Regulation J Policy - $175.00

Table of Contents

Purpose and Contents - Topic 1 Policy Statement - Topic 2
Definitions - Topic 3
Audit Policy - Topic 4
Staff Training - Topic 5
Retention of Documentation - Topic 6

Subpart A – Collection of Checks and Other Items by Federal Reserve Banks
General Provisions - Topic 1
Sending Items to Reserve Banks - Topic 2
Sender's Agreement – Recovery by Reserve Bank - Topic 3
Status, Warranties, and Liability of Reserve Bank - Topic 4
Presenting Items for Payment - Topic 5
Presenting Noncash Items for Acceptance - Topic 6
Settlement and Payment - Topic 7
Time Schedule and Availability of Credits - Topic 8
Availability of Proceeds of Noncash Items – Time Schedule - Topic 9
Return of Cash Items and Handling of Returned Checks - Topic 10
Unpaid Items - Topic 11
Extension of Time Limits - Topic 12
Direct Presentment of Certain Warrants - Topic 13

Subpart B – Funds Transfers Through Fedwire
General Provisions - Topic 1
Reliance on Identifying Number - Topic 2
Agreement of Sender - Topic 3
Agreement of Receiving Bank - Topic 4
Payment Orders - Topic 5
Payment by a Federal Reserve Bank - Topic 6
Federal Reserve Bank Liability and Payment of Interest - Topic 7
Article 4A – Funds Transfers Reference - Topic 8

The purpose of this policy is to address how a financial institution adheres to Regulation J - “Collection of Checks and Other Items by Federal Reserve Banks and Funds Transfer through Fedwire."  This policy template (approximately 37 pages) is available to purchase from BankPolicies.com in Microsoft® Word format for $175.00.

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