CHA

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AcronymDefinition
CHACentrally Heated Air (classified ad listings)
CHACharisma
CHACalifornia Hospital Association (Sacramento, CA)
CHACanadian Healthcare Association
CHACatholic Health Association of the United States
CHACultural Heritage Administration (South Korea)
CHACanadian Historical Association
CHAChicago Housing Authority
CHAChildren's Healthcare of Atlanta
CHACraft and Hobby Association (Elmwood Park, New Jersey)
CHACustom House Agent (India)
CHAChattanooga Housing Authority (TN, USA)
CHACounty Health Assessment (various locations)
CHACoordination of Humanitarian Assistance
CHACollege Hockey America
CHAChunta Aragonesista (Aragonesist Union - Nationalist Party of Aragon)
CHACertified Horsemanship Association
CHAClearing House Association
CHACommunity Health Aide
CHACaribbean Hotel Association
CHAChat File
CHAChannel a
CHACommunity Health Advocates (New York)
CHACollege Hockey Association (various schools)
CHAConsortium of Humanitarian Agencies
CHAComprehensive Health Association (various locations)
CHACambridge Housing Authority (Cambridge, MA)
CHACessation of Hostilities Agreement (Uganda)
CHACertified Hotel Administrator (AH&LA Educational Institute)
CHAClass Hierarchy Analysis
CHACanadian Hockey Association
CHACouncil on Hemispheric Affairs
CHACalifornia Health Advocates
CHAChild Health Advocates (Colorado)
CHACatholic Health Australia
CHAShip Characteristics (TMINS)
CHAClough, Harbour & Associates LLP
CHACalifornia Healthcare Association
CHACommunity Housing Aotearoa (New Zealand)
CHACenter for Humanities and the Arts (various schools)
CHACenter for Healthy Aging (California)
CHAChildren's Hunger Alliance
CHACapital Health Authority (Canada)
CHACouncil for Hakka Affairs (est. 2001; Taiwan)
CHACountry Housing Authority (Australia)
CHAContinental Hockey Association
CHACheyenne Housing Authority (est. 1971; Cheyenne, WY)
CHACanadian Hydrogen Association (now Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association)
CHACoordination Handicap et Autonomie (French: Disability Coordination and Autonomy)
CHACortez Hill Academy (San Diego, CA)
CHACoalition for Hemp Awareness
CHAColorado Health & Hospital Association
CHAChattanooga, TN, USA - Cha Lovell Field (Airport Code)
CHAChapter Alpha (unreal fan fiction community)
CHACommander Heavy Artillery
CHACardiovascular Hospitals of America (Wichita, KS)
CHACountry Haven Academy
CHACorporate Hospitality Association
CHACenter for Humanist Activism
CHAComplementary Healing Association (UK)
CHAConcept Hazard Analysis
CHACompact Hollow-shaft Actuator
CHACivil Hospital Ahmedabad
CHAConical-Horn Antenna
CHACotswold Heritage Academy (UK)
CHAConnecticut Hospital and Affiliates
CHACall Handling Agent
CHACowboy Heritage Association (Fort Worth, Texas)
CHAChicago American League (baseball)
CHAChamber of Hispanic Affairs
CHACongenital Heart Anomaly
CHAChristian Homeschoolers Association
CHAChicago Helicopter Airways, Inc.
CHAChickasaw Horse Association
CHACorporate Holdings of America
CHACitywide Habitat Assessment (Seattle, WA)
CHAChaudhuri, Hu, and Afshar Algorithm (also seen as C-H-A)
CHACertified Hospice Administrator
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In their letter, the Clearing House Association and the Institute of International Bankers challenged Tarullo's claims that smaller banks could fill the gap, citing a study conducted for them by McKinsey.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, or OCC, and the Clearing House Association LLC, a banking trade group, brought suit in federal court to enjoin Spitzer's requests, based on the National Bank Act and regulations promulgated by the OCC in 2004 prohibiting enforcement efforts against national banks by the states.
Financial institutions, which process 60 billion paper checks a year, will save 80 cents for each electronic transfer that eliminates a paper check, according to the National Automated Clearing House Association.
The exchange and settlement of electronic payments in the United States are governed by a central body of rules - the National Automated Clearing House Association operating rules - with which the approximately 20,000 financial institutions in the network must comply, regardless of size.
He deftly moves through the issues in American banking history, including the battle over the Second Bank of the United States, the appearance of a Safety Fund and the Clearing House Association in the New York, Civil War financing, the reform era of American banking, and the banking investigations of the Great Depression.
55) By contrast, the Florida industry presented at least two competing draft marketing agreements, one supported by the Florida Citrus Exchange and similar to that proposed by the California Fruit Growers Exchange, and one backed by the Florida Citrus Growers Clearing House Association, which represented many of the independent growers and shippers in Florida.
Jack McGuire, TAXLINK project manager for the Financial Management Service (FMS) of the Treasury Department also attended, as did a representative of the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA).
All ACH files generated by ezAch comply with standards of the National Automated Clearing House Association and are compatible with all banks conforming NACHA standards for electronic fund transfers.
Chase said it is working to proactively identify potential misuse of the automated clearing house system including misuse on the part of payday lenders or other companies and report such practices to the National Automated Clearing House Association.
Tobias has been a certified cash manager by the Association of Financial Professionals since 1989 and a National Automated Clearing House Association accredited ACH professional since 2001, according to MBC.
Solutran, the Twin Cities company that processes check transactions for Kroger and others, is about to test a card-based system that will allow retailers to process consumers' debit payments through the National Automated Clearing House Association.
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