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Real-Time Payments can benefit your company’s bottom line.



The Business Impact of Real-Time Payments (RTP)

Real-Time Payments (RTP) is a new payment method launched by The Clearing House (TCH) that allows consumers and businesses to send and receive immediate payments between participating banks, 24/7/365 days a year, including weekends and holidays, directly from their bank accounts.

Besides the immediate funds availability benefit, RTP provides four beneficial features for both consumers and businesses:

  • Transparency. The ability for immediate confirmation of Payment
  • Cash Management. The ability to improve liquidity with immediate deposits
  • Messaging. The ability for consumers, businesses and Financial Institutions to send messages to each other
  • Irrevocable. Once payment is sent out, it is final and cannot not be returned

Watch the Video

Hear how Real-Time Payments can be important to your business.


Duration: 02:13 mins

Download the Video Transcript (PDF)

Prepare Your Business for Real-Time Payments

Read our article, Ramping Up Preparations for Real-Time Payments for a more in-depth look at Real-Time Payments and how to prepare your business for them.

Ready to Get Started?

Your business can now send and receive Real-Time Payments 24/7/365 through Treasury CenterSM and BizPay, helping to improve your liquidity and cash management.

Read more about the Real-Time Payment services (PDF) we offer. 

You can also contact your relationship manager, call 1-800-724-2240 or visit your local branch to learn how.










Real-Time Payment Frequently Asked Questions