NEW YORK, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The Clearing House Payments Company announced today that its SVPCO-Check Services business unit is now providing check collection and settlement services to financial institutions that were previously served by the Upstate New York Clearing House Association (UNYCHA).
What does NYCHA stand for?
NYCHA stands for New York Clearing House Association
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- New York City Gay Men's Chorus (New York, NY)
- New York City Grassroots Media Conference
- New York Clearing House (bank consortium; New York, NY)
- New York Community Hospital (Brooklyn, NY)
- New York Council for the Humanities (New York, NY)
- New York Cross Harbor Railroad
- North Yarra Community Health (Australia)
- North York Community House (Canada)
- National Youth Cutting Horse Association (est. 1993)
- New York City Housing Authority
- New York City Housing and Neighborhood Information System
- New York City Housing Authority Police Department
- New York City Housing Development Corporation
- New York Council for History Education
- New York City Home Educators Alliance
- New York City Horror Film Festival
- New York City Homebrewers Guild
- New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
- New York Collegiate Hockey League
- New York City Housing Partnership
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The New York Clearing House Association, which manages the Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS), the payment network which handles over 90% of global transactions, organized the tests, which replicate the first four days of January 2000.
Created in 1995 by a consortium of prominent banks, all members of the New York Clearing House Association, NYCIC was founded to support the growth of well-managed small companies with the potential to yield outstanding returns.
She became President of the New York Clearing House Association in July of 1993.
New York Clearing House Association, CHIPS: Settlement Finality Improvements, Rules and Documents (July 1995).
The guidelines were developed by The New York Clearing House Association, L.
0- 2/17/93 /CONTACT: Stephen Lewis of NACHA, 703-742-9190/ CO: National Automated Clearing House Association; New York Clearing House Association ST: Virginia, West Virginia, New York, California IN: FIN SU: GK-LR -- NY042 -- 7277 02/17/93 11:24 EST
She was previously Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of Chemical Bank and General Counsel of the New York Clearing House Association.