November 2016, Southington, Conn. – Betsy Didan, First Vice President of Cash Management and Payment Services at COCC, has been elected chairman of the board of directors of NEACH Payments Group.
NEACH Payments Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of NEACH, the New England Automated Clearing House Association. The goal of NEACH Payments Group is to help financial institutions, corporations and vendors solve operational and regulatory challenges, manage risk and drive financial or business improvement through a suite of audit, risk management and consulting services.
“We look for outstanding individuals to strengthen our board’s depth of knowledge and we are very happy to have identified a fantastic person in Betsy Didan,” said Linda O’Hara, NEACH Payments Group CEO. “With Betsy’s expertise and industry knowledge along with her proven commitment to the industry, I’m confident that as Chairman, she will help lead NEACH Payments Group in many successful endeavors.”
Ms. Didan shares “I am honored to assume the role of Chairman of NEACH Payment Group and I embrace the opportunity to lead our Board to great success.”
About NEACH Payments Group
NEACH Payments Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of NEACH, the New England Automated Clearing House Association. NEACH was created in 1973 to foster the development and growth of electronic payments. Since that time, NEACH has expanded its traditional role of providing education, advocacy and other member services to include risk management and compliance services to individual financial institutions.
COCC is an award-winning client-owned financial technology company servicing financial institutions throughout the Northeastern United States. Launched in 1967, COCC was founded by its clients. This unique cooperative structure has set COCC apart from the competition and is one of the driving forces behind their success. COCC is the fastest growing financial data processing company in the United States and recognized as a leader in delivering innovation and the quality service financial institutions demand and deserve.