Dale Metoff Earns Prestigious AAP Accreditation

By  //  May 29, 2014

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METOFF IS A MERRITT ISLAND RESIDENT

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Dale Metoff, Assistant Vice President of Operations for Florida Bank of Commerce, recently became an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP), one of the most highly-regarded designations in the electronic payments industry.

As defined by The Electronic Payments Association (NACHA), an AAP is an individual who has a comprehensive knowledge of all areas of ACH, a deep understanding of and experience in one or more specific ACH subjects, and a broad knowledge of concepts that relate to the payments system as a whole. There are only approximately 4,000 AAPs throughout the U.S., with just 377 becoming accredited in 2013.

FLORIDA-BANK-OF-COMMERCE-250“Electronic payments are now such an integral part of daily banking operations, so we were thrilled when Dale decided to pursue accreditation,” said Dana Kilborne, President and CEO of Florida Bank of Commerce.

“Not only does this designation place Dale among an elite group of banking professionals, but she is able to bring her expertise to our bank’s customers on a daily basis, and that’s something we are very proud of.”

NACHA-200In her role at Florida Bank of Commerce, Metoff manages the daily functions of the bank’s Deposit Operations Department, which includes ACH processing, wire transfers, EFT services, Internet banking and accounts payable.

Metoff has worked in the banking industry for more than 30 years,

In order to receive the ACH Accreditation, Metoff had to pass a three-hour, comprehensive AAP Exam to demonstrate knowledge of subject matter including the NACHA Operating Rules, the ACH Network and other payments systems, technical and operational ACH requirements, risk management, and payments-related regulations across channels.

Metoff has worked for Florida Bank of Commerce for more than four years and its predecessor bank since its inception. She resides in Merritt Island.

For more information about Florida Bank of Commerce, visit FBCbank.com.


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