) for Payment Processors (our industry best practices,) and will make three sessions available to the public. All sessions qualify for 1.2 AAP Continuing Education Credits thanks to our series sponsor Commercial Bank of California.
TPPPA Members Only
7/20/20172:00 PM
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Best Practices for TPPPs: Establishing a Culture of Compliance
In this session we will talk about the structures, disciplines and controls that a payment processor should have in place to demonstrate a culture of compliance and the required components of a risk-based compliance management system. We will also cover the 14 Key Controls for payment processors in the TPPPA CMS.
TPPPA Members Only
8/10/20172:00 PM
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Risk Assessment: The Key to a Risk-Based Compliance Management Systems
In this session we will discuss how to approach an enterprise risk assessment, how to keep it up-to-date, and how it serves as the key tool in your compliance and risk management efforts. A documented risk assessment demonstrates that the TPPP has thoroughly considered its risk and serves as the cornerstone to its risk-based compliance management system, informing policies, procedures, training, agreements, reporting and more.
TPPPA Members Only
8/17/20172:00 PM
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TPPP Policies, Procedures and Internal Controls Testing
In this session we will discuss the purpose and the differences between policies and procedures as well as practices to ensure these critical documents remain current and effective. We will also discuss the importance of identifying and testing internal controls, (beyond policies and procedures,) and why this activity is critical to the effective management of compliance and risk.
TPPPA Members Only
8/24/20172:00 PM
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Merchant Enhanced Due Diligence and Periodic Review
In this session we will discuss the risk-based approach to merchant due diligence and annual review as part of the requirements of the TPPPA CMS for Processors. We will also discuss some of the higher-risk industries that continue to be targeted by regulators at both a state and federal level, and enhanced due diligence practices to support processing payments for higher-risk industries and considerations for the upcoming Beneficial Ownership Rule.
TPPPA Members Only
9/28/20172:00 PM
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Merchant Monitoring and Reporting Suspicious Activity
In this session we will discuss the risk-based approach to merchant monitoring, as well as reporting suspicious activity to the TPPPs board and its banks, as part of the requirements of the TPPPA CMS for Processors. We will also discuss some of the higher-risk industries that continue to be targeted by regulators at both a state and federal level, and enhanced monitoring practices and merchant watch lists that will support processing payments for higher-risk industries and keep processors and their banks out of regulatory hot water.
TPPPA Members Only
10/05/20172:00 PM
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TPPP Board Oversight and Reporting
In this session we will outline the TPPPA CMS Requirements for Board oversight including: Annual Review and Approval of the TPPP’s Risk Assessment and Policies, Quarterly Board Reporting Requirements, Board Training, the importance of meeting minutes, and more.
TPPPA Members Only
10/12/20172:00 PM
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Compliance Officer Duties in a TPPP Organization
In this session we will discuss FinCEN’s advisory related to Promoting a Culture of Compliance in 2014, and how three of the five pillars relate directly to the importance of the Compliance function. The TPPPA CMS utilizes these principles and more in its control framework related to compliance officer duties and the requirement for TPPPs to employ a compliance officer.
TPPPA Members Only

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