Corporate Trade Exchange (CTX)

A corporate trade exchange (CTX) is a system used by corporations and agencies of the government for monetary transfer. They are primarily used to pay trading partners using the automated clearing house (ACH) system.

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  • CBR (Cross Border Payments)

    A standard entry class code used for the transmission of corporate cross border ACH credit and ACH debit entries. The CBR format accommodates the exchange of information...

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  • NPR (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking)

    A Notice of Proposed Rulemaking is a notice that is publicly issued when any independent agency decides to change, remove or add a rule.

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