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Vol. 18, No.2,
Second Quarter 2005

FEATURES

 Remittances
 to Mexico
 Move Faster

 Fed Exits
 Noncash Business

 Atlanta Fed
 President Discusses
 Business Ethics

 Fed Unveils
 Real-Time ACH
 Monitoring

 Fed Revamps
 Financial Ed
 Web Site

 Atlanta Fed
 Publishes 2004
 Annual Report

 New Nickels
 Celebrate
 “Westward Journey”

 What Makes
 Community Banks
 Unique?

 Atlanta Fed
 Hosts Credit
 Conference

 New Members
 Join Bank's SBAL
 Advisory Council

 HMDA Data
 Will Include
 More Information

DEPARTMENTS

 Data Bank

 Circular Letters

 STAFF

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FedACH Service Speeds U.S.-to-Mexico Remittances
Beginning in July, funds availability on automated clearinghouse payments from the United States to Mexico through the FedACH InternationalSM Mexico Service will drop from two days to one day.
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Fed Exits Noncash Business
Beginning Sept. 30, the Federal Reserve Banks will no longer accept deposits of municipal bonds and coupons and will completely withdraw from the noncash collection service by Dec. 30.
FULL STORY


Atlanta Fed President Discusses Costs of Unethical Behavior
Jack Guynn recently spoke about unethical business behavior and its economic costs, including weakened trust in the marketplace and a heavier compliance burden carried by rule-abiding businesses.
FULL STORY


New Fed Product Monitors ACH Transactions in Real Time
Federal Reserve Banks recently introduced a new risk management service that allows financial institutions to monitor automated clearinghouse transactions originated by their corporate customers.
FULL STORY


Fed Economic and Financial Ed Web Site Gets Makeover
In April the Fed announced a major redesign of its financial education Web site as a way to increase use of Federal Reserve educational materials and promote economic and financial education in the classroom.
FULL STORY